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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Third Series 

VOLUME 2, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 1 

Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Third Series 

VOLUME 2, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 1 

Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



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PREFACE 



WITH the initiation in 1947 of the Third Series of 
the Catalog of Copyright Entries, an enlarged format 
and other changes designed to increase and extend 
the usefulness of the compilation were adopted. 
Additional features have been added in most parts 
of this second volume. Inquiries, suggestions and 
comments on all details of the Catalog are solicited 
and should be addressed to the Chief of the Cata' 
loging Division, Copyright Office, Library of Con' 
gress, Washington 25, D. C. 

Contents. — This part of the Catalog of Copyright 
Entries contains an alphabetical list of dramas, pub' 
lished and unpublished, and works prepared for oral 
delivery registered in the Copyright Office in Class 
C and Class D from January 1, 1948 through June 
30, 1948, and also selected dramas registered under 
the symbols A, AA and B5 during the same period. 
Radio, television, and film scripts comprise a sub- 
stantial portion of the registrations in Class C and 
will be found herein. Renewal registrations in 
these classes made in this period are listed in Part 
14A of the Catalog. 

Arrangement and Entry. — All entries are 
arranged in one alphabet, which includes cross 
references from titles, editors, translators, claimants, 
other contributing authors, and, in the case of dra' 
matic works based upon works by other authors, 
from the authors and titles of those original works. 
The main entry for each work is under author, 
except for radio programs and other works issued 
in a series. In such cases the main entry is under 
the title of the series, with cross references from 
authors and claimants. 

Copyright Data. — The portion of the entry 
giving facts of copyright registration begins with the 
copyright symbol © and consists of the name of the 
claimant, the date of pubHcation as given in the 
application (for published works) or the abbrevia- 
tion "Ic", followed by the date of receipt of one 
copy (for unpublished works), and the copyright 
registration number. 

Abbreviations. — Definitions are not given for 
abbreviations in common use and included in stand- 
ard reference works. The following abbreviations 
are used in the Catalog of Copyright Entries with the 



—one copy deposited; a.k. a. — 
a. — doing business as; t. a. — 



meanings shown: Ic- 
also known as; d. b. 
trading as. 

Deposit of Copies. — In the case of every copy- 
right entry listed in the Catalog, the deposit of 
copies (or copy) as required by Title 17, U. S. C, 
sees. 12 and 13 has been made. 

Authority. — The Catalog of Copyright Entries 
is published by authority of Title 17, U. S. C, sees. 
210 and 211. Section 210 provides that the Catalog 
'■'shall be admitted in any court as prima facie 
evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any 
copyright registration."" 

Organi2;ation of the Catalog. — This issue of 
the Catalog is part of Volume 2 of the Third Series. 
The parts are numbered according to the alphabet- 
ical sequence of classes as listed in Title 17, U. S. C, 
sec. 5. Letters are added to the part numbers to 
indicate subdivisions. 

The classes of material principally contained in 
each part are Hsted, together with their respective 
symbols, under the title of the part in the Table 
which follows. In each case, the first letter of the 
symbol is that of the class under which registration 
is made; the second, if any, is a designation added 
by the Copyright Office for purposes of statistical 
analysis of registrations. The symbols R and RR 
do not represent classes designated by the Copy- 
right Act, but have been adopted by the Copyright 
Office to distinguish renewal copyright registrations. 
Each part may also contain registrations made under 
other symbols if the subject matter or type of 
material of these registrations is similar to that 
generally included in the part. 

Publication and Subscription, — The annual 
subscription price for all parts of the complete yearly 
Catalog of Copyright Entries is $20, payable in ad- 
vance to the Superintendent of Documents, Govern- 
ment Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C 

Each part of the Catalog is published in two semi- 
annual numbers covering, respectively, the periods 
January- June and July-December. The prices given 
in the table are for each semiannual number. Orders 
for the complete Catalog or any of its parts should 
be addressed to the Superintendent of Documents. 



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COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED 

FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



January June 1948 



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Class C — Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery 791 

Class D — ^Published dramatic and dramaticcmusical works 407 

Unpublished dramatic and dramatico^musical works 2, 924 3, 331 

Total 4, 122 

Tne above figures show the registrations for dramas and works prepared for oral delivery for January- 
June 1948, but do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog. 



IV 



TABLE OF CATALOG ORGANIZATION 

Price per 



semiannual 
lisue 



Part 1 A Books , . $1. 50 

A Books and selected pamphlets. 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad. 

AI Books in the English language first published abroad. 

Part IB Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals L 50 

AA Pamphlets and serials, also books not included in Part lA. 
B5 Contributions to periodicals. 

Part 2 Periodicals 1. 00 

B Periodicals. 

Parts 3 feP 4 . . . . Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery L 00 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery. 
DP Published dramatic and dramatico'musical works. 
— DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico'musical works. 

Part 5A Published Music L 50 

EF Musical compositions published abroad. 

EP Musical compositions published in the United States. 

Part 5B Unpublished Music 1. 50 

EU Unpublished Music. 

Part 6 Maps 50 

F Maps. 

Parts 7-11 A. . . Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of Art, Scientific and Technical 

Drawings, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial Illustrations 1. 00 

GP Published works of art and designs for works of art. 

GU Unpublished works of art and designs for works of art. 

H Reproductions of works of art published in the United States. 

HF Reproductions of works of art published abroad. 

IP Published drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character. 

lU Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character. 

JP Published photographs. 

JU Unpublished photographs. 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations. 

Part llB Commercial Prints and Labels 1. 00 

KK Commercial prints and labels. 

Parts 12 &? 13 . . Motion Pictures 50 

L Motion picture photoplays. 

M Motion pictures other than photoplays. 

Part 14A Renewal Registrations — ^Literature, Art, Film 50 

R Renewal registrations. 

RR Renewal registrations — Commercial prints and labels. 

Part 14B Renewal Registrations — Music 1. 00 

R Renewal registrations. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE ABC's of friendly fountain service. 
C2354. SEE Handy (jam) Organization, inc. 

THE ABC's of friendly service — handling 
customers. C2355. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

THE riBC's of friendly service— making the 
sale. C2356. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

A-HUNTING we will go. DU14215. SEE 
Terrell, Dorothy. 

"A" is for apple. DU12615. SEE Sumner, 
George. 

ABBA, Marta. SEE Millildn, Marta Abba. 

ABBOTT, ADA G. 
Mother of men, a play in three acts. 
London,^S. French [1947]. 75 p. illus. 
(French's acting eaition, no. 65) © Samuel 
French, ltd.; 31Dec47; DP13504. 

ABBOTT, MELBA DELLA. 
Twinkles, a fantasy for children. 1st episode. 
By Melba Delia Abbott and Theta J. Logan. 
[Continuity] © Melba Delia Abbott; ic 
24May48; DU14882. 

ABELLA, LUIS RAFAEL. 
Commercial propaganda- Abella system. 
[Lecture. Spanish text] © Luis Rafael 
AbeUa; Ic 27Jan48; C2271. 

ABESON, MARION BERLAND. 
Ruey, the fussy little kangaroo. [Narration] 
© Marion Berland Abe son; Ic 21May48; 
C2616. 

ABIGAIL. DU13031. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

ABOUT face. DU13666. SEE Hymson, Shirley. 

ABRAHAM, Pal. 
Viktori a and her hussar. DP14041. SEE 
Graham, Harry. 

ABRAMSON, Thelma E. 
Johnny and Jiggs. DU12595. SEE Brail, 
Carlyn. 

ACCOMPANIMENT to murder. DU13240. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 178. 

AN ACCOUNT of the only unpublished photo- 
graph of Abraham Lincoln known to be in 
existence. C2274. SEE Davis, Lillian 
Bassett. 

THE ACE Employment Agency. SEE Rogoff, 
Elias M. The window cleaners. DU13227. 

ACE of trumps. DU14405. SEE Doctor's 
Orders, no. 1. 



ACKLAND, RODNEY. 

Dostoievsky's Crime and punishment, 
dramatised by Rodney Ackland. [In three 
acts] New York, H. Holt [1948]. Ill p. 
illus. © Henry Holt &i Co., inc.; lMar48; 
DP13566. 

ACKLEY, Alfred Henry. 
The Easter heritage. DP13568. SEE Yale, 

Elsie Duncan. 
Happy landing. DP12323. SEE Yale, Elsie 

Duncan. 
Ye are my witnesses. DP13567. SEE Yale, 

Elsie Duncan. 

ACKLEY, Benjamin DeForrest. 
The Bethlehem givers. DP12322. SEE 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

ACME White Lead and Color Works. 
It's a deal. C2338. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
The pay-off. C2339. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

ACQUAINTANCE interview with Ed Wolfe. 
C2660. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

ACQUAINTANCE interview with Sam AUen. 
C2659. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

AN ACQUIRED illumination. C2730. SEE 
Spencer, Theodore. 

THE ACTION of the body controlled by the 
respiration center. C2157. SEE Howe, 
Talbot. 

ADAM and Eve. DU12532. SEE Liebman, 
Dorothy Bachman. 

HA-ADAMAH ha-zot. DP15108. SEE Ashman, 
Aaron. 

ADAMS, Bin. SEE Wanted: A Place to Live 
(Radio program) 

ADAMS, FRANK RAMSAY. 
The lost love song, a musical comedy in 
two acts, mostly about Irish people. 
Book and lyrics by Frank R. Adams, music 
by Joseph E. Howard. [Text only] © Frank 
R. Adams; Ic 12Apr48'; DU13948. 

ADAMS, Wylie. 
The lawbreakers. DU15005. SEE Finger, Len. 

AN ADDRESS prepared for deUvery to the 
Advertising Club of Louisville, Ky. C2200. 
SEE McClaskey, Henry M. 

ADELMAN, ABRAM E. 
Unbowed; or, Ruth Kendall's way. A play in 
three acts. © Abram E. Adelman; Ic 
3May48; DU14417. 

ADELMAN, LOUIS CHARLES. 
The barrel organ, a play in three acts. 
© Louis /idelman; Ic lljun48; DU15174. 



ADLER, HERMAN. 

The barber of Seville; a new version of the 
opera, in two acts, based on the libretto of 
Sterbini. New concept and recitative by 
Herman Adler; lyrics and translation by 
Charles Polacheck. I Text only]^ © Herman 
iidler, Charles Polacheck; Ic 2Feb48; 
DU12681. 

THE ADMIRAL who had no name. DU13717. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 539. 

TlIE ADVENTURERS' CLUB (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Jack J. Sharp 
and Gretchen C. Sharp. © Adventurers' 
Club Foundation. 

Dec. 27, 1947. Robert Foran story. © Ic 

2Jan48; DU12165. 
Jan. 3, 1948. Rene Dusaq story. © Ic 

2Jan48; DU12164. 
Jan. 3, 1948. Junius Wood story. © Ic 

8Jan48; DU12302. 

ADVENTURERS' Club Foundation. SEE The 
Adventurers' Club (Radio program) 

THE ADVENTURES of Baggis McManarty. 
DU12593. SEE Crespi, David Emanuel. 

THE ADVENTURES of Binky Bear and Bunky 
Squirrel. DU14849. SEE Fortune, Charlotte 
Bernice. 

ADVENTURES of Capricorn. DU14440. SEE 
Reed, Robert Rentoul. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Ruth and Gil- 
bert Braun and William Welch. © Harven 
Barr Patten. 

59. Nov. 15, 1947. Ticket to nowhere. 
© Ic 15Jan48; DU13608. 

60. Nov. 22, 1947. Tad Horner's letter. 
© Ic 15Jan48; DU13609. 

61. Nov. 29, 1947. A question of ownership. 
© Ic 15Jan48: DU13610. 

62. Dec. 6, 1947. The long shot. © Ic 
15Jan48; DU13611. 

63. Dec. 13, 1947. The Harris heirlooms. 
© Ic 15Jan48; DU13612. 

64. Dec. 20, 1947. The Christmas Eve 
mystery. © Ic 15Jan48; DU13613. 

65. Dec. 27, 1947. The rainbow signal. 
© Ic 15Jan48; DU13614. 

66. Jan. 3, 1948. Playing to lose . © Ic 
15Jan48; DU13615. 

67. Jan. 10, 1948. The impossible crimes. 
© Ic 15Jan48; DU13616. 

68. Jan. 17, 1948. Delivered as ordered. 
© Ic 15Jan48; DU13617. 

69. Jan. 24, 1948. The right of way mystery. 
© Ic 29Mar48; DU13670. 

70. Jan. 31, 1948. The five-point code. 
© Ic 29Mar48; DU13671. 

71 Feb. 7, 1948. The ghost train. © Ic 
29Mar48j DU13672. 

72. Feb. 14, 1948. The mysterious valen- 
tine. © Ic 29Mar48; DU13673. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



T E ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL 
Cont'd. 

73. Feb. 21, 1948. The non-sink.ible boat. 
© ic 29M.Lr48; DU13674. 

74. Feb. 28. 1948. The secret agent. 
© Ic 29Mur48; DU13675. 

75. Mar. 0, 1948. The snowbound adventure. 
© Ic 29Mar48; DU13676. 

76. Mar. 13, 1948. The clue of the catcher's 
mitt. © Ic 29Mar48; DU13G77. 

77. Mar. 20, 1948. The unscheduled flight. 
© Ic 29Mar48, DU13678. 

78. Mar. 27. 1948. The April Fool mystery. 
© Ic 29Mar48; DU13679. 

79. Apr. 3, 19'i8. The daring rescue. 
© Ic 29Mar48; DU13680. 

80. Apr. 10, 1948. The sidewallvs of New 
York. © Ic 10Jun48; DU15399. 

81. Apr. 17, 1948. The Chinese moths. 
© Ic 10Jun48; DU 15400. 

82. Apr. 24, 1948. Marked for trouble. 
© Ic 10Jun48; DU15401. 

83. May 1, 1948. Timmy's big chance. 
© Ic 10Jun48; DU15402. 

84. May 8, 1948. The snipe hunt. © Ic 
24Jun48; DU 15403. 

85. May 15, 1948. The ballot box mystery. 
© Ic 10Jun48; DU15404. 

86. May 22, 1948. The mystery of the iron 
door. & Ic 10Jun48; DU15405. 

87. May 29, 1948. The missing mascot. 
© Ic 10Jun48; DU15406. 

88. June 5, 1948. The unreasonable aunt. 
© Ic 10Jun48; DU15407. 

89. June 12, 1948. Tap day. © Ic 24Jun48; 
DU15334. 

90. June 19, 1948. The thunderstorm mys- 
tery. © Ic 24Jun48; DU15335. 

91. June 26, 1948. The stolen masterpiece. 
© Ic 24Tun48; DU 15336. 

92. July 3, 1948. The unwelcome rescue. 
© Ic 24Jun48; DU15337. 

THE ADVENTURES of Horatio Alger. 
DU1209U. SEE Holt, Peggy. 

THE ADVENTURES of the Butts family^. SEE 
Green, Mary Luckett. The billy goat's 
bluff. C2020. 

THE ADVENTURES of Tom Sawyer. SEE 
Lichtenberg, Leo. The world's great 
stories: Episode from "The adventures of 
Tom Sawyer." DU13777. 

THE ADVENTURES of Tommy Cod. C2711. 

SEE Beale, WiU. 

ADVERSE possession. SEE Spencer, Albert 
E. Deeds. C2212. 

AESCHYLUS. 
The last Prometheus. DU15408. SEE 
Goldfein, Abraham Leonard. 

AFTER forty. DU15152. SEE Glann, James 
Frank. 

THE AGE of honor. DU13441. SEE Bate, 
Richard Alexander. 

AGG, Howard. 

The gentle shade. DP12775. SEE 
Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 

A snake on Sunday. DP12767. SEE 
Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 

Uncle Gabriel. DP13936. SEE Constan- 
duros, Mabel (filling) 

DI AGGHELI daggheUnghe. SEE Bimonte, 
Richard Irpinio. Storris enne pommese 
fram Mamma Gus. C2585. 

AGUAS negras. SEE Castro Fernandez, 
Hector Alfredo. Eaux noires. DU12296. 

AHl genius. DU13305. SEE David, Ben- 
jamin. 



AH, men! DU14271. SEE Salzman, Frances 
Klenett. 

AH, sweet mystery! DP13980. SEE Kirkpatrick, 
John. 

Ah, that does it! DU14241. SEE Benn, Gertrude 
Velida de. 

AH, youth! DU14099. SEE Uhrbrock, Edith 
Becton. 

AIBL, Joseph. SEE Wiener Operettenverlag. 

AIDA. DU14093. SEE Barrett, Katharine. 

AIKINS, CARROLL COLBY. 
Double "Exposure, a comedy in three acts. 
© CarroH Colbv Aikins; Ic 19Jan48; 
DU12446. 

AINSWORTH, William Paul. 
Your U. N. carries on. C2539. SEE Nye, 
Frank Wilson. 

ain't love grand. DU13623. SEE Blaney, 
Cecil Spooner. 

THE AIR Exchange. DU13701. SEE Lewis, 
Frances Victoria. 

AIR express. DP13088. SEE McMuUen, 
Joseph Carl. 

AIR mail. C2173. SEE Andrews, Marion. 

THE AIR-ventures of Johnny Stamp. DP13762. 
SEE Mayer, Natalie. 

AIRPLANE takeoff for North Pole. DU12549. 
SEE The Mystery Castle, no. 15. 

AIVAZ, STELLA DELORES. 
The katydid's wing, a drama in three acts, 
by Stella Delgado [pseud.] © Stella 
Delores Aivaz; Ic 15Mar48; DU13636. 

ALADDIN'S cave. DP12113. SEE Jennings, 
Gertrude E. 

ALADDIN'S lamp. DU 13379. SEE Lewis, 
Milton. 

ALBERICH, John, pseud. SEE Brunner, Hans. 

ALBERT, HARRY. 
Insurance. [Monologue] © Harry Albert; 
Ic 5Nov47; C2066. 

ALBERT, Katharine. SEE Eunson, Katharine 
Albert. 

ALBERT Herring. DP14043. SEE Crozier, 
Eric. 

ALBYN, GENEVIEVE NICETAS. 
Greenwich Village — where else? or, 
Jubilee Jibson. A modern fantasy adapted 
to the motion picture film play, by Huper 
Huse [pseud.] 78 leaves. © Genevieve 
Nicetas Albyn, Ic 20Jan48; DU12639. 

THE ALCHEMIST. SEE Vonharden, Lew. 
Money love luck free. DU14205. 

ALCOTT, Louisa May. 
Little women. SEE vVilder, Marion. A 
March Christmas Eve. DU12591. 

AL'D'RAMA, pseud. SEE Sibelius, Stanley. 

ALDRICH FAIvnLY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Clifford 
Goldsmith. © Clifford Goldsmith. 

435-436. Nov. 27, Dec. 4, 1947. © Ic each 

7Jan48; DU12289-12290. 
438. Dec. 18, 1947. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12456. 



441-451. Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12, 19, 

26, Mar. 4, 11, 18, 1948. © Ic each 5Apr48; 

DU13793-13803. 
452-459. Mar. 25, Apr. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6 

13, 1948. © Ic each 26May48; DU14907- 

14914. 
460-462. May 20, 27, June 3, 1948. © Ic 

each lljun48; DU15180- 15182. 

ALDRIDGE, JAMES WILLIAM. 
Time for a change, a play in three acts. 
© James William Aldridge; Ic 16Feb48; 
DU12951. 

ALEMANY, Bernardo. 
Could be. DU12528. SEE HaU, Dorothy. 

THE ALERTING of Mr. Pomerantz. DU15172. 
SEE Tiie Cavalcade of Auierica, no. 555. 

ALEXANDER, EVERETT HUMPHREY. 
High voltage, high interrupting capacity con- 
trollers with current-Umiting power fuses. 
AIEE conference paper, presented Jan., 
1948. © General Electric Co., Ic 10Feb48; 
C2218. 

ALEXANDER, MARJORIE MARIE. 
Have you got the Hme? [Continuity] 
© Mariorie Marie Alexander; Ic i6Jun48; 
DU15235. 

ALEXANDER, RONALD. "^Z 
A comedy, in two acts. © Ronald Alexander; 

Ic 26May48; DU15055. 
Population 31,000, a new play in three acts. 
© Ronald Alexander; Ic 25May48; DU15041. 

ALEXANDER, SIDNEY. 
Salem story, a play in seven scenes. 
© Sidney Alexander; Ic 6Apr48; on revision 
and expansion from radio play; DU13787. 
Prev. reg. "Where Jonathan came;" 
23Feb40; D68631. 

ALEXANDER awakened. DU12582. SEE 
Napier, LeRoy. 

ALEXANDER proposes. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty lioliday. DP13966. 

ALEXANDRA ha-Hashmonait. DP15107. 
SEE Ashman, .^aron. 

ALHAMBRAl DP13565. SEE Fernandez de 
Sevilla, Luis. 

ALICE in Wonderland. DU14629. SEE Let's 
Pretend, .ipr. 3, 1948. 

AUCE through the looking glass. DU14626. 
SEE Let's Pretend, Apr. 10, 1948. 

ALISON'S house. DU13456. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 43. 

ALL-American choice. C2672. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

ALL American sportarama. DU12559. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 

ALL chalk is blue. DU14514. SEE Greenfeld, 
Joshua Joseph. 

ALL God's children. DU12876. SEE Morrison, 
Alfred Coleman. 

ALL the tea in China. DP12779. SEE West- 
lake, WiUred. 

ALL the wealth of this world. DU14021. SEE 
Sartre, Jean Paul. 

ALL things are yours. DU13159. SEE Mc- 
Cormack, Herbert Peter. 

ALLAN, Dorothy Carter. 



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ALLAN, Dorothy Carter. Cont'd, 
Edster wings. SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. 
One -act plays of spiritual power. DPI 5231. 

ALLARDICE, JAMES BURNS. 
At war with the army, a comedy in three acts. 
© James B. AUardice; Ic 6Jan48; on 
additions and revisions; DU12271. Prev. 
reg. 250ct44; DU91307. 

ALLEGRO. A16410. SEE Rodgers, Richard. 

ALLEN, DAYTON. 
The giraffe hunt. [Monologue] © Dayton 

Allen Bolke; Ic 16Dec47- DU12248. 
Hey kid, yer shirt's out. [Monologue] 

© Dayton Allen; Ic 9Mar48: DU13374. 
It's all clear by Cohen. [Dialogue] © Dayton 

Allen; Ic 19Apr48: DU 14036. 
Johnny, the grass oi milk. [Recording script] 

© Dayton Allen Bolke; Ic 21Jan48; DU1247&. 
My garbage man's a snob. [Monologue] 

© Dayton Allen Bolke; Ic 16Dec47- DU12249. 
Yer grandmother sells rock candy. [Mono- 
logue] © Dayton Allen Bolke; Ic 2jan48; 

DU12426. 

ALLEN, Efale T. SEE Mus-Ed Record Company, 

ALLEN, Frank C. 
Lecture course of lessons on how to play 

the accordion. C2067-2090. SEE Molinari, 

John. 
Lecture course of lessons on how to play 

the piano. C2091-2114. SEE Dutton, 

Charles P. 

ALLEN, Fred. SEE The Fred Allen Show 
(Radio program) 

ALLEN, KAY. 
Counterfeit, a play in three acts, about 
white Negroes. © Minna Kallen; Ic 
19Apr48; DU14109. 
A dicty defense? A play in four acts, about 
white Negroes among colored Negroes. 
© Minna Kallen; Ic 3Feb48; DU12837. 

ALLEN, Marjorie. 
Brilliant performance. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

ALLEN, Portland Hoffa. SEE The Fred Allen 
Show (Radio program) 



THE ALLERGIC Dr. Tost. 
Edelstein, David Henry. 



DU 15309. SEE 



ALLEY moon. DU13853. SEE Kerr, Walter 
Francis. 

ALMOST the last day of school. SEE Kaser, 
Arthur LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. 
DP13087. 

ALONG the road. DU13230. SEE Wade, 
Alfred Munroe . 

ALONG the way. DU15327. SEE Gillivan, 
James Joseph. 

ALSO, the Little ones. DU14636. SEE 
Cheyette, Herbert Basil. 

ALT-Wien. DP14708. SEE Lanner, Joseph 
Franz Karl. 

ALTER, PAUL. 
Fish story. DU12556, DU12841. SEE 

Harkrider, John. 
There's no business, a skit. 5 leaves. 

© Paul Alter; Ic 15Mar48; DU13408. 

ALTMAN, Adella Carlson.. 
Behind casUe walls. DP13387. SEE Mayo, 
Ruth Roloff . 

ALTMAN, Misha. SEE Highways and Byways 



to Music (Radio program) 

ALTMAN, Sophie Beatrice. SEE Report Cards 
for Parents. (Radio program) 

THE ALUMINUM Company of America. 
The Davenport Works. C2228. SEE ;/ilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

ALWAYS a first time. DU14018. SEE 
Solomon, Lester Saunders. 

AMADON, EDNA. 
The art of it, a play in three acts. © Edna 
Amadon; Ic 2Feb48; DU12906. 

AMALASWINTHA. DU15070. SEE Pregers, 
Salomon. 

AMARANTH obligation ceremony. DP12801. 
SEE Sherman, Alice Ella. 

AMATEUR Hour. SEE Morris B. Sachs 
Amateur Hour (Radio program) 

AMBROSIUS. DU12432. SEE Molbech, 
Christian Knud Frederik. 

AMELIA Earhart. DU15009. SEE Nicholson, 
Anne Preston. 

AMERICAN Agriculturist, inc. 
Farm forum of the air. DP12683. SEE 
Tillotson, Berton F. 

THE AMERICAN almanac; songs for May. 
C2515. SEE Brand, Oscar S. 

AMERICAN art music, by the Moderns. 
SEE Healy, Joe Robert. Our new music, 
by the Moderns. C2739. 

AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC. 
Bing Crosby's personal radio script, by 
William Morrow, Hal Kanter, i^nd Lawrence 
G. Clemmons. © American Broadcasting 
Co., inc.; lFeb48; DP12824. 

AMERICAN Coolair Corporation. 
It's a breeze. DU14356. SEE vVilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

AN AMERICAN enterprise. C2143. SEE 
Lewis (Frank) inc. 

AMERICAN fantosy. C2221. SEE Dun Leavay, 
Charles A. 

AMERICAN Gas Association. 

Careers in home economics. SEE Schrock, 
Margaret. 

AMERICAN Hospital Supply Corporation. 
The eyes have it. C2504. SEE Johnson, 

Roy. 
Medical nomenclature. C2505. SEE 

Erikson, Eben W. 

AMERICAN ideals, 1948. DU15140. SEE 
Miller, Anna Jane. 

AN AMERICAN is chosen. DU13844. SEE 
Greene, Luther. 

AMERICAN Jewish Congress. Young Men's 
and vVomen's Division. Metropolitan 
Council. SEE Innocent Bystander? (Radio 
program) 

THE AMERICAN master countefeiters. 
DU14223. SEE Reader's Digest— Radio 
Edition, no. 110. 

AMERICAN saint of democracy. SEE Eastman, 
Fred, ed. One -act plays of spiritual 
power. DP15231. 

AMERICAN Tobacco Company. SEE Your 



Hit Parade (Radio program) 

AMERICAN Unitarian Youth. 

Liberty bells. DP14040. SEE Upfield, 
Jessie, 

AMEY, VIOLA A. 
Ouch, my sunburn! A play in three actS; by 
Leslie Hand [pseud.] © Viola Amey; Ic 
25May48; DU14978. 

AMITY, U.S. A. DU12522. SEE Rosenbaum, 
Maxwell Richard. 

AMONG my memoirs. DU13424. SEE Smith, 
Rose Marie. 

AMONG ourselves. DU12368. SEE Panitz, 
Sol. 

THE AMOS 'N' ANDY SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Charles J. 
Correll and Freeman F. Gosden. © Charles 
J. Correll, Freeman F. Gosden. 

volume 5. 

6. Nov. 4, 1947. © Ic llDec47; DU12238. 

7-9. Nov. 11, 18, 25, 1947. 

© Ic each llDec47; DU12101-12103. 
10-13. Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23, 1947. © Ic each 

16Jan48; DU12578-12581. 
15-18. Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1948. © Ic each 

13Feb48; DU12898-12901. 
19-22. Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, 1948. © Ic each 

16Mar48; DU13485-13488. 
23. 27. Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1948. © Ic 

each 26Apr48; DU14184-14188. 
28-31. Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1948. © Ic each 

24May48; DU14986-14989. 
32-35. May 4, 11, 18, 25, 1948. © Ic each 

22Jun48; DU15298-15301. 

L 'AMOUR, c'est un art. SEE West, Evelyn. 
The man from Paris. DU14445. 

L'AMOUR des trois oranges. DP14249. SEE 
Arnoux, rilexandre. 

L'AMOUR me'decin. DP12314. SEE Moliere, 
Jean Baptiste Poquelin. 

L'AMOUR tenace. SEE Couprie, James. La 
dame sarrasine. DU13898. 

AM-RUS Music Agency, inc. 
The duenna. DPI 5164. SEE Prokof'ev, 
Sergei Sergeevich. 

ANALOGY. DU12861. SEE Folgner, Arthur 
Maxwell. 

AN ANALYSIS of Daniel's "seventy weeks" 
prophecy. SEE Sunderwirth, Wilbert >V. 
A time table of prophecy. C2416. 

ANALYST in the house. DU14948. SEE 
Plncus, Abraham. 

ANATOL. SEE Zachary, Loren Ludwig. 
Cocktail in Hollywood. DU12378. 

ANCHORS aweigh. DU12531. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Dec. 29, 1947. 

AND further on. DU13703. SEE Segard, 
Judith. 

AND if elected. DU13338. SEE Maier, Nathan 

AND it came to pass. DP12206. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 159. 

AND out of the strong came forth sweetness. 
DPI 4439. SEE Carmi, Awner. 

AND so they married. DU13848. SEE 
Reader's Digest — Radio Edition, no. 108. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



AND the trumpet blew down the walls of 
Jericho. DU14951. SEE Highways and 
Byways to Music (Radio program) 

AND the winds blew. DU14416. SEE 
Misrock, Henry. 

AND with the dawn. DUi3628. SEE Miller, 
John F. 

AND you cry alone. DU14878. SEE Robinson, 
Marvin William. 

ANDERER, Jakob, pseud. SEE Jacobson, 
Otto. 

ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. 

The emperor's new clothes. SEE Sheffield, 
Philip. The king's balcony. DU14488. 

ANTDERSEN, WARREN EDWARD. 
Like breath into the wind, a legend of 
Livesey Rock, in three acts, by Warren 
Andersen and Frances Goforth. © Warren 
Edward Andersen, Frances Annabel 
Goforth; Ic 30Jan48; DU12659. 

ANDERSON, ANAH MARIE. 
The life of Rusty Owen, a film script in 
15 scenes, by Marie Anderson. 16 leaves. 
© Anah Marie Anderson; Ic 29Mar48; 
DU13658. 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR BENJAMIN. 
The last audience, a play [for radio] 
© Arthur Benjamin Anderson; Ic oMar48; 
DU13401. 

ANDERSON, AXEL WILHELM. 
The boat-builders, a drama in three acts. 
© Axel Wilhelm Anderson; Ic 25Nov47; 
on revisions and enlargements; DU12095. 
Prev. reg. 14Jul39; D64517. 

ANDORN, SIDNEY. 
Audition Ambition. Radio scripts Mar. 27, 
Apr. 3, 1948. © Sidney Andorn; Ic each 
15Apr48; DU14572-14573. 

ANDRfi, Marianne. 
Baby Hamilton. DP12318. SEE BraddeU, 
Maurice. 

ANDREWS, MARION. 
Air mail (personal experience time), a new 
and different radio program. [Announce- 
ment] Sheet. © Marion Andrews; Ic 
17Feb48; C2173. 

ANDRIST, RALPH. 
Arrows in the dust, by Ralph Andrist and 
Ralph Backlund. Broadcast May 22, 1948, 
by CBS Documentary Unit. © Columbia 
Broadcasting System, inc.; Ic 8Jun48- 
DU15134. 

UN ANGE passe. DP15092. SEE Brasseur, 
Pierre. 



ANGEL child. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twent 
royalty holiday. DPI 



(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
3966. 



ANGEL with red hair. DU15112. SEE Farah, 
Theodore. 

ANGELETTE no. n-teen thousand and three. 
DU14640. SEE Lockridge, Irene. 

ANGELINE and the wicked witch. DU13696. 
SEE Cox, Eleanor S. 

ANGELS sing. DU15355. SEE Banks, 
Marjorie Ann. 

ANGELS unaware. DU12104. SEE Lieberson, 
Goddard. 



ANGLE boy. DU13050. SEE First Nighter, 
Nov. 8, 1947. 

ANIMAL capers. DP14243. SEE Williamson, 
Ann Louise. 

ANNA and Peter Zenger. SEE Bela, Nicholas 
F. Peter Zenger. DU14788. 

ANNE. DP12320. SEE Bibescu, Anton, 
principe. 

ANNI. DU14980. SEE Neufeld, Max. 

ANNIVERSARY party. DU13496. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 467. 

ANNO Ni Mo, pseud. SEE Sibelius, Stanley. 

THE ANONYMOUS lover. DP13938. SEE 
Sylvaine, Vernon. 

THE ANSWER. DU14181. SEE Edgar, William 
»Vendell. 

ANTHONY, Mary. 
The new look. DU15351. SEE Stevens, 
Leslie Clark. 

THE ANTI -histamines' new hope for the 
allergic. C2193. SEE Parke, Davis & Co. 

ANTON, PAULINE. 
A stone is laid in a city block, a drama in 
three acts. © Pauline Anton; Ic 9Feb48; 
DU12821. 

ANXIETIES of 1948. SEE Englund, Ken. 
Neuroses of 1948. DU15272. 

ANY resemblance. DU12293. SEE O'Hara, 
Constance. 

APARTMENT. DU14876. SEE Whitman, 
James Russell. 

APARTMENT 13. DP15170. SEE McMullen, 
Joseph Carl. 

APARTMENTS 100 o/o rented. DU13746. 
SEE Guy, Robert. 

L'APOLLONde Bellac. DP13150. SEE 
Giraudoux, Jean. 

L'APOSTOLAT du Pere Jacquemet. SEE 
Vekeman, Victor. Un sauveur d'Smes. 
DP14225. 

APPARTEMENT a louer. DU13745. SEE 
Guy, Robert. 

APPASSIONATA. DU13417. SEE Gore- 
Browne, Margaret. 

THE APPIAN vVay. DU14288. SEE Siegel, 
Jacob. 

AN APPLE for Mam'selle. DU13637. SEE 
Gerstad, John Leif. 

APPLE in the attic. DU15217. SEE Judson, 
Lester Erwin. 

APPLE of his eye. DU13397. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 42. 

APPLE MAN, MARK JEROME. 
Tomorrow we'll be sober, a comedy in three 
acts. © Mark J. Appleman; Ic 28Apr48; 
on revisions; DU14274. Prev. reg. 'Little 
pot of rainbows;" 23Mar45; D92845. 

APPLICATION of electricity to Frigidaire 
products. C2663. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

APPLICATION of principles to employee 



problems. C2651. SEE Maynard, Harold 
Bright. Management conference: Human 
relations, 22nd day. 

APPOMATTOX. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DP13966. 

THE APRIL Fool mystery. DU13679. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 78. 

APSEY, RUBY LLOYD. 
For some must fight, a play in three acts. 
© Ruby Lloyd Apsey; Ic 14Jun48; DU15280. 

APSTEIN, THEODORE. 
Before the bullfight. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 

(Gardner), ed. The best one-act plays, 

1947-1948. AA83794. 
Give us our dream, a play in three acts. 

Based on the novel of the same title by 

Arthemise Goertz. © Theodore Apstein; 

Ic 9Jun48; DU15230. 

ARANOW, Walter. 
Ask your father. DU15158. SEE Aranow, 
Zedra Jurist. 

ARANOW, ZEDRA JURIST. 
Ask your father, a play in three acts, by 
Aranow &. Glass [Zedra Jurist Aranow, 
Walter Aranow, Ruth Pollen Glass, Elihu 
Glass]. © Zedra Jurist Aranow, Walter 
Aranow, Ruth Pollen Glass, Elihu Glass; 
Ic 10Jun48; on revisions; DU15158. Prev. 
reg. 29Sep47; D1732. 

THE ARBOR girls. DU13084. SEE Winter, 
Rudolph Theodore. 

ARCHANGELIS, CESIANODE. 
Happyland, operetta in tre atti, di Chesy 
Dehar [pseud.] Text only. © Cesiano de 
Archangelis; Ic 31Dec47; DU12176. 

ARE you a committee of selves? C2032. SEE 
Welch, Rhoda. Here's to health and happiness. 

ARE you self-conscious? C2029. SEE Welch, 
Rhoda. Here's to health and happiness. 

ARE you tired? C2028. SEE Welch, Rhoda. 
Here's to health and happiness. 

AREAS of group conflict. C2628. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Group relations, 13th day. 

ARENT, Arthur. 
Hurry Up Yost. DU13709. SEE The Cavalcade 
of America, no. 542. 

ARISTOPHANES. 
Lysistrata. SEE Paul, John. Lysandre. 
DU12848. 

ARJUNA, servant of Allah. DU13688. SEE 
Sibelius, Stanley. 

ARLAND, Marcel. 
T^moignages, essais, Etudes. DP14499. SEE 
Arnold, Paul, ed. 

ARLETT, VERA ISABEL. 
Midnight melodrama, a play in one act. 
London,^ S. French [1948]. 26 p. lllus. 
(French's acting emtion, no. 574) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 2Mar48; DP13933. 
Saint Alban, a play in three acts. London, 
V. GoUancz, 1948. 99 p. © Vera Isabel 
Arlett; 12Apr48; DPI 5259. 

ARMANINO, DOMINIC CARL. 
Bank crecUt. Text for an illustrated lecture. 
© Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 22Mar48; 
C2301. 
A birdseye view of banking. Text for an 
illustrated lecture. © Dominic Carl 
Armanino; Ic 12Mar48; C2289. 



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ARMANINO, DOMINIC CARL. Cont'd. 
Building your future . Text for an illustrated 

lecture. © Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 

12Mar48; C2288. 
A check. Text for an illustrated lecture. 

© Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 3May48; 

C2543. 
Checking and savings services. Text for 

an illustrated lecture. © Dominic Carl 

Armanino; Ic 12Mar48; C2290. 
A collection. Text for an illustrated lecture. 

© Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 5Apr48; 

C2406. 
Consumer credit and G. I. loans. Text for 

an illustrated lecture. © Dominic Carl 

Armanino; Ic 22Mar48; C2305. 
An Easyway loan. Text for an illustrated 

lecture. © Donninic Carl Armanino; Ic 

22Mar48; C2306. 
Financing a home through a bank loan. Text 

for an illustrated lecture. © Dominic Carl 

Armanino; Ic 22Mar48; C2304. 
Foreign trade. Text for an illustrated lec- 
ture. © Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 

5Apr48; C2408. 
The four simple steps essential to success. 

Text for an illustrated lecture. © Dominic 

Carl Armanino; Ic 3May48; C2544. 
He left everything to his wife. Text for an 

illustrated lecture. © Dominic Carl 

Armanino; Ic 3May48; C2541. 
Money in the bank. Text for an illustrated 

lecture. © Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 

12Mar48; C2291. 
Real estate loans. Text for an illustrated 

lecture. © Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 

22Mar48; C2303. 
Selling bank service. Text for an illustrated 

lecture. © Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 

3May48; C2542. 
Special and incidental services. Text for an 

illustrated lecture. © Dominic Carl Arma- 
nino; Ic 5Apr48: C2407. 
This man is worth $100,000. Text for an 

illustrated lecture. © Dominic Carl 

Armanino; Ic 22Mar48; C2302. 
Travel. Text for an illustrated lecture. 

© Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 3May48; 

C2545. 
Trust services. Text for an illustrated 

lecture. © Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 

3May48- C2540. 
Worldwide banking. Text for an illustrated 

lecture. © Dominic Carl Armanino; Ic 

5Apr48; C2409. 

ARMFIELD, RICHARD. 
History himg in the balance. Episodes 1 and 
2 of a radio series. © Richard Armfield; 
Ic each 9Mar47; DU14598-14599. 

ARMOUR and Company. 
Take care. DU13843. SEE Wilding Picture 

Productions, inc. 
That farm-fresh flavor. C2227. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN F. 
Shadows in the house, a play in three acts. 
© John F. Armstrong, Jr.; Ic 3Mar48; 
DU13272. 

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT GOLDEN. 
Egypt land, a tragedy in three acts. © Robert 
Golden Armstrong, Jr.; Ic 17May48; DU14725. 

ARNOLD, IRENE LENORA 
Today is tomorrow, a play in three acts. 
© Irene L. Arnold; Ic 22Jan48; DU13691. 

ARNOLD, Julius, pseud. SEE Berinstein, 
Julius. 

ARNOLD, Matthew. 
The forsaken merman. DU12409. SEE Reinau, 
Mary Elizabeth. 

ARNOLD, PAUL, ed. 
Aspects du theatre contemporain en France 



(1930-1945). Textes in^dits de Andr^ 
Obey, Georges Neveux, Claude-Andrd 
F>uget, Andr^ Roussin [etj Ren^ Laporte. 
Essais de Gabriel Marcel, Poland Purnal, 
Andr€ Charmel, Paul Blanchart, Maurice 
Fombeure, Maurice Toesca [et] Paul 
Arnold. [Paris] Editions du Pavois [19451. 
295 p. (His Theatre, t. 3) © Societg 
Priv^e d'lmprimerie etD'Edition; 15Sep45; 
DP14501. 

T^moignages, essais, Etudes; par Paul 
Claudel, Charles Vildrac, Marcel Arland, 
Paul Blanchart, Gaston Baty, Jacques 
Duchesne, Paul Arnold, Marie-H€lene Daste, 
Touchagues, Lucien Nat [et] Andr€ Cadou. 
[Paris] Editions du Pavois [19451. 215 p. 
illus. (His Theatre, t. 1) © Editions du 
Pavois;"25May45; pP14499. 

Le theatre anglais d'hier et d'aujourd'hui, 
par Jean-Jacques Bernard, Andr€ Gide, Robert 
Kanters, Longworth Chambrun, Roland Purnal, 
Jacques Duchesne. Paul Arnold [et] Francois 
de Roux; avec des textes de Wycherley, W.-B. 
Yeats, Sean O'Casey, T. S. Eliot [et] Emlyn 
Williams. [Paris] Editions du Pavois [1945]. 
227 p. iUus. (His Theatre, t. 2) © Editions 
du Pavois; 15JuI¥57DP14500. 

Une tradition th€atrale: de Scaramouche a 
Louis Jouvet. Essais et textes in^dits de 
Jules Romains, L€on Chancerel, Georges 
Jamati, Xavier de Courville, Paul Arnold, 
Y. Deletang-Tardif fet] Paul Blanchart; avec 
des oeuvres dramatiques de Luigi Riccoboni- 
Fagan, Nolent de Fatouville [et] Gherardi- 
Ehifresny. [Paris] Editions du Pavois ["1945]. 
319 p. iUus. (His Theatre, t. 4) © Society 
Priv^e d'lmprimerie et d'Edition; 30Dec45; 
DPI4502. 

ARNOUX, ALEXANDRE. 

L'amour des trois oranges, comedie en 3 
actes et un Epilogue; suivie de Les taureaux, 
op^ra bouffe en 3 tableaux. Paris, B. Grasset 
[1947]. 248 p. Text only. © Editions 
Bernard Grasset; 30Nov47; DP14249. 

Faust. DP15124. SEE Goethe, Johann 
Wolfgang von, 

AROANHADRA. DU13137. SEE Benner, Joseph 
Henry. 

ARONSON, ALVIN. 

A Christmas story. DU14369. SEE Rottman, 

Milton A. 
Home country, a musical play in two acts, 

based on Ernie Pyle's book. JText only] 

© Alvin Aronson; Ic 12Mar48; DU14370. 
Irish holiday, an original one -act play, in 

three scenes. © Alvin Aronson; Ic i2Mar48; 

DU14368. 

AROUND the world via airmail. SEE Mayer, 
Natalie. The air -ventures of Johnny Stamp. 
DP13762. 

ARRANGEMENT for strings. DU12620. SEE 
Hutton, Michael Clayton. 

ARRANONG programs. C2360. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

ARRANGING programs from advertising leads. 
C2323. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

ARRANGING programs on call backs and service 
calls. C2326. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

ARRANGING programs on the delivery call. 
C2325. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

ARRANONG programs on the sales call. 
C2341. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

ARRANGING programs through the research or 
survey method. C2342. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 



ARROWS in the dust. DU15134. SEE Andrist, 
Ralph. 

THE ART of it. DU12906. SEE Amadon, Edna. 

ARTHUR, ROBERT GLENN. 
Eulogy to the Mississippi Valley. [Lecture] 
© Robert Glenn Arthur; Ic 30Jan48; C2061. 

ARTHUR, Robert Jay. SEE Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

THE ARTHUR Cumings presentation. SEE 
Harkrider, John. Brain, Brawn and Spirit, 
inc. DU12561. 

THE ARTIST and this changing world, part 1. 
SEE Riley, Maude Kemper. Why is modern 
art? C2556. 

ARTS and Artists, inc. SEE Highways and 
Byways to Music (Radio program) 

AS long as you live. DU14469. SEE Houk, 
Robert Van Aken. 

AS you desire me. DU13324. SEE PirandeUo, 
Luigi. 

ASA'S wives. DU15089. SEE Londo, Leslie 
Bernard. 

ASBRAND, Karin. SEE Sundelof-Asbrand, 
Karin. 

ASCHEHOUG (H.) and Company. 
Minnefesten. DP13165. SEE Heiberg, Hans. 
SpiUet om Bly-Petter. DP13166. SEE 
Eidem, Odd. 

ASENATH. DU13028. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

ASHENHURST, Robert L. 
Shall we merge? DU13596. SEE Yeager, 
Kenneth Abbott. 

ASHES In scarlet. DU13551. SEE Kavanau, 
Alexander. 

ASHMAN, AARON. 
ha-Adamah ha-zot (This land). A dramatic 
composition. 58 p. [Hebrew text] © Aron 
Ashman; 10Nov43; DP15108. 
Alexandra ha-Hashmonait. A play in three 
acts. p. 31-62. [Hebrew text] ©Aron 
Ashman; 80ct46; DPI 5107. 

ASHMAN, Aron. SEE Ashman, Aaron. 

ASHTON, Ruth. 
The sunny side of the atom. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

ASK your father. DU15158. SEE Aranow, 
Zedra Jurist. 

ASPECTS du theatre contemporain en France. 
DP14501. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

THE ASPERN papers. DU14705. SEE Turpin, 
Allan R. 

ASSAIL the season. DU15185. SEE Dowling, 
Arthur Joseph. 

ASSAULT and flattery. C2546. SEE Bercovici, 
Bernard S. 

ASSOCIATION of Junior Leagues of America, 
inc. SEE Association of the Junior Leagues 
of America, inc. 

ASSOCIATION of the Junior Leagues of America, 
inc. 

Beauty and the beast. DP12798. SEE 
Ferguson, Virginia. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ASSOCIATION of the Junior Leagues of America, 
inc. Cont'd. 

Cinderella. DP12566. SEE Rice, Ann Marshall 
Little Red Riding Hood. DP13606. SEE 

Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows). 
Rumpelstiltskin. DP12941. SEE Carstens, 

Catherine Ellis Wilkinson. 
Titian, the boy artist of Cadore. DP14154. 

SEE Tully, Nora. 

AT dawn, tomorrow. SEE MacLachlan, Robert 
Anthony. Daughters of Venus. DU14931. 

AT the risk of his life. DPI 3729. SEE 
Carter, Leslie H. 

aT the zoo. DU15183. SEE Vail, Helen Cerar. 

AT war with the army. DU12271. SEE 
AUardice, James Burns. 

ATHERTON, Gertrude Franklin (Horn) 
The conqueror. SEE Pavlo, Hattie May 
(Delkin). Hamilton. DU14332. 

ATHLETES of '48. DU12555-12561. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 

ATLAS Supply Company. 
Bonus business. DU15333. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE ATOMIC inlay. DU15007. SEE Marcus, 
Maure. 

AUDITION Ambition. DU14572-14573. SEE 
Andorn, Sidney. 

AUERHEIMER, Raoul. 
Gesellschaft. SEE Zachary, Loren Ludwig. 
Cocktail in Hollywood. DU12378. 

AULICINO, ARMAND DANIEL. 
The new portable street, a play in two acts. 
© Armand Daniel Aulicino; Ic 6Apr48; 
DU14112. 

AUMONT, JEAN-PIERRE. 
L'Empereur de Chine, piece en 2 actes et 
4 tableaux. © Jean-Pierre Aumont (ps. de 
Jean-Pierre Salomons); Ic 24Mar48; 
DU13913. 

AUNT Em. DU12966. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 519. 

AUNT JENNY'S REAL LIFE STORIES (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Doris Halman. 
© Lever Brothers Co. 

2960-2964. June 2-4, 7-8, 1948. The blue 
rabbit, parts 1-5. © Ic each 21Jun48; 
DU15285-15289. 

AUNT Prim. SEE Walsh, James M. Six 
characters for an actress. DP13498. 

THE AUSTIN Purves, Jr. presenUtion. SEE 
Harkrider, John. Fish story. DU12556, 
DU12841. 

AUTOMOBILE safety jingles for radio. 
C2119-2130, SEE Roche, vVilUam Bosworth. 

AUTUMN fever. DU12842. SEE Winer, Bart 
Keith. 

L'AVALANCHE. DP14046. SEE Crave, Marcel. 

THE AWAKENING. DU12714. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

AXELROD, Donald. 
Plays from radio. A20272. SEE Lass, 
Abraham Harold. 

AYERS, Elene ,vristi. 
Introduction to luck. DU12220. SEE 



Joannopoulos, Dimitris. 

AYRE, JACK KISER. 

Mixed company, a one -act play. © Jack K. 
Ayre; Ic 6Apr48; DU13789. 

AZILEE andSuzie. DU14014. SEE Brown, 
Ruby Freeman. 



B 

B P S (Bag Profit Selling). C2677. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

BA Thane. SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. One-act 
plays of spiritual power. DP15231. 

BABCOCKj ALFRED R. 
Digest of new inventions; television radio 
program, script no. 2. © National Founda- 
tion for Science and Industry; Ic 22Dec47; 
C1984. 

BABCOCK, FRED HAYES. 
Born leader, a comedy in three acts, by 
Hayes Babcock. © Fred Hayes Babcock; 
Ic 8May48; DU14603. 

BABCOCK, Hayes. SEE Babcock, Fred Hayes. 

THE BABES in the wood. DP13935. SEE 
PoUey, Sydney Arthur. 

BABIES aren't problems; it's their parents. 
DU13432. SEE Loring, Helen. 

BABIN, GREGORY. 
The march of freedom, a Passover play for 
marionettes, by Gregory and Lillian Babin. 
10 leaves. © Gregory Babin, Lillian Babin; 
lMay48; DP14707. 

BABIN, Lillian. 
The march of freedom. DP14707. SEE 
Babin, Gregory. 

BABSIE, the baby sitter. SEE Kane, Albert 
Morris. Baby sitter. DU14177. 

BABY Hamilton. DPi2318. SEE Braddell, 
Maurice . 

BABY sitter. SEE 
Bowie, Beverley. DU13689. 
Kane, Albert Morris. DU14177. 

BABY sitter program. DU12600. SEE 
Whittinghill, Noral E. 

BACH, Marcus. 
Hometown. SEE Mayorga, Margaret (Gardner), 
ed. Twenty short plays on a royalty 
holiday. DP13966. 

BACHELOR of arts. DU14668. SEE Marshall, 
Howard Edward. 

BACHENHEIMER, Theodore. 
An onion makes me cry. DU14061. SEE 
Kamile, Coleman. 

BACHRACH, Mrs. Harold. SEE Barclay, Ruth. 

BACK Bay. DU14787. SEE Porter, Robert 
Paynton. 

BACK seat driver. C2120. SEE Roche, 
William Bosworth. Automobile safety 
jingles for radio, L-2. 

BACK-to-school budget fashion show. DU15248. 
SEE Missouri Garment Co. 

BACK yard. DU14082. SEE Berinstein, Julius. 

BACKLUND, Ralph. 
Arrows in the dust. DU15134. SEE Andrist, 
Ralph. 



BACKSTAGE. DU14069. SEE Foster, Gladys 
Sarah. 



BAD Bascomb. DU13454. 
Theatre, Mar. 1, 1948. 



SEE Lux Radio 



BAHRENBURG, ANN. 
Black and white, a television presentation. 
© Ann Bahrenburg; Ic 25Jun48; C2764. 

BAILEY, ANGUS ALEXANDER. 
Maiden venture, a musical play in two acts. 
Book and lyrics by Angus Bailey, music by 
Richard Wilcox. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Angus A. Bailey, Jr., Richard 
F. Wilcox; Ic 13May48; DU 14624. 

BAILEY, ANNE HOWARD. 
Destination space, a half -hour dramatic 
radio script. © A.uie Howard Bailey; 
Ic lMar48; DU13168. 

BAII£Y, WILLIAM A. 
A moderate drinker, a play in three acts, 
by vViUiam Azenuwa Ogboy [pseud.] 
© William A. Ogboy; Ic 10Mar48; DU13389. 

BAKER, EDNA. 
The true story of Good King Wenceslas; 
or. What really happened. A Christmas 
extravaganza. London, S. French [1947]. 
35 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 173) © Samuel French, ltd.; 2Dec47; 
DP12763. 



BAKER, Jimmy. 
Red hot air. DU14269. 
Stanton. 



SEE Pierce, Emily 



BAKER (Walter H.) Company. 
Air express. DP13088. SEE McMuUen, 

Joseph Carl. 
Apartment 13. DPI 51 70. SEE McMullen, 

Joseph Carl. 
Blind date. DP12575. SEE Kimball, Ruth 

Putnam. 
Call me Mac. DP12994. SEE Cox, Theodore 

St. John. 
Charge it, please. DP14630. SEE Knapp, 

Bettye . 
The cup of trembUng. DP15169. SEE 

Johannes, Vivian. 
Easter at Galilee. DP14246. SEE Willis, 

Edith H. 
Easy Cub Scout plays. DP15171. SEE 

Friend, Russell. 
The eternal bride. DP12573. SEE Seller, 

Thomas. 
A ghost on the loose. DP 1299 5. SEE 

Halff, Alma Murphy. 
Glamorizing Joanne. DP12482. SEE Mundorf, 

MilUe. 
Hold the line, please. DP13009. SEE 

Donnergaard, Louise. 
Hold your sides. DP15320. SEE Ragase, 

Robert. 
The Holy City. DP12999. SEE Bowditch, 

Nancy Douglas. 
Honor bright. DP15153. SEE Goetz, Austin. 
In Christmas Carol Land. DP12997. SEE 

Dykes-Beachy, E. B. 
Judge not. DP12998. SEE Howard, Marion. 
The kitten's necklace. DPI 51 54. SEE 

Goetz, Austin. 
Ladies lounge. DP12444. SEE Kurtz, C. 

Gordon. 
Ladies of the vVhite House. DP12574. SEE 

Mackay, Constance D'Arcy. 
Midnight son. DP14497. SEE Sundelof- 

Asbrand, Karin. 
The new look. DP14675. SEE Hackett, Walter 
One-act plays of spiritual power. DPI 5231. 

SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. 
The people vs. The Pharisee. DP14245. SEE 

Tiemeyer, T. N. 
Plays for early teens. DP12792. SEE 

Quinlan, Mary Eva. 
Ridiculous and sublime. DP13761. SEE 

Jacobson, Percy. 



CATAT.OG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BAKER (Walter H.) Company. Cont'd. 
Smith vs. Smith. DP14715. SEE Storer, 

Winifred Carol. 
Stick happy. DP12791. SEE Hanson, Meyer. 
They came bearing gifts. DP12996. SEE 

Emerson, Elizabeth Holaday. 
You can't know everything. DP13760. SEE 

Gaily, Marea Lambert. 
Young as you look. DP14855. SEE Seller, 

Thomas. 

THE BAKER and his neighbour. DU15H0. 
SEE Power, Rhoda Dolores. 

BALBO, ANSELMO. 
II nemico dei fanciulli; The children's enemy. 
Soggetto musicale creazione origlnale per 
lo schermc. Parma, E. Barbieri, 1948. 
38 p. Text only. © Anselmo Balbo; 15Feb48; 
DP14504. 

BALDUS, A. F. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

BALDUS, Bud. SEE The Shadow (Radio 
program) 

BALDWIN, Edna A. 
Ba Thane. SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. One-act 
plays of spiritual power. DP15231. 

BALDWIN, JOSEPH BURKE TTE. 
The fine, clean anger of Private McElroy; 

a comedy in six scenes, by Joe Baldwin. 

© Joseph B. Baldwin; Ic 4Feb48; DU12746. 
Uncertain November, a comedy in three acts, 

by Joe Baldwin. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 

Ic 20Feb48; DU13002. 

BALF, Miriam. 
The Sunday breakfast. DU13466. SEE Rubio, 
Emery. 

BALL, Jack. SEE Ball, John B. 

BALL, JOHN B. 
A more abundant strife, a comedy-drama 
in three acts, by Jack Ball. © John B. 
Ball; Ic 30Apr48; DU14291. 

BALL, Louise, pseud. SEE Windermere, 
Louise Therese. 

BALLAGH, THOMAS CARTER. 
Can we still do business with Latin America? 
A speech to the Pan American Association 
at Philadelphia, April 1, 1948. © Thomas 
Carter Ballagh; Ic 9Apr48; C2418. 

BALLANTYNE, PAUL ARDIVON. 
A basket for oranges, a play in one act. 
© Paul Ardivon Ballantyne; Ic 12Feb48; 
DU12886. 

BALLET bureaucratique. DU14891. SEE 
Reinhart, Robert. Three sketches. 

THE BALLOT box. DU15404. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merrlwell, no. 85. 

BALMY vs. Ravy. DU13437. SEE Kornfeld, 
Ira Edward. 

BALZAC, Honor^ de. 
Le faiseur. SEE Oswald, Richard. The 

speculator. DU12856. 
Le p^re Goriot. SEE De Sadow. Murray 

Bernard. Mrs. Brady's boarolng house. 

DU13921. 



BAND of America. DU15316. 
Advisers, inc. 



SEE Petroleum 



BANDEL, Betty. 
Viva Mexico. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DPI 3966. 

BANESHIK, PERCY. 



Elizabeth wears a wig, a comedy in one act. 
London, S. French [1947]. 40 p. illus. 
(French's acting etfition, no. 63). "This 
play won the Breytenbach Trophy for the 
best one-act play in 1945." © Samuel 
French, ltd.; 31Dec47; DP13505. 

BANK credit. C2301. SEE Armanino, Dominic 
Carl. 

BANK OF KNOWLEDGE, INC. 

Bank of Knowledge sample contest [question 
list], V. 2, no. S. © Bank of Knowledge, 
inc.; Ic lMar48; C2243. 

Instructions, information, questions, answers, 
and tie breakers; detailed manner of pro- 
cedure for reading from theater stage. 
For V. 2, nos. 63, 72A, 55, S, and 72. 
© Bank of Kiowledge, inc.; Ic 12Apr48; 
C2457. 

BANK of Knowledge sample contest question 
list. C2243. SEE Bank of Knowledge, inc. 

BANKETT, JOHN C. 
To the factory worKers. [Lecture] © John 
C. Bankett; Ic 12Apr48; C2716. 

BANKO. DU14230, DP15162. SEE Unger- 
leider, Henry S. 

BANKS, MARJORIE ANN. 
Angels sing, a Christmas play in one act. 

© Marjorie Ann Banks; Ic 25Jun48; 

DU15355. 
The big tooth, a health play in one act. 

© Marjorie Ann Banks; Ic 25Jun48; 

DU15356. 

BANNER Play Bureau, inc. 
At the risk of his life. DP13729. SEE 

Carter, Leslie H. 
Good-bye, litUe Eva. DP13730. SEE 

Carter, Leslie H. 
Junior high plays for special occasions. 

DP14879. SEE Roberts, Helen M. 
Matrimony a la Mexico. DP13728. SEE 

Carter, Leslie H. 
A modern version of Carmen. DP14433. 

SEE Taylor, Harold Vaughn. 
Mood piece. DP12152. SEE Richards, 

Stanley. 
New character monologues for stage and 

radio. AA73283. SEE Gammill, Noreen. 
Oh Romeol DP13726. SEE Melville, 

Richard L. 
Parade of California's progress. DP14432. 

SEE Roberts, Helen M. 
The pay-off. DP14434. SEE McCoy, Paul 

Stevens. 
The razzberry. DP13725. SEE Carter, 

Leslie H. 
She must wear green. DP13731. SEE 

McCoy, Paul Stevens. 
They found gold in California. DP13723. 

SEE Roberts, Helen M. 
Three isn't a crowd. DP13724. SEE McCoy, 

Paul Stevens. 
Whatta ya know about that ? DP13727. SEE 

Melville, Richard L. 

BARABBAS. DP15043. SEE Weigel, Hans. 

THE BARBER of New York. DU13605. SEE 
Manschinger, Margarethe. 



THE BARBER of Seville. 
Adler, Herman. 



DU12681. SEE 



BARBOUR, BELLE ROGER. 
Your kindergarten, a script for phonograph 
recording, by Belle Roger and Thelma 
Miller. © Thelma Kindred Miller, Belle 
Roger Barbour; Ic 14Apr48; C2617. 

BARCHESTER Towers. DU14463. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 50. 



BARCLAY, CARLE TON HENRY. 
When stranger meet, a play in three acts. 
© Carleton Henry Barclay; Ic 14May48; 
DU14657. 

BARCLAY, RUTH. 
Your family tree, a genealogy program 
treated in a comedy vein. [Sample script] 
© Ruth Barclay, alias Mrs. Harold Bach- 
rach; Ic 19Mar48; DU13543. 

BARDWELL, K. LOUISE. 
Red Feather's counter-attack, a play in 
two scenes. © Junior League of Great 
Falls, inc.; Ic 12Feb48; DU13821. 

BARKER, ALBERT WINEMAN. 
Grandma's diary, a new comedy in two acts. 
A revision of his play "Tailspin." 
© Albert Wineman Barker; Ic 21May48; 
DU14801. 

THE BARKING lady. DU13392. SEE Bochniak, 
Joseph John. 

BARNES, Wade. SEE Barnes, vValter vVade. 

BARNES, WALTER WADE. 
Belle Jackson, a play in three acts and six 
scenes, by vVade Barnes. © Walter vVade 
Barnes; Ic 5Apr48; DU13790. 

BAPtNETT, RICHARD GUY. 
The struggle and birth of Chris Brovick, 
a play in three acts. © Richard Guy 
Barnett; Ic 21May48; DU15398. 

BARNEY Blake, police reporter. SEE Ehrlich, 
Max. Murder me twice. DU13235. 

BARNOUW, ERIK. 
Four parables, a script from the series 

"Radio edition of the Bible." © Erik 

Barnouw; Ic 5Apr48; DU14088. 
Golgotha, a script from the series "Radio 

edition of the Bible." © Erik Barnouw; 

Ic 5Apr48;DU14089. 

THE BAROMETER. DU13004. SEE Walden, 
Robert L. 

THE BARON of Arizona. DU12989. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 101. 

A BARREL of dough. SEE Fletcher, Helen 
Jill. Break up the act. DU14111. 

THE BARREL organ. DU15174. SEE Adelman, 
Louis Charles. 

BARRELHOUSE. DU13118. SEE Lyndon, 
Barr^. 

BARRETT, KATHARINE. 

Aida. Story by Katharine Barrett, adapted 
as a free dramatic composition from Verdi's 
opera. 9 leaves. [Text only] © Katharine 
Barrett; Ic 8.iLpr48; DU14093. 

The flying Dutchman. Sto'-y by Katharine 
Barrett, adapted as a free dramatic 
composition from R. Wagner's opera. 
6 leaves. [Text only] © Katharine Barrett; 
Ic 15Mar48; DU 14092. 

Julie, a new musical play in two acts. Book 
ana lyrics by Katharine Barrett, original 
music by Herbert Mayer. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Katharine Barrett, 
Herbert Mayer; Ic 24May48; DU14932. 

The magic flute. Story by Katharine Barrett, 
adapted as a free dramatic composition 
from Mozart's opera. 12 leaves. [Text 
only] © Katharine Barrett; Ic 8Apr48; 
DU14091. 

BARRING TON^ LOWELL. 
Commander s wife, a comedy in three acts. 
© Lowell Barrington; Ic 14Jun48; DU15414. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BARRY, MAE HOWLEY. 

Murder among the angels, a mystery 
play for women in three acts. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [1947]. 
71 p. illus. © The Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 5Dec47; DP12800. 

BARRY, Peter. SEE 
Call the Police (Radio program) 
The Shadow (Radio program) 

BARSTOCK, JOSEPH. 
Cologne on my shoulder; in 52 scenes. 

[Continuity] © J seph Barstock; 

Ic 18Feb4&; DU12957. 
The lady who cares. Continuity in 

66 scenes. © Joseph Barstock; 

Ic 17May48; DU14716. 

BARTELL, GERALD A. 
Hi sign for today. [Radio commercial] 
© Gerald A. Bartell; Ic 12May48; 
C2590. 

BARTON, B. H. 

Senor del Oca, a play in three acts. 
© B. H. Barton; Ic 7Jan48; DU12267. 

BASCH, CHARLES JACK. 
Videograms, program no. 1. [Tele- 
vision script] © Charles J. Basch, 
Jr.; Ic 31Dec47; C1996. 

BASIC groups affecting industry. C2627. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Manage- 
ment conference: Group relations, 
11th day. 

A BASKET for oranges. DU12886. SEE 
Ballantyne, Paul Ardivon. 

BATE, RICHARD ALEXANDER. 
The age of honor, a scenario. 25 leaves. 
© Richard Alexander Bate; Ic 
20Feb48; DU13441. 

BATEMAN, Dora, pseud. SEE Daniel, 
Dorothy. 

BATES, Esther Willard. 

A cloud of witnesses. SEE Eastman, 
Fred, ed. One-act plays of 
spiritual power. DP15231. 

BATES, JOHN. 
The taming of the shrew, by William 
Shakespeare, adapted for television 
by John Bates. Shooting script for 
program, "The half-hour playhouse." 
© John Bates; Ic 3Feb47; DU12728. 

BATHSHEBA. DU13039. SEE 
Richardson, Eos Petty. Portrait 
gallery of Bible women. 

BAUDISCH, Paul. 
Simone und der Friede. DU13327. 
SEE Schatz, Adolf. 

BAUMER, Marie. 
Mr. Chameleon. DU15200. SEE 
Hummert, Frank. 

BAUMGARTNER, Herb. SEE The 
Shadow (Radio program) 

BAYE, Charles, pseud. SEE Schmertz, 
Charles Baye. 

BAYLOR, ELISABETH ANNE. 

By gemini, a comedy with music in two 
acts and a prologue . The book by 
Elisabeth and Murray Baylor, music 
by Murray Baylor. Based on a 
novel by James Jeffrey Roche. 
[Text only] © Hugh Murray Baylor: 
Ic 28Jun48; DU15365. 

BAYLOR, Hugh Murray. 



By gemini. DU15365. SEE Baylor, 
Elisabeth Anne. 

BAYLOR, Murray. SEE Baylor, Hugh 
Murray. 

BAYOU legend. DU14286. SEE Dodson, 
Owen Vincent. 

BE agreeable— get 'em on your side. 
C2334. SEE Handy (Jam) Organ- 
ization, inc. 

BE thou a rainbow. DPI 3 50 8. SEE 
Kelley, Mary Sullivan. 

BE yourself. DU12108. SEE Sornsen, 
Elora Elaine. 

BEACHNER, LOUIS. 

The daughters of tne late colonel, a 
romantic comedy in three acts, by 
Louis Beachner and Ben Morse; 
based on the short story by Katherine 
Mansfield. © Louis Beachner, Ben 
Morse; Ic 29Jan48; DU12928. 

BEACHY, E. B. Dykes. SEE Dykes - 
Beachy, E. B. 

BEALE, WILL. 

The adventures of Tommy God. To be 
adapted to publication, radio, or 
records. © Will Beale; Ic 20May48; 
C2711. 

BEAN, MURIEL VERNON. 

The girl came back, an original drama 
in three acts, by Muriel Vernon. © 
Muriel Vernon Bean, Vernon L. 
Bean, Jr.; Ic 7Jan48; DU12283. 

Poor man's wife, an original drama 
in four acts, by Muriel Vernon. © 
Muriel Vernon Bean, Vernon L. Bean, 
Jr.; Ic 2Jan48; DU12533. 

BEAN, Vernon L. 
The girl came back. DU12283. SEE 

Bean, Muriel Vernon. 
Poor man's wife. DU12533. SEE Bean, 
Muriel Vernon. 

BEARINGS carry the load and control 
engine performance. C2662. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE BEAST of Darrow House. DU13902. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 327. 

BEATTIE, Dan. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

BEAU Benjamin. DU13019. SEE Car- 
penter, Edward Chllds. 

BEAUMONT and Hohman, inc. 
Signs of good times. DU14529. SEE 
Wilding Kcture Productions, inc. 

BEAUTY and the beast. SEE 
Ferguson, Virginia. DP12798. 
Let^ Pretend, Jan. 10, 1948. DU12661. 

TIIE BEAVER hat. DU 12250. SEE 
Erlckson, Jane Mary. 

BECAUSE I love you. SEE 
Chandler, Doxiglas Myron Herbert. 

DU12395. 
Harris, Fred Neylon. DU12510. 

BECK, Dunbar. 
National ring, DU12560. SEE Harkrlder, 
John. 

BECKER. Don. SEE Life Can Be 
Beautiful (Radio program) 



BECKWITH, MIRIAM RACHEL CAPRON. 
Stepping off the merry-go-round, 
an inspiration-packed playlette. 
8 leaves. © Miriam C. Beckwlth; 
6Mar48; on revisions; DP13422. 
Prev. reg. "Merry-go-round step- 
off;" 10Jul47; D9892. 

BECOMING a father. DU15360. SEE 
DeMund, Harold Alexander. 

BEDA, pseud. SEE LShner, Fritz. 

BEDWELL, FRIEDA FERGUSON. 
Summer sor^, a musical comedy in a 
prelude and two acts. Book and 
lyrics by Frieda Bedwell, music 
by Stanford Gilley. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Frieda Bed- 
well. Stanford Gilley; ic 26Mar48; 
DUX 3641. 

BEELAND, ROSA LEE. 
The Judge and St. Peter, a comedy in 
two acts. © Rosa Lee Beeland; 
ic 4Feb48; DU13395. 

BEEMAN, Donald Lester. 
Power supply for air conditioning 
compressor motors in commercial 
buildings. C2214. SEE Halberg, 
Maynard Niel. 

BEFORE the bullfight. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. The best one- 
act plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

THE BEGUILED. DU13202. SEE Benham, 
Charles Capell. 

BEHIND castle walls. DP13387. SEE 
Mayo, Ruth Roloff . 

BEHIND my skull. DP12778. SEE 
Dinner, William. 

BEHIND THE FRONT PAGE (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are 
by Robert S. Steel. © Ruthrauff & 
Ryan, inc. 

6. Jan. 18, 1948. © ic 28Jan48: 
DU12609. 
11. Feb. 22, 1948. © ic 8Mar48: 
DU 13369. 

BEIER, CARL. 

The sunny side of the atom. Broadcast 
June 3(h 1947, by CBS Documentary 
Unit. © Columbia Broadcasting 
System, inc.; Ic 13jan48; DU12367. 

The sunny side of the atom. SEE ALSO 
Mayorga, Margaret (Gardner), ed. 
The best one-act plays, 1947-1948. 
AA83794. 

BEITLER, Julius Reginald. 
Shays' rebellion. DU12896. SEE 
Grossman, Leonard. 

BELA, NICHOLAS F. 
Peter Zenger; Anna and Peter Zenger; 
John Peter Zenger. The Zenger case; 
the first shot for a free press. A 
new play in three acts. © Mcholas 
Bela; Ic 20May48; DU14788. 
Suffer the Uttle children. REE 
Mayorga, Margaret (Gardner), ed. 
The best one-act plays, 1947-1948. 
AA83794. 

BELANGER, Mel. SEE Belanger, Merlyn 
Kenneth. 

BELANGER, MERLYN KENNETH. 
The faker, a radio drama, by Mel Belanger. 
© Merlyn Kenneth (Mel) Belanger; Ic 
8Mar48; DU 13368. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BELANGER, MERLYN KENNETH. Cont'd. 
Skater's waltz, a radio drama, by Mel 
Belanger. © Merlyn Kenneth (JAel) 
Belanger; Ic 13Nov47; DU12415. 

BELFIORE, SEBASTIANO CAMILLO. 
Llsola delle Femine, operetta in tre atti. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Sebastiano Belfiore; Ic 6Jan48; DU12274. 

BELIEVE yourself. DU12419. SEE Hutner, 
Herbert Hart. 

BEUEVERS and dreamers. DU13587. SEE 
Rosengren, Frank Duane. 

BEL JAN, JOSEPH J. 

Tela-quest, a telephone game [for radio]. 
© Joseph J. Beljan; Ic 5May48; C2589. 

BELL, Benny, pseud. SEE Samberg, Benjamin. 

BELL, Richard H. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

THE BELL on the buoy. DU15120. SEE 
Halsted, Helen. 

BELLE Jackson. DU13790. SEE Barnes, 
Walter Wade. 

BEN Yehuda. DP12207. SEE The Eternal 
Light, no. 158. 

BENDING sickle. DU15184. SEE Schick, 
Elliot. 

BENDIX Aviation Corporation. Bendix Radio 
Division. 

Facts make sales. C2340. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

BENEDICT, MIRIAM JUDITH. 
Sleening beauty, a play in three acts and 
six scenes, dramatized from the fairy 
story. © Miriam Judith Benedict; 26Sep47: 
DP13931. 

BENELU, SEM. 
La cena delle beffe; die yest. Scenario per 

cinema. 113 leaves. © Sem Benelli; Ic 

13Jan48; DU14105. 
Paura, dramma in 3 atti. [n. p., 1947]. 

255 p. © Sem Benelli; 2May47; DP14122. 

BENGIS, Diana. 
The Thornes. DU13849. SEE Bengis, Nathan 
Louis. 

BENGIS, NATHAN LOUIS. 
The Thornes, a play in three acts. © Nathan 
Bengis, Diana Bengis; Ic 8Apr48; DU13849. 

BENHAM, CHARLES CAPELL. 
The beguiled, a play in two acts. © Charles 
Capell Benham; Ic 2Mar48; DU13202. 

BENJAMIN Britten: Peter Grimes. AI-1428 
SEE Stuart, Charles. 

BENN, Mrs. Ben. SEE Benn, Gertrude Velida 

de. 

BENN, GERTRUDE VELIDA DE. 

Ah, that does itl A play in three acts, by 
Velida [pseud.] © Gertrude Velida de Benn 
(Mrs. Ben Benn); Ic 27Apr48; on additions 
and revisions; DU14241. Prev. reg. "Mere 
puppets;" 20Dec29, D4532; 9Dec30, D8319. 

BENNER, Gladys Henrietta. 
Aroanhadra. DU13137; SEE Benner, Joseph 
Henry. 

BENNER, JOSEPH HENEY. 
Aroanhadra, a play in three acts. © Joseph 
Henry Benner, Gladys Henrietta Benner; 
Ic 25Feb48; on revisions; DU13137. Prev. 



reg. lMar34; D26901. 

BENNETT, DONN H. 

Hit or miss, a man-on-the-street quiz pro- 
gram, for television. [Sample script] 
© Donn H. Bennett; Ic 12Feb48; C22C)4. 

Wit's end; twenty questions for television. 
Audition program. © Donn H. Bennett; 
Ic 29Dec47; C,?019. 

BENNETT, JAY. 
Lions after slumber, a new play in two acts. 
© Jay Bennett; Ic 3May48; DU14312. 

BENNETT, REBECCA MARIA. 
Wolf tracks, a three -act melodrama. 
© Vivian Louise Bennett; Ic 19May48; 
DU14732. 

BENNETT, Vivian Louise. 
Wolf tracks. DU14732. SEE Bennett, Rebecca 
Maria. 

BENNOT, Edra, pseud. SEE Cohen, Edward. 

BENOLOGUES. DP13502. SEE Farjeon, 
Joseph Jefferson. 

BENSON, Edward Frederic. 
Lucia's progress, and other novels. SEE 
Van Druten, John. Make way for Lucia. 
DU14604. 

BENSON, EMMANUEL M. 
New directions in French painting, an illus- 
trated lecture. © Franco-American Audio- 
Visual Distribution Center, inc.; Ic 17Mar48; 
C2456. 

BENSON, HILDA. 

Straight furrow, a play of present-day China 
[in three acts by] Hilda Benson and Eliza- 
beth Howell. [New York, Friendship Press, 
1948]. 48 p. © Friendship iress, inc.; 
5May48; DP14781. 

BENTKOVER, JACOB. 
The dream-grinder, a play in three acts. 
© Jacob Bentkover; Ic 29Mar48; DU13665. 

BENTLEY. Eric Russell. 
The good woman of Setzuan. DU12239. SEE 
Brecht, Bertolt. 

BENTLEY, Maja Tschernjakow. 
The good woman of Setzuan. DU12239. SEE 
Brecht, Bertolt. 

BENTON, RICHARD EDMUND. 
Distortion, a play in nine scenes, by Albro 
George Wynkoop, Jr. [pseud J © Richard 
Edmund Benton; Ic 5Jan48; DU12268. 

BENZ, GEORGE HAMILTON. 
Tales of Hoffmann; a revision of the transla- 
tion. In a prologue and three acts. [Text 
only] © Hamilton Benz; Ic 30Dec47; 
DU12175. 

BENZ, Hamilton. SEE Benz, George Hamilton. 

BERCOVICI, BERNARD S. 
Assault and flattery; sample script for a news 
program with special daily feature. © Ber- 
nard S. Bercovici; Ic 6May48; C2546. 

BERENBERG, Ben Ross. 
From source to consumer. DU12425. SEE 
Palca, Alfred. 

BERG, GERTRUDE. 

Me and Molly, a play in three acts. © Ger- 
trude Berg; Ic 15Apr48; DU14009. 

BERG, Lee, pseud. SEE Lichtenberg, Leo. 

BERGEN, Edgar John. SEE 
The Charlie McCarthy Siiow (Radio program) 



The Chase and Sanborn Program (Radio 
program) 

BERGER, MARSHALL WILLIAM. 
The pressure boys, a new comedy in three 
acts. © Marshall Berger- Ic 30Ian48- 
DU12658. 

BERGES, MAX L. 
Castle in the air, a dramatic play in eight 
episodes, a prologue ;md epilogue, by 
Marvin Lewis [pseud. 1 © Max L. Berges- 
Ic 18Mar48; DU13478: ' 

BERINSTEIN, JULIUS. 
Back yard, a comedy in three acts, by Julius 
Arnold [pseud.] © Julius Berinstein; Ic 
5Apr48; DU14082. 

BERK, ROGER G. 
Inquiring recorder. Radio continuity. 
© Summit Radio Corp.; Ic 21Jun48; DU15262. 

BERK, VIOLA G. 
Hello Cinderella. [Continuity] © Summit 
Radio Corp.; Ic 7Apr48; DUI3809. 

BERMINGHAM, Ted. SEE Bermingham, 
William Edward. 

BERMINGHAM, WILLIAM EDWARD. 
September ends the summer, a play in three 
acts, by Ted Bermingham. © William 
Edward Bermingham; Ic 20May48; DU14818. 

BERNA FilmgeseUschaft M.B.H. Anni. DU14980 
SEE Neufeld, Max. 

BERNARD, Jean-Jacques. 
Le theatre anglais d'hier et d'aujourd'hui. 
DP14500. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

BERNFELD, ROSE MORRIS. 
A world to build, a one-act play. © Rose 
Morris Bernfeld; Ic 30Jan48; DU12813. 

BERNSEN. Harry. 
But for this. DU13662. SEE Kessler, Sydney. 

BERNSTEIN, ALBERT A. 
The seashell. [Lecture] © Albert a. Bern- 
stein; Ic 26Jan48; C2034. 

BERNSTEIN, Robert Alan. 
Came the dawn. DU13893, 14752. SEE 
Rubenstein, Allen Seth. 

BERTE; Emil. 
Komtess' Paulin'. DU13818. SEE Imhoff, 
Fritz. 

BERTENSSON, Sergei. 
MoUere. D14698. SEE Okie, William Raybon. 

BERTON, Pierre Francois Samuel. Zaza. 
DP12441. SEE Leoncavallo, Ruggiero. 

BERTRAM, Lee, pseud. SEE Reinherz, Leona 
Gosman. 

BERUBE, MAURICE. 
The Maurice method of creative styling, pre- 
sented by Cine Coiffure Studio. A brochure. 
18 leaves. © Maurice Berube; Ic 26.ipr48, 
C2621. 

BESS, ROBERT THEOPHILUa 
Ethiopia shall stretch forth her hands to God; 
address delivered at the meeting of the 
Ethiopian vVorld Federation,inc., May 9, 
1948. © Robert T. Bess; Ic 24Jun48; 
C2756. 

BEST, BERT MORRISON. 
Gold in the air, a comedy in three acts, by 
Bert M. Best and John E. Booth. © Bert 
Morrison Best, John Erlanger Booth; Ic 
llMar48; DU13391. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BEST, CHARLES M. 
The tragedy of Gordon Reilly, a drama in 
three acts. © Charles M. Best, Jr.; Ic 
25Jun48; DU 15338. 

THE BEST one-act plays, 1947-1948. 
AA83794. SEE Mayorga, Margaret (Gardner), 
ed. 

BEST seller. SEE 

Holleran, John T. DU12098. 
Teal, Arthur E. C2703. 

BEST seller premiere. DU14123. SEE 
Fromer, Anne. 

THE BEST things in life are free. DU15024. 
SEE Greenhouse, Rebecca. 

BESTER, Alfred. SEE 
Nick Carter, Master Detective (Radio program 
The Shadow (Radio program) 

THE BETHLEHEM givers. DP12322. SEE 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

THE BETRAYAL and the crucifixion. 
DU13682. SEE The Greatest Story Ever 
Told, no. 61. 

BETROTHAL in a monastery. SEE Prokofev, 
Sergei Sergeevich. The duenna. DU14726. 

THE BETSY Ross flags in service. C2262. 
SEE Durrell, Fanny Elizabeth. 

THE BETTER half. DU14952. SEE Byrne, 
John Michael Thomas. 

BETTER to reign. DU15109. SEE Steelman, 
Norman. 

BETWEEN eyelash and cheek. DU13322. SEE 
Koehring, Vera Louise. 

BETWEEN the bookends. DP12563. SEE 
Kelley, Mary Sullivan. 

BEULWITZ, ALFRED. 
The wandering stranger, a musical comedy 
dramatic vaudeville act. 4 leaves. [Text 
only] © Alfred Beulwitz, 3r.; Ic 28Jan48; 
DU12927. 

BE VAN, DONALD JOSEPH. 
The other cheek, a play in three acts, by 
Don Bevan and Ed Trzcinski. © Donald 
Joseph Bevan, Edmund Trzcinski; Ic 26Jan48; 
DU12571. 

BEVER, Jean. 
Un monsieur tout neuf. DU12294. SEE 
Vercourt, Alfred. 

BEYOND the shadow. DU14655. SEE Richards, 

Stanley. 

BEYOND tomorrow. Dt 12757. SEE Philp, 
Peter. 

EIN BEZAUBERNDER Diener. DU12724. SEE 
Latus, Ingeborg Kappelhoff. 

BIALK, Elisa. SEE Krautter, Elisa Bialk. 

BIANCARDO, PASCAL. 
Shadowland, a play in three acts. © Pascal 
Biancardo; Ic 21May48; DU14896. 

BIANCHI, Renzo. 
Zaza. DP12441. SEE Leoncavallo, Ruggiero. 

BIBESCO, Antoine, prince. SEE Bibescu, 
Anton, principe. 

BIBESCO, ANTON, principe. 

Anne, drame en quatre actes, d' Antoine 
Bibesco. (In Les Oeuvres libres. Nouv. 



ser., no. 18 (244). Paris, A. Fayard [19471. 
p. [249^ "^"^ - ' -----'-. ,,7.„ L J 

DP1232 



p. [2491-318) © A. Bibesco; ljul47; 
OP12320. 



BIEL, NICHOLAS J. 
Sound on the goose, a play in two acts. 
© Nicholas Biel; Ic 8Jun48; DU15132. 

BIEMEL, Rainer. 
Faust. DP15124. SEE Goethe, Johann Wolf- 
gang von. 

BIG as life. DU12991. SEE Pollard, David. 

BIG boy. DU12412. SEE The Cavalcade of 
America, no. 535. 

THE BIG do. DP15155. SEE Draper, Benjamin 
Poff. 

THE BIG drop. DU15002. SEE Joekel, 
Marguerite Theresa. 

THE BIG shot. DU12584. SEE Siegel, vVilliam. 

THE BIG surprise. DP13929. SEE St. Clair, 
Robert. 

THE BIG tooth. DU15356. SEE Banks, Marjorie 
Ann. 

BIGGER, but smaller. C2329. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

BILL and the vVidowmaker. SEE Conkle, 
Ellsworth Prouty. Five plays. DP13967. 

THE BILLY goat's bluff. C2020. SEE Green, 
Mary Luckett. 

BILOWIT, IRA JACOB. 

Platonic nights, a play in three acts and an 
epilogue. © Ira Jacob Bilowit; Ic 19May48; 
DU14898. 

BIMONTE, RICHARD IRPINIO 
Storris enne pommese fram Mamma Gus. 
Including Pommese, Lille Redde Raiden Udde, 
Giecche enne binnestocche, Di tri berrese, 
and Di aggheli dagghelinghe. © Richard 
Irpinio Bimonte; Ic 12May48; C2585. 

BINDER, DAVE. 
The music master, a series of radio programs. 
Script for typical broadcast. © Dave 
Binder; Ic 14May48; DU14673. 

BING Crosby's personal radio script. DP12824. 
SEE American Broadcasting Company, inc. 

BINGHAM, Mrs. Jonathan. SEE Bingham, June 
Rossbach. 

BINGHAM, JUNE ROSSBACH. 
The unnatural children, a play in a prologue 
and three acts. © June Rossbach Bingham 
(Mrs. Jonathan Bingham); Ic 12May48; 
DU14618. 

BINGHAM, MADELEINE. 
The man from the Ministry, a comedy in 
three acts. London, S. French [1947]. 
84 p. illus. (French's acting edition, no. 
362) © Samuel French, ltd.; 31Dec47; 
DP13873. 

BIRABEAU, ANDRE. 
Le fleuve Amour, com^die en 3 actes. (In 
Les Oeuvres libres. Nouv. s^r., no. 20~ 
(246). Pans, A. Fayard [1947]. p. [213]- 
318) © Andr^ Birabeau; lSep47; DF14047. 

BIRCHARD (C. C.) and Company. 
Meet Arizona. DP12091. SEE Brown, 
George Murray. 

BIRD, CONSTANCE . 
Rough justice, a comedy in one act. London, 



English Theatre Guild [1948]. 24 p. illus. 
(Guild one act library) © Constance Bird; 
5May48; DPI 50 69. 

BIRDS from our tree. DU12489. SEE Grieco, 
Rose Florence. 

THE BIRDSEYE revue. DU14023. SEE Taylor, 
Richard Gerhart. 

A BIRDSEYE view of banking. C2289. SEE 
Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

A BIRD'S-EYE view of you. C2027. SEE 
Welch, Rhoda. Here's to health and happiness. 

BIRENBAUM, LOUIS. 
The cane, a play in one act, with prologue 
and epilogue. © Louis Birenbaum; Ic 
7Jun48; DU15121. 



THE BIRTH of a motor star. C2577. 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE 



THE BIRTHDAY CLUB (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Alfred Seymour 
Cargill. © Alfred Seymour Cargill, d.b.a. 
Universal Advertising Service. 

Nov. 16, 1947. © Ic 18Nov47; C1988. 
Nov. 17, 1947. © Ic 21Nov47; C1980. 

BIRTHDAY party. DU13925. SEE Gilmore, 
Edward Joseph. 

BIRTHDAY present. DU13099. SEE Smith, 
Robert Gordon. 



THE BIRTHDAY record. DU 14729. 
MacDonald, Bruce, pseud. 



SEE 



BISHIR, JANE. 

Intelligence, ltd. A sample television 
script. © Jane Bishir (Mrs. John 
Sebastian); Ic 27Apr48; C2501. 

John Sebastian calling, by Jane Bishir 
and John Sebastian. [Continuity] 
© Jane Bishir (Mrs. John Sebastian), 
John Sebastian; Ic llMay48; C2571. 

BITE revision. C2233. SEE Kelly, 
John Lawrence . 

BIXBY, Carl. SEE Life Can Be Beautiful 
(Radio program) 

BIZET, Georges. 
Carmen. DU13377. SEE Millington, 
Gwendolen Marjorie. 

BIZMAN, IRVING E . 
Isidore Cohen, American citizen. 

DU12492. SEE Marvin, Julie. 
Nancy from Delancey. DU12498. SEE 

Marvin, Julie. 
Yingile Bingile. [A script] © Julie 

Marvin, Irving E. Bizman; Ic 9Jan48; 

DU 12499. 

BLACHER, Boris. 
Dantons Tod. DP14712, DP14713. SEE 
Einem, Gottfried von. 

BLACK, WALTER. 
When Plymouth rocked, a new musical, 
by Walter Black and William Mendrek. 
Music by Dick Stutz, lyrics by Rick ' 
French. In two acts. [Text only] 
© Walter Black, William A. Mendrek; 
Ic 8Jun48; DU15373. 

BLACK and white. C2764. SEE Bahren- 
burg, Ann. 

THE BLACK duster. DU13713. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 557. 

THE BLACK patch. DU14864. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 487. 



10 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BLACK velvet gloves. DU13236. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 174. 

BLACKWELL, PAUL CLARK. 
Love and honey, a comedy in three acts. 
© Paul C. Blackwell; Ic 16Feb48; 
DU13116. 

BLAIR, JAMES E. 
Contest for children; J.H.S. Club. 
Program continuity for radio. © James 
E. Blair; Ic 9Apr48; C2420. 

BLAKE, Eugene Carson. SEE Sermon of 
the Week, no. 43. C2280. 

BLAKE, PEGGY ANNE. 
My love is young, a play in three acts. 

© Peggy Anne Blake; Ic 5May48; 

DU 14344. 
Nonanl. DU13052. SEE First Nighter 

(Radio program) 

BLAKE, SARAH SWAN (WELD). 
Once in a thousand years, a play of 
Anglo-Saxon times in three acts, by 
Sarah Weld. Book 1. The play. 
Ill p. illus. Bibliography: p. 107. 
© Sarah Swan Weld Blake; Ic 22Dec47; 
on additions and revisions; DU13014. 
Prev. reg. 3Jun33, D22718; 25Jul44, 
D89783; 20ct46, D6302. 

BLAKELOCK, WILLSON O. 
Your building counselor, the radio 
magazine for house and home. Script 
by Willson O. Blakelock and Edith T. 
Marrazzo. © Willson O. Blakelock; 
Ic 29Jan48; C2153. 

BLANCK, NINETTE EMMA. 
The house that Jack built; or, This 
freedom. A play in eight scenes. 
© Ninette Emma Blanck; Ic 15Jun48; 
DU15207. 

BLANEY, CECIL SPOONER. 
Ain't love grand, a comedy in three acts. 

© Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 17Mar48; 

DU13623. 
Child slaves of New York. DU15283. 

SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 
The cross roads of destiny. DU14373. 

SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 
For her body and soul. DU14372. SEE 

Blaney, Charles Edward. 
His partner's girl. DU14374. SEE 

Blaney, Charles Edward. 
Not tonight, darUng. DU14032. SEE 

Blaney, Charles Edward. 
Young Buffalo, great scout of the Wild 

West. DU13748. SEE Blaney, Charles 

Edward. 
Young Buffalo in Wall Street. DU13749. 

SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 
Yovmg Buffalo, sheriff of Angel, Arizona. 

DU13747. SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 

BLANEYj CHARLES EDWARD. 
Child slaves of New York, a play in three 

acts. © Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 

21Jun48; DU15283. 
The cross roads of destiny, a romantic 

play in four acts, by John Ritter 

[employee for hire] Acts 1-3 only. 

© Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 26Mar48; 

DU14373. 
For her body and soul, a play in three acts. 

© Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 26Mar48; 

DU14372. 
His partner's girl, a play in three acts, 

by C. T. Dazey [employee for hire] 

© Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 26Mar48; 

DU14374. 
Not tonight, darling; a comedy in three 

acts. © Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 

19Apr48; DU14032. 
Young Buffalo, great scout of the Wild 

West. A play in four acts. © Cecil 

Spooner Blaney; Ic lApr48; DU13748. 



Young Buffalo in Wall Street, a play in 

three acts. © Cecil Spooner Blaney; 

Ic lApr48; DU13749. 
Young Buffalo, sheriff of Angel, Arizona. 

A play in four acts. © Cecil Spooner 

Blaney; Ic lApr48; DU13747. 

BLASHILL, JOHN STUART. 
The man from Mars, a radio play. 
© John Stuart Blashill; Ic 25Feb48; 
DU13140. 

BLESSED are the meek. DU13194. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 57. 

BLESSED are the peacemakers. DU13880. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, 
no. 60. 

BLESSED are they that mourn. DU13482. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, 
no. 59. 

BUGHTED fruit. DU15178. SEE Edelstein, 
David Henry. 

BUND date. DP12575. SEE Kimball, Ruth 
Putnam. 

BLINTZES vs. Balloni. SEE Tramer, 
Erwin. The girl from the suburb. 
DU14074. 

BLOND, brunette, or indifferent. DU13533. 
SEE Costa, Mary Frances. 

BLOOM, GERTRUDE. 
Jerry-built, a play in three acts, by 
Gertrude A. Brams [pseud.J © Gertrude 
Bloom; Ic 20Apr48; DU14051. 

BLOOM, URSULA. 
What's in a name? A nativity play in one 
act. London, S. French [19471. 19 p. 
(French's acting edition, no. 232) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 18Dec47; DP12760. 

THE BLUE rabbit, parts 1-5. DU15285- 
15289. SEE Aunt Jenny's Real Life 
Stories, no. 2960-2964. 

BLUE Ridge. DU15249. SEE Robson, John 
LuttreU. 

BLUMENFELD, ZVI HARRIS. 
My prophet and my king, an historical 
melodrama in four acts; tr. by Saul 
Kleiman. © Zvi Harris Blumenfeld; 
Ic 3May48; DU14782. 

BLUMENTHAL, Belle. 
WilUe. DU12500. SEE Stevers, Richard. 

BLUMERT, JOSEPH. 

Chuzzlewit, a play in three acts, freely 
adapted from the novel by Charles 
Dickens. © Joseph Blumert; Ic 
20Jan48; DU12473. 

BLYTHE, LeGette. SEE Blythe, WilUam 
LeGette. 

BLYTHE, WILLIAM LEGETTE. 
Shout freedom, a symphonic drama in 
two acts, by LeGette Blythe. [Text 
only] © William LeGette Blythe; 
Ic 6May48; DU14392. 

BOARD of Parish Education, the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church. SEE Evangelical 
Lutheran Church. Board of Parish 
Education. 

THE BOARDER. SEE Booth, Phrya 
Hecker. Matty and Min in "The boarder." 
DU12521. 

THE BOARDING house reach. DP13206. 
SEE Payton, Donald. 



THE BOAT-builders. DU12095. SEE 
Anderson, Axel Wilhelm. 

BOB Strong's legacy. DU14584. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2378-1603. 

BOCHNIAK, JOSEPH JOHN. 
The barking lady. [Continuity] © Joseph 
J. Bochniak; Ic 10Mar48; DU13392. 

BOCK, Jerry Lewis. 
Big as life. DU 12991. SEE Pollard, 
David. 

THE BODY politic. DU12637. SEE 
Haussamen, Crane. 

BOE, LEONARD CLIFFORD. 
A little learning, a musical comedy in 
three acts, by Leonard Boe and Dick 
Stavig. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Richard Thorson Stavig, 
Leonard Clifford Boe; Ic 30Apr48; 
DU14284. 

BOGACH, VICTOR JOHN. 
Hello, neighbor; audition script by 
John Victor [pseud.] © Victor John 
Bogach; Ic 8Mar48; DU13694. 

BOGGS, BENTON BOONE. 
Sidesaddle Sue. Continuity, Feb. 25, 1948. 
© Polly JoMcCuHoch; Ic 25Feb48; 
DU13153. 

LA BOHEME. DU12654. SEE The Hour of 
Operatic Charm (Radio program) 

BOLAND, BRIDGET. 

Cockpit, a play in two acts. © Bridget 
Boland; Ic 19May48; DU14747. 

BCLCaiR, WILLIAM HOAR. 
The Fruitlands, a play in three acts. 

© William H. Bolger; Ic 4May48; 

DU14311. 
A ticket to Florida, a play in one act 

and two scenes. © William H. Bolger; 

Ic 6May48; DU14388. 

BOLKE, Dayton Allen. SEE AUen, Dayton. 

BOLORE, AGNES ROBERTS. 
Let's be friends, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Book and lyrics by Agnes. 
Roberts Bolore, music by G. E. 
Terranova. [Text and music on separate 
leaves]^© Giuseppe E. Terranova, 
Agnes Roberts Bolore; Ic lMar48; 
DU13205. 

BOLTON, GUY REGINALD. 

Don't listen, ladies. A comedy in two 
acts, adapted by Guy Bolton and P. G. 
Wodehouse from the French play, 
"N'^coutez pas, mesdames,' by 
Sacha Guitry. © Guy Bolton, P. G. 
Wodehouse; Ic 29Apr48; DU14273. 

Music at midnight, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Guy 
Bolton and Harry Ruby. [Text only] 
© Guy Bolton, Harry Ruby; Ic 19May48; 
DU14750. 

THE BONES of the dragon. DU12666. 
DU13209. SEE The Shadow, no. 319. 

BONFANTI, Nicolina. 
Le lacrime di Giove. DP14438. SEE 
Holt, Jack. 

BONHEUR, Lucienne Paul, pseud. SEE 
Whittaker, Lucienne. 

BONUS business. DU15333. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

"BONUS notches, pal!" DU14730. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 113. 



813050 O— 48- 



11 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE BOOK and the window. DPI 5345. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 163. 

BOOK-lovers. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on 
a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

BOOMI DU12636. SEE Jaffa, EU. 

BOOSEY and Company, ltd. 
Margaret in Fairyland. DP15167. SEE 
O'Kelly, Tim. 

BOOSEY and Hawkes, inc. 
Orpheus. DP15166. SEE StravinsMi, 
Igor I'edorovich. 

BOOTH, John Erlanger. 
Gold in the air. DU13391. SEE Best, 
Bert Morrison. 

BOOTH, PHRYA HECKER. 

Matty and Min in "The boarder, by 
Polly Booth. [Radio script], © Phrya 
Hecker Booth; Ic 23Jan48; DU12521. 

Teladventures, a 15 -minute television 
series, by Polly Booth. [Sample 
script] © Phrya Booth; Ic 20May48; 
DU14798. 

BOOTH, Polly. SEE Booth, Phrya Hecker. 

BORDER Patrol. DU13867. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2372-1597. 

BORG-Warner Corporation. Norge Division. 
Convincing Elwood. DU12650. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The perfect combination. DU12653, 

13115. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 

inc. 
Thawing Uncle Jonathon. DU13072. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Tom McClintock. DU13074. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
The warm-up. DU13070. $EE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 



BORMAIW, Erich. 
Das Perlenhemd. DP14714. 
mann, Leo Justinus. 



SEE Kauff- 



BORN leader. DU14603. SEE Babcock, 
Fred Hayes. 

BORN to dance. DU13571. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 485. 

BORN under Leo. DU13375. SEE Mac- 
Partland, George Parnell. 

BOROWITZ, EUGENE B. 
Ring around a Haman, a Purim play in 
one act, by Eugene B. Borowitz, Rav 
Soloff, and Arnold J. Wolf. © Union of 
American Hebrew Congregations; 
23Jan48; DP12940. 

BORROWED Uves. DU14516. SEE 
Brysselbout, Robert Clement. 

BORTNER, NORMAN STANLEY. 
The walnut tree, a comedy in three acts, 
by Stanley Bortner. © Norman Stanley 
Bortner; Ic 8Jan48; DU12282. 

BORTNER, Stanley. SEE Bortner, Norman 
Stanley. 



BORUFF, John Perry. 
All the wealth of this world. 
SEE Sartre, Jean Paul. 



DU14021. 



BOSTON Music Company. 
The dragon's breath. DP13763. SEE 
Whitson, Clare Harrington. 

THE BOSTON Tea Party. SEE Quinlan, 
Mary Eva. Plays for early teens. 
DP12792. 



THE BOSTONIANS. SEE Evslin, Bernard 
David. Chastity Street. DU14933. 

BOSWORTH, Robert. SEE Come to Our House 
(Television program) 

BOUDREAU, ELIZABETH B. 
The O'Flahertys; proposal for a fifteen- 
minute dramatic sketch, by Elizabeth B. 
Boudreau and Sheila Nickerson. © Eliza- 
beth Boudreau, Sheila Nickerson; Ic 
3Feb48; DU13S53. 

LES BOURGEOIS de Pont-Arcy. SEE Sardou, 
Victorien. Theatre complet. t. 10. DP15123. 

LE BOURGEOIS gentilhomme. SEE Moliere, 
Jean Baptiste Poquelin. Le Sicilien. DP12316. 

BOWDITCH, NANCY DOUGLAS. 
The Holy City, an Easter play in three epi- 
sodes. Boston, Baker's Plays [19481. 
18 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 30Jan48; 
DP12999. 

BOWIE, BEVERLEY, 
Babysitter, a comedy for radio, by Beverley 
Bowie and Jerome Ross. © Beverley 
Bowie, Jerome Ross; Ic 3Mar48; DU13689. 

BOWLES, JANE AUER. 
In the summer house, a play in three acts. 
© Jane Auer Bowles; Ic 17May48; DU14721. 

BOWMAN, PHIL. 
Greatest stories of all time. [Continuities] 
© Phil Bowman. 

2. The story of Queen Esther. © 5Apr48- 
DP14435. 

3. The story of Joseph. © 12Apr48; DP14436. 
5. The man Moses. © 19Apr48; DP14437. 

Old Cal Handy, a radio program. Episode 
no. 1: The white rabbit. © Phil Bowman- 
ljun48; DP15267. 

BOY. DU14454. SEE Mathews, Frederic John. 

THE BOY I left behind me. DU12916. SEE 
Craw, Clarence Frank. 

THE BOY Jesus in the temple. DU12184. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 22. 

THE BOY Mozart. DP13550. SEE Diack, John 
Michael. 

THE BOY Samuel. DU12181. SEE The Chil- 
dren's Chapel, no. 19. 

BOYCE, FLORENCE VICTORIA MAY LACKNER. 
Dedication; The Temple of Light is dedicated 
to peace, by Flore Ve Mayne [pseud.] 
Ritual and constitution of the Temple of 
Light. © Florence Victoria May Lackner 
Boyce; Ic 19Mar48; C2588. 

BOYD, BYRON BENNETT. 
The rim, a serio-comic drama in three acts. 
© Byron B. Boyd; Ic 7May48; DU14425. 

BOYD, Carolyn Fitzgerald Plummer. 
Paris, Mo. DU14771. SEE Miller, Stanley 
Arthur. 

BOYER, LEONARD.- 
Hey, Teach 1 A comedy about school life, in 
three acts. © Leonard Boyer; Ic 17Mar48; 
DU 13474. 

BOYLE, JAMES RALPH. 
Chico and his fighting chick. [Narration] 

7 leaves. © James Ralph Boyle; Ic 26jan48; 

C2036. 
The mighty magic mandarin; or, Why the 

goldfish always sighs. [Recording script] 

© James Ralph Boyle; Ic 29Dec47; C2026. 

BOYS, Henry. 



Albert Herring. DP14043. SEE Crozier, 
Eric. 

A BOY'S mother. DU12148. SEE Rosenhaus, 
Max. 

BRACKEN, EDWARD VINCENT. 

The Celeste Holm show; script of a special 
preview, auditioned April 20, 1948. 
© Bracken Productions, inc.; Ic 29Apr48; 
DU14268. 
.750 Smith. [Film script] 147 leaves. 
© Bracken Productions, inc.; Ic 12Dec47; 
on additions and revisions; DU12594. Prev. 
reg. 27May47; D10040. 

BRACKEN Productions, inc. 
The Celeste Holm show. DU14268. SEE 

Bracken, Edward Vincent. 
.750 Smith. DU12594. SEE Bracken, Edward 

Vincent. 

BRADBURY, Ray. 

The meadow. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. The best one -act plays, 
1947-1948. AA83794. 

BRADDELL, MAURICE. 
Baby Hamilton, comedie en trois actes, de 
Maurice Braddell et Anita Hart. Adaptation 
frangaise de Marianne Andrd [pseud.] (In 
Les Oeuvres Ubres. Nouv. ser., no. 19 
(245). Paris, A. Fayard [1947]. p. [245]- 
318) © Marianne Andre (ps. de Andr^e 
Cremer); 30Jul47; DP12318. 

BRAHMS and \Vagner, their artistic and per- 
sonal relations. C2223. SEE Hernrie(^ 
Robert. 

BRAIN, Brawn and Spirit, inc. DU12561. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 



BRAINARD, Edward Moffat. 
Television music school. DU14019. 
Kooper, Max. 



SEE 



BRALL, CARLYN. 
Johnny and Jiggs. [A monologue with music] 
Story and lyrics by Carlyn Brail, music 
by ThelmaE. Abramson. ©ThelmaE. 
Abramson, Carlyn Brail; Ic lDec47; DU12595 

BRAMS, Gertrude A., pseud. SEE Bloom, 
Gertrude. 

BRAND, OSCAR S. 
The American almanac; songs for May. 
Recording script. © Oscar S. Brand; Ic 
12Apr48; C2515. 

BRAND, WILLIAM FRANQS. 
Star performer, an audience-participation 
quiz program, for radio — screen — television, 
by Bill Brand. Episode 1. © William Francis 
Brand; Ic 10May48; DU15083. 

A BRANDLING and a barrow. DU14897. SEE 
Schram, John Michael. 



BRANSTEN, Richard. 
The Loud Patrick. DU14254. 
Ruth. 



SEE McKenney, 



BRANT, ALFRED. 
Give them everything, a play in two acts. 
© AMred Brant; Ic llMay48; DU14510. 

BRANT, NEIL. 
The mushroom cloud, a play in three acts. 
© Neil Brant; Ic 23Jun48; DU15325. 

BRANWELL. DPI 5044. SEE Richards, Aline 
Mary Campion. 

BRASH, ARTHUR FRANOS. 
Those bright tomorrows, a comedy in three 
acts, © Arthur Francis Brash; Ic 3Mar48; 
DUIS35I. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LE BRASIER de la paix. SEE Marcel, Gabriel. 
Theatre comique. DP12576. 

THE BRASS memento. DU15000.. SEE Calhoun, 
Thonnis vVatson. 

BRASSEUR, PIERRE. 
Un ange passe, piece en trois actes. Paris, 
P. Seghers, 1947. 104 p. (Le theatre 
vivant, 3) © Rerre Seghers (proprietaire 
des Editions Pierre Seghers); 30Aug47; 
DP15092. Prev. reg. 29Aug45; D unp. 95065 

BRAUN, GILBERT. 
The Adventures of Frank MerriweU. SEE 

The Adventures of Frank MerriweU (Radio 

program) 
Horatio Alger's journal. DU12812. SEE 

Braun, Ruth. 
Keys to adventure, a drama [for radio], by 

Gilbert and Ruth Braun. © Original Radio 

Productions, inc.; Ic 22Dec47; DU12505. 

BRAUN, RUTH. 
The Adventures of Frank MerriweU. SEE 

The Adventures of Frank MerriweU (Radio 

program) 
Horatio Alger's journal; script no. 1-A, [for 

radio]. By Ruth and Gilbert Braun. 

© Charles Michelson, inc.; Ic 15Jan48; 

DU12812. 
Keys to adventure. DU12505. SEE Braun, 

Gilbert. 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 
Bunches of money, a spritely farce in three 

acts, by Jack Smart [pseud.] New York, 

S. French [19471. 109 p. illus. © Samuel 

French; 28"Apr47; DPI 3976. 
The ghost plane, an exciting mystery comedy 

in three acts, lay Nan Fleming [pseud.] 

New York, S. French [19481. 1()8 p. illus. 

© Samuel French; 16Feb48; DP13975. 
Our gal Sal, a delightful comedy in three 

acts, by Peggy Fernway [pseud.] New York, 

S. French, cl947. 109 p. illus. © Samuel 

French; llDec47; DPI 3968. 
When men reduce as women do, a gay comedy 

for an aU-male cast, in one act, by Otto 

Kicks [pseud.l New York, S. French [1948]. 

34 p. illus. © Samuel French; 13Feb48; 

DP13970. 

BREAK up the act. DU12247. SEE Loeb, Jack 
Barton. 

BREAK up the act, for a barrel of dough. 
DU14111. SEE Fletcher, Helen JiU. 

THE BREAKING of nations. DU12236. SEE 
Gallenstein, Leo Jacob. 

BREAKNECK Canyon. DU12976. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2346-1571. 

BREAKWATER. DU12838. SEE HilUard, 
Frank. 

BRECHER, Irving. SEE The Life of Riley 
(Radio program) . 

BRECHT, BERTOLT. 
The good woman of Setzuan, a parable in epic 
style; English version by Maja and Eric 
Bentley. 105 leaves. © Eric Russell 
Bentley; Ic 14Nov47; DU12239. 

THE BREMEN town musicians. DU12663. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Jan. 24, 1948. 

BRETZNER, Christoph Friedrich. 
Constanza and the sultan. DU15358. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 
Amadeus. 

BREUER, BESSIE. 
Svindown Beach, a play in three acts. 
© Bessie Breuer; Ic 28May48; DU15126. 



BREWSTER, TOWNSEND TYLER. 
Look eastward, a lyric comedy in two acts. 
[Text only] © Townsend Tyler Brewster; 
Ic 28Apr48; DU14525. 

BRIDAL night. DU15303. SEE Kreig, Margaret 
B. 

THE BRIDGE. DU12693. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 514. 

BRIDGE across heU. C2547. SEE Cassidy, 
Appolonia Helen. 

THE BRIDGE that sleeps. DU12397. SEE 
Lowenstein, Milton Dewey. 

BRIDIE, James, pseud. SEE Mavor, Osborne 
Henry. 

BRIGHAM, Earl. 
>ATiat goes up. DU15066. SEE Michigan. 
State College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science. The Dionysians. 

BRIGHT Rosanna. 
Striped pants and petticoats. DU14472. SEE 
Walyce, Eugenia N. 

THE BRIGHT Ught. DU12805. SEE Weiss, 
Marvin. 

BRIGHTON, Bruce, pseud. SEE Lurch, Bruce 
John. 

BRILL, WALTER EDMUND. 

Sandy of the Starlight Trail, a juvenile one- 
act musical play, for first to third grade 
pupils. Book by Walter E. Brill, music by 
Frank T. Grasso. © Walter Edmund Brill, 
Frank Thomas Grasso; Ic 3Mar48; DU13273. 

BRILLIANT performance. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

BRILMAYER, ROBERT CHAMBERS. 
The Eye -cue game, a television show. Oct. 
31, 1947. © Robert Chambers Brilmayer; 
Ic 24Feb48; DU13066. 

THE BRIMSTONE bed. DU13085. SEE Hammil, 
Joel. 

BRINDLEY, George, pseud. SEE .Valey, Marie. 

BRING 'em back again and again. DU12645. 
SEE vVilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BRINKMAN, JULIA WIGGINS. 
Keepers of the house, a play in three acts. 
© Julia Wiggins Brinkman; Ic 21Apr48; 
DU14209. 
Overture to thunder, a play in three acts. 
© Julia Wiggins Brinkman; Ic 26Apr48; 
DU14202. 

BRIODY, DONALD FRANCIS 
Song of Algiers, an operetta in two acts. Lyrics 
by Don Briody, book by Arnold Montgomery, 
music by Kermit Victor Thompson. Based 
on the international stage success, "Under 
two flags," b: Ouida [pseud.] [Text only] 
© Arnold Montgomery, Kermit Victor 
Thompson, Donald Francis Briody, Ic 
22Jan48; DU13459. 

BRISCOE, Mrs. Herbert IV. SEE Briscoe, 
Priscilla Clarke. 

BRISCOE, PRISCILLA CLARKE. 
A Christmas fantasy, a fairy play in one act. 
© Priscilla C. Briscoe (Mrs. ilerbert //. 
Briscoe); Ic 10Feb48, DU13440. 

BRITTEN, Benjamin. 
Albert Herring. DP14043. SEE Crozier, Eric. 



BROCKWAY, Wallace. 

Autumn fever. DU12842. SEE Winer, Bart 
Keith. 

ERODE, Robert Stephen. SEE Public Prosecutor 
(Television program) 

BROKEN dishes. DU14935. SEE Kraft Tele- 
vision Theatre, no. 54. 

THE BROKEN pitcher. DU14460. SEE Kleist, 
Heinrich von. 

THE BROKEN taboo. DU14859. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 491. 

THE BRONZE ring. DU13491. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Feb. 21, 1948. 

BROOK, Harry. 
Follow the star. DP12936. SEE Gass, Irene. 

BROOKER, V/ILLIAM FAWCETT. 
Reeds in the wind, a drama in a prologue 
and three acts. © vVilliam Fawcett Brooker; 
Ic 27Jan48; DU12810. 

BROOKS, CHARLES BENTON. 
The fair sex, a play in three acts. © Charles 
Benton Brooks; Ic 19Apr48; DU14039. 

BROOKS, CLEANTH, ed. 
Understanding drama; twelve plays [ed.] 
by Cleanth Brooks [^and] Robert B. Heilman. 
674 p. © Henry Holt and Co., inc., New York; 
18Mar48; on revisions; A16675. 

BROTHER Bart. DU14969. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

BROTHER Basil. DU12715. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

BROTHER George. DU14868. SEE The Sheriff, 
no. 187. 

BROTHER Graham fights for peace. DU15226. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2396-1621. 

BROTHER to the world. DU12705. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis. (Radio program) 

BROTHERS aU. DU13364. SEE Johnson, 
Georgia Douglas. 

BROWN, Betty. 
Private McKay's ghost. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DPI 39 66. 

BROWN, DAVID. 

Builders of destiny, by Dave Brown. 
Script, Nov. 20, 1947. © Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 24Nov47; DU12155. 
Let's take a look, by Dave Brown. 
Script no. 19, Nov. 12, 1947. © Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 24Nov47; DU12157. 



BROWN, Forman. 
Naughty Marietta. 
Victor. 



DU 15234. SEE Herbert, 



BROWN, FREDERICK. 

The winding road, u play in three acts. 
© Frederick Brown; Ic 9Jun48; DU15147. 

BROWN, GEORGE MURRAY. 

Meet Arizona, a dude ranch comedy; 
operetta in two acts. Libretto by George 
Murray Brown, music by Charles vVake- 
field Cadman. Boston, C. C. Birchard 
[1947]. 142 p. illus. © C. C. Birchard 
ti Co.; 28Nov47; DP12091. 

— -^ ... Stage guide, prepared by George 
Murray Brown, dance directions by J. 
Lilian Vandevere. Boston, C. C. 
Birchard [1948]. 33 p. illus. © C. C. 
Birchard &i Co.; 27Feb48; A21294. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BROV/N, JAMES ALEXAJSIDER. 

This is my beat, a comedy sketch [for 
radio] © James A. Brown; Ic 
9Apr48; DU13926. 



BROWN, John Mason. 
Mister Roberts. DP14473. 
Thomas. 



SEE Heggen, 



BROWN, Mar got. 
Fanny, hoi DU15379. SEE Reemsnyder, 
Robert H. 

BROWN, Paul. 
Horse opera. DU12558. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

BROWN, Penny. SEE Brown, Ruby Freeman. 

BROWN, Regina. 
Tom Sawyer's morning. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty 
short plays on a royalty holiday. 
DP13966. 

BROWN, RUBY FREEMAN. 

Azilee and Suzie, the story of the antics 
of two ambitious colored girls, by 
Ruby "Penny" Freeman Brown and 
Jewell Freeman Wilms. Episode no. 1 
of a radio series. © Ruby Freeman 
Brown; Ic 15Apr48; DU14014. 

BROWN, Sara Cowley. SEE Cowley-Brown, 
Sara. 

BROWN Shoe Company. Brown Franchise 
Stores Division. 

How to sell more shoes. C2654. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

BROWNE, Margaret Gore. SEE Gore- 
Browne, Margaret. 

BROWNING, Earl S. 
The story of the first Christmas. 
DU14854. SEE Browning, Leone 
Hunter. 

BROWNING, LEONE HUNTER. 

The story of the first Christmas, a 
play in which any number may take part. 
4 p. © Leone Hunter Browning, Earl 
S. Browning; Ic 20May48; DU14854. 

BROWNING, Robert. 
The Pied Piper of Hamelin. DU12730. 
SEE Schultz, Ethel. 

BRUCE, ELEANOR MAE. 
Parisian models featuring "The new 
stare" in "Fashion follies of the fools." 
Script for fashion show. © Eleanor 
Mae Bruce; Ic 10May48; DU15097. 

BRUNER, EARLE CLARENCE. 
Human relations in supervision. 
[Lectures] © Earle C. Bruner; 
Ic each 24Feb48. 

2. Fundamentals of good supervision. 
C2226. 

3. Qualities of leadership. C2225. 

4. Discipline. C2224. 

BRUNNER, HANS. 
In diesem Zeichen wirst du siegen; 

Spiel in zelin Bildern, von John Alberich 

[pseud.] © Hans Brunner; Ic 18Dec47; 

on changed text; DU12504. Prev. reg. 

23Apr41; D74958. 
Der Song von der sonnigen Jugend, eine 

Ballade in drei Akten, von John 

Alberich [pseud.] © Hans Brunner; 

Ic 21Apr48; DU14220. 

BRUSHTAIL. DP13722. SEE Edwards, 
George Graveley. 



BRYANT, CARL. 

This is the way, a play in one act. 
© Carl Bryant; Ic 25May48; DU14998. 

BRYANT, LEE. 
Whispering shadows, a psychological 
play in three acts, by Russell Carter 
[pseud.] © Lee Bryant; Ic 30Apr48; 
DU14447. 

BRYSSELBOUT, ROBERT CLEMENT. 
Borrowed lives, a play in three acts. 
© Robert Clement Brysselbout; Ic 
llMay48; DU14516. 



BUCCIARE, Wanda A., pseud. 
Bucciarelli, Wanda Alice . 



SEE 



BUCCIARELLI, WANDA ALICE. 
The orphans, a play in three acts, by 
Wanda A. Bucciare [pseud.] © Wanda 
Bucciarelli; Ic 8Jun48; DU15138. 

BUCHANAN, THOMAS S. 
The listener's contest— grab bag. Radio 
script. © Thomas S. Buchanan; Ic 
20Feb48; DU13113. 

BUCHWALD, ARTHUR. 
No love atoll, a musical comedy in two 
acts, by Art Buchwald and Ray Pippin. 
© Raymond E. Pippin, Jr., Arthur 
Buchwald; Ic 14Apr48; DU14098. 

THE BUCKLEY dame. DU14489. SEE 
Klein, Eugenia. 

THE BUDGET as a basis for cost control. 
C2698. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 
Management conference: Management 
fundamentals, 16th day. 

BUCHNER, Georg. 
Dantons Tod. DP14712, DP14713. 
SEE Einem, Gottfried von. 

BUELOW, LEOLA. 
For no transgression, a drama in two 
acts with choreography. © Leola 
Buelow; Ic 10May48; DU14661. 

BUFFALO Billy. DP13516. SEE Kotz, 
Kathleen Murphy. 

BUGBEE (Willis N.) Company. 
Poor Hubert. DP12088. SEE Stone, 
James F. 

BUILDERS of destiny. DU12155. SEE 
Brown, David. 

BUILDING the tabernacle. DU12197. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 35. 

BUILDING your future. C2288. SEE 
Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

BULGAKOV, Mikhail Afanasevich. 
MoUere. DU14698. SEE Okie, William 
Raybon. 

BULLOCK, JIMMIE LAV/RENCE. 
The small world, a play in three acts, by 
Jim Bullock. © Jimmie Lawrence 
Bullock; Ic 10May48; DU14506. 

A BUNCH of violets. DU13154. SEE Zubek, 
Johanna. 

BUNCHES of money. DP13976. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

BUNKER, GAYNE RALPH. 

Satin smooth, an historical comedy in a 
prologue and three acts, by Ralph 
Bunker. Founded on facts in the life 
of Madame Jumel. © Gayne Ralph 
Bunker; Ic 10Feb48; DU13120. 



BUNKER, Ralph. SEE Bunker, Gayne 
Ralph. 

BUOY ahead. DU13788. SEE Rich, Maxine 
Panne y. 



BUOYANT bilUons. DU13981. 
George Bernard. 



SEE Shaw, 



BURCH, VIOLA SELTZ. 

Poor little Virgilina, a play in two acts, 
by Viola S. Burch and Ruth Dorval 
Jones. © Viola Seltz Burch, Ruth 
Dorval Jones; Ic 24May48; DU14874. 

BURGER, JOSEPH. 
It works like magic, a play in three acts, 
by Paul O' Neil [pseud. 1 © Joseph 
Burger; Ic 20Jan48; DU12454. 
It works like magic, a play in three acts, 
by Paul O'Neil [pseud.] Revised 
version. © Joseph Burger; Ic llMay48; 
DU14508. 

THE BURIED river. DU13881. SEE Miller, 
Juanita. 

BURKE, Emerson. SEE Burke, William 
Emerson. 

BURKE, WILUAM EMERSON. 
There is my home, a drama with prologue 
and two acts, by Emerson Burke. © 
WiUiam Emerson Burke; Ic 9Feb48; on 
revisions; DU12816. Prev. reg. 25Mar45; 
D92810. 

BURKE'S idea. DU13427. SEE Schaaf, 
C. Hart. 



BURKHARD, Paul. 

Casanova in der Schweiz. 
Schweizer, Richard. 



DP14711. SEE 



BURLING, MARION VAN VELZER. 
Script written for the centennial program 
of the Woman's Club of Madison, Wiscon- 
sin. In three episodes, with prologue and 
epilogue. © Marion Van Velzer Burling; 
Ic 24May48; DU 15260. 

BURNING bright. DU14290. SEE Haas, 
Irwin. 

THE BURNING bush. DP14615. SEE 
Herald, Heinz. 

BURROUGHS Adding Machine Company. 
In balance. DU15332. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

BUSFIELD, ROGER MELVIL. 
The carol of the world, a one -act 
Christmas play in two scenes. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House, cl947. 17 p. (Eldridge Christ- 
mas entertainments) © Eldridge 
Entertainment House, inc.; 10ct47; 
DP13518. 

BUSH, ABRAHAM MOSES. 
The hammer & psyche 1, a comedy in 

three acts. © A. M. Bush; Ic 4May48; 

DU14333. 
Hand in hand, a play in three acts. 

© A. M. Bush; Ic 23Dec47; DU12507. 

BUSHMAN, EDWARD C. 
Let us prey, a comedy in three acts. 
© Edward C. Bushman; Ic 13Feb48; 
DU13015. 

BUSINESS, the greatest of callings. C2506. 
SEE Conant, William H. 

THE BUSINESS wife. DU14522. SEE Madden, 
Cecil Charles. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BUSS, CARL ALFRED. 

Marriage included Mother, a comedy in 
three acts. A revision of his play 
"That age." © Carl AHred Buss; 
Ic lMar48; DU13196. 

BUT for this. DU13662. SEE Kessler, 
Sydney. 

BUTCHER, DWIGHT. 
A strange design, a comedy drama in 
three acts, by Jesse L. Triplet! [pseud.J 
© Dwight Butcher; Ic 19Apr48; DU14026. 

BUTCHER, JOHN ROBERT. 
The Inn of the Adventurous Guests, an 

original radio script. © John Robert 

Butcher (London Jack); Ic 13jan48; 

DU12330. 
Milestones of memory, an original radio 

script. © John Robert Butcher; Ic 

28Nov47; DU12219. 

BUTLER, EUzabeth A. 
The magic star. DU15165. SEE Tulik, 
Jane C. 

BUTLER, MARGARET PORTER. 
Tassy of the Embassy. [A short story for 
oral delivery] © Margaret Porter 
BuUer; Ic l3May48; C2761. 

THE BUTLER. DU12400. SEE Whittaker, 
Lucienne. 

BUTTERFIELD, WALTON. 
Operation Oblivion, an incredible and 
innocent comedy in one act, based on a 
sketch by Lafcadio Hearn in the New 
Orleans Daily Item of July 21, 1881. 
© Walton Butterfield; Ic 19Mar48; 
DU13537. 

BUTTERFUES and balsam. DP13879. SEE 
Knox, Florence Clay. 

BUTTON up, America. DU14421. SEE New - 
meyer, Sarah Webb. 

BUY a poppy? DU15274. SEE Welner, 
Ira Leslie. 

BY all odds. DU14353. SEE Lang, John 
Thomas . 

BY any other name. DU15302. SEE 
Hildreth, Gina Dessart. 

BY dawn's early light. DU14930. SEE 
Coffman, Eric Hammond. 

BY gemini. DU15365. SEE Baylor, 
Elisabeth Anne. 

BYNG, EDWARD JOHN JEFFERSON. 

An idea. [Address] © Edward John Jeffer- 
son Byng; Ic 25May48; C2713. 

A practical proposition. [Lecture] 
© Edward John Jefferson Byng; Ic 
28Apr48; C2528. 

A proposal. [Lecture] © Edward John 
Jefferson Byng; Ic 28Apr48; C2527. 

A suggestion. [Lecture] © Edward 
John Jefferson Byng; Ic 28Apr48; C2526. 

BYRNE, JOHN J. 
It's my love, a comedy in two acts and 
seven scenes. © John J. Byrne; 
Ic 15May48; DU14666. 

BYRNE, JOHN MICHAEL THOMAS. 
The better half, script for a radio program. 
July 12, 1947. © John M. T. Byrne; Ic 
26May48; DU14952. 

BYRON, George Gordon NoSl Byron, 
6th baron. Manfred. DU13337. SEE 
Schick, EUiot. 



BYRON, PAUL. 
Incidentally yours, a melodramatic 
comedy in three acts. © Paul Byron; 
Ic 20May48; DU15049. 



THE CAB that breathes. C2346. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

A CABLE from England. DU15221. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 860. 

THE CACTUS and the rose. DU14157. SEE 
Kamile, Coleman. 

CADMAN, Charles Wakefield. 
Meet Arizona. DP12091. SEE Brown, 
George Murray. 

CAESAR, Sid. 
The typical technicolor western. DU12596. 
SEE Liebman, Max. 

CAESAR'S doU. DU14928. SEE DiUon, 
Francis Joseph. 

CAFE Cosmopolitan. DU14163. SEE Gassner, 
WiUiam C. 

CAFE Everyone. DU13556. SEE Ray, Don- 
ald Richard. 

CAFETERIA. DU14880. SEE Dymow, Ossip. 

THE CAGE and the door. DU14659. SEE 
Decker, Ann Wright. 

CAHN, STUART JAY. 
Show business (tentative title), by Robert 
L. Goddard [pseud.] Continuity. 
© Stuart Jay Cahn; Ic lljun48; DU15173. 

CAHN, ZVI. 
Der kotzker rabbi. A drama in three acts. 
[Yiddish text. Includes songs] © Zvi 
Cahn; Ic 5May48; DU14531. 

CALGO. DU14778. SEE Strickland, Jan. 

CALHOUN, EDWARD JOSEPH. 

Irish confetti, a musical play by Edward 
Joseph Calhoun and Helene Wright 
Leslie, with music by Robert Parks 
Michel. Act 2, scene 2: A place to 
dance. [Text only] © Edward Joseph 
Calhoun. Helene Wright Leslie; Ic 
24May48; DU14929. 

Irish confetti, a musical play by Edward 
Joseph Calhoun and Helene Wright 
Leslie, with music by Robert Parks 
Michel. Act 2. scene 3: A hiring hall 
at the docks. [Text only] © Edward 
Joseph Calhoun, Helene Wright Leslie; 
Ic 10May48; DU14511. 

CALHOUN, THONNIS WATSON. 
The brass memento, a play in verse. 
24 leaves. © Thonnis Watson CaUiovui; 
Ic 25May48; DU15000. 

THE CAUFORNIA centennial. DU12675. 
SEE Mauck, Tack A . 

CALIFORNIA comes of age. SEE Mauck, 
Jack A. The California centennial. 
DU12675. 

CALKINS, Clinch, pseud. SEE Merrell, 
Marion Calkins. 

CALL by voice. C2769-2770. SEE 
Freestone, Arthur. 

A CALL from Rosita. DU15229. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2399-1624. 

CALL it winter. DU13669. SEE Olson, 
Pershing OrviUe . 



CALL me a genius. DU14169. SEE Marko, 
Robert. 

CALL me Mac. DP12994. SEE Cox, Theodore 
St. John. 

CALL the composer. DU14960. SEE Zwoboda, 
Arthur Edward. 

CALL THE POLICE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Peter Barry. 
© Lever Brothers Co. 

1. June 1, 1948. The case of the missing 
marrow-bone. © Ic 23jun48; DU15313. 

3. June 15, 1948. The case of the golden 
archer. © Ic 23jun48; DU15312. 

CALLAHAN, F. Howard. SEE Sermon of the 
Week, no. 48. C2285. 

CAME the dawn. DU13893, DU14752. SEE 
Rubenstein, Allen Seth. 

CAMILLE. DU12170. SEE Root, Helen L. 

CAMP, JOSEPH CUNTON. 
A wife between us, a comedy in three acts, 
by Mark Lore [pseud.] and Jonny Stevens 
[pseud, of James Lawrence Crawl © Joseph 
CUnton Camp; Ic 8Mar48; DU13362. 

CAMPAIGN summer. DU15318. SEE Jensen, 
Eileen Stith. 

CAMPANA Sales Company. SEE First Nighter 
(Radio program) 

CAMPBELL, ISABELLE B. 
The greatest of these, a religious play in two 
acts. © Isabelle B. Campbell; Ic 21Jan48; 
DU12585. 

CAMPBELL, JEAN HAMILTON. 
Joy of living, a guide to human behavior. A 
radio program presentation including sample 
programs and outlines for 26 programs. 
© Jean Hamilton Campbell. 

1. What is your goal in life? © Ic 14May48; 
DU15053, 

2. How do you feel about growing older? 
© Ic 14May48; DU15054. 

The relative trap, a radio play. © Jean 
Hamilton Campbell; Ic 28Apr48; DU14233. 

CAMPBELL, LESLIE MICHAEL. 
Decisive episodes of chivalry, a three -act 
play. © Leslie Michael Campbell; Ic 
22Mar48;DU13993. 

THE CAMPBELL career salesman. C2655. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

CAMPBELL Soup Company. 
The Campbell career salesman. C2655. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Doing a good job of display. C2656. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Looking in, the story of your company and 

your future. C2657. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Your advertising. C2658. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Crganization, inc. 

CAMPFIRES and spotlights. DU13580. SEE 
PickreU, Edna June Terry. 

CAMPOCERRADO. DU13734. SEE Real de la 
Riva, Cesar. 

CAN we still do business with Latin America? 
C2418. SEE Ballagh, Thomas Carter. 

CANDEE, MARJORIE DENT. 
The Samaritans, a play in three acts. 
© Marjorie Dent Candee; Ic 16Jun48; 
DU15279. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CANDID shot. DU13269. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 482. 

THE CANDY basket's party. DP12470. SEE 
Wayne, Kathryn. 

CANDY Jameson. DU14616. SEE Markopoulos, 
Peter George. 

THE CANE. DU15121. SEE Birenbaum, Louis. 

CANNON, Blanche. SEE Up and Down the Spales 
(Radio program) 



CANTOR, RHODA 
Mister florid. [ 
Cantor; Ic 24Feb48; DUl5o65 



Mister »^orld. [Radio script] © Rhoda 
' 306E 



CAPELLE, OUVER BAMPTON. 
Voices of yesterday. Feb. 1948 audition of 
radio program. © Oliver B. Capelle; 
Ic 24Feb48; DU13092. 

CAPONE. SEE Graham, Lewis. Westbrook 
Pegler's Capone. DU14777. 

CAPSULE comedy. C2580. SEE Rogoff, Elias 
M. Gagology, no. 2. 

CAPTAIN Applejack. DU13896. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 47. 

CAPTAIN Plume presents. DU13686. SEE 
Reinherz, Leona Gosman. 

THE CAR of the year— years ahead! C2760. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CARBON copies of 1948. DU13358. SEE 
Verbelovsky, Gerald. 

CARE cuts cost. C2558. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

CAREER at stake. DU14687. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 857. 

CAREERS in home economics. SEE Schrock, 
Margaret. 

CARGILL, Alfred Seymour. SEE The Birthday 
Club (Radio program) 

CARGO for ClarabeUe. DU15292. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2402-1627. 

CARIBBEAN cruise. DU12301. SEE Thompson, 
Kay. 

CARLSON, EMMONS C. 

Our daily bread, a story for the screen. 
142 leaves. © Emmons C. Carlson; Ic 
8Mar48; DU13357. 

CARLSON, WALFRED RICHARD. 
Count Cash, a new radio quiz program. 
Format [and sample script] © WaJfred 
Richard Carlson, Jr.; Ic 26Apr48; C2503. 

CARLTON, R. M., pseud. SEE Morgenstern, 
Richard. 

CARLTON, SAM. 

From A to Z, radio's newest, different and 
most exciting monev show. [Continuity] 
© Sam Carlton; Ic 25Feb48; DU13188. 

CARMEN. SEE 
Millington, Gwendolen Marjorie. DU13377. 
Taylor, Harold Vaughn. A modern version 
of Carmen. DP14433. 

CARMI, AWNER. 
And out of the strong came forth sweetness; 
a screen story in dialogue form about the 
Siena pianoforte, the piano of Victor Emanuel 
HI, ffing of Italy. By Avner Carmi. 11 leaves. 
© Awner Carmi; lMar48; DP14439. 



CARO, Mae, pseud. SEE Sulzberger, May. 

THE CAROL of the world. DP13518. SEE 
Busfield, Roger Melvil. 

CARPENTER, EDWARD CHILDS. 
Beau Benjamin, a comedy in three acts, about 
Benjamin Franklin in I aris. © Edward 
Childs Carpenter; Ic I3jan48; DU13019. 

CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. 
The conspirators, a play in one act. London, 

S. French [1947], 25 n. illus. (French's 

acting edition, no. 349) © Samuel French, 

ltd.; 3Dec47; DP12776. 
Green cars go east, a play in two acts. London, 

S. French [1947]. 87 p. illus. (French's 

acting edition, no. 630) © Samuel French, 

ltd.; 31Dec47; DF12773. 
Interlude, a play in one act. London, S. French 

[1947]. 25 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 

no. 348) © Samuel French, ltd.; 3Dec47; 

DP12771. 
The wise have not spoken, a drama in three 

acts. London, S. French [1947]. 71 p. 

lUus. (French's acting edition, no. 308) 

© Samuel French, ltd.; 280ct47; DP12120. 
The wise have not spoken I A drama in three 

acts. © Paul Vincent Carroll; Ic llFeb48; 

DU13125. 



CARROLL, Peter. 
Margaret in Fairyland. 
O' Kelly, Tim. 



DPI 51 67. SEE 



CARROLL, ROBERT FRANCIS. 
The faded proof, a play in one act. © Robert 

Francis Carroll; Ic 22Mar48; DU13546. 
Heat lightning, a play in one act. © Robert 

F. CarroU; Ic 22Mar48; DU13544. 
Heir to the throne, a play in one act. © Robert 

Francis Carroll; Ic 23Mar48; DU13561. 

CARRUTHERS, P. Barry, pseud. SEE Martinez 
de Rivas, Patricia. 

CARSTENS, CATHERINE ELLIS WILKINSON. 
Rumpelstiltskin, a play in five scenes. 
© Assn. of Junior Leagues of America, inc.; 
19Jan48; DP12941. 

CARTER, ARTHUR PHILIP. 

vVeb of fear, a play in three acts. © Arthur 
PhiUp Carter; Ic 19Feb48; DU12992. 

CARTER, Conrad C . 
The babes in the wood. DP13935. SEE 

PoUey, Sydney Arthur. 
Vintage '93. DP12762. SEE killings, Eric. 

CARTER, LESLIE H. 
At the risk of his life, a short burlesque on 

the old time "meller-drammar," for 2 men 

and 1 woman. San Francisco, Banner Play 

Bureau, cl948. 9 p. © Baimer Play Bureau, 

inc.; lMar48; DP13729. 
Good-bye, little Eva; a burlesque on the dyingj 

scene oi Eva, with apologies to "Uncle Tom s 

cabin." San Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, 

cl948. 14 p. © Banner Play Bureau, inc.; 

lMar48; DPI 3730. 
Matrimony a la Mexico, a comedy in one act. 

San Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, cl948. 

13 p. © Banner Play Bureau, inc.; lMar48; 

DP13728. 
The razzberry, a comedy in one act. San 

Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, cl948. 13 p. 

© Banner Play Bureau, inc.; lMar48; 

DP13725. 

CARTER, Russell W., pseud. SEE Bryant, Lee. 

CARTOON. DU14648. SEE Farwell, Arthur. 

CARTOON teletales. DU15378. SEE Luchsinger, 
Chuck. 

CARUSO, Andrew. 
The unknown American. DU12557. SEE 



Harkrider, John. 

CARVER, ADA JACK. 
In times Hke these; or. For you and me — to- 
morrow. A romantic comedy in four acts. 
© Ada Carver (Mrs. John B. Snell); Ic 
llFeb48; DU12854. 

CASA Musicale Sonzogno. 
Zaza. DP12441. SEE Leoncavallo, Ruggiero. 

CASANOVA in der Schweiz. DP14710, DP14711. 
SEE Schweizer, Richard. 

CASE (J. I.) Company. 
The saga of Sawdust Sam, the almost careful 
dummy. C2429. SEE Nelson, Harold E. 

THE CASE of David Guttman. DP15031. SEE 
Citron, Samuel Joseph. Headline parade, 
V. 2, no. 4. 

THE CASE of the broken heart. DU14364. SEE 
Monroe, Florence Mae. 

THE CASE of the dormitory thefts. DU12894. 
SEE Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 100. 

THE CASE of the rhyming gangster. DU14212. 
SEE The Casebook of Dr. Conrad, Criminolo- 
gist, no. 2. 

CASE of ... 
For additional titles beginning "Case of ..." 
see the following radio programs: 

Call the Police. 

David Harding, Counterspy. 

Gang Busters. 

Nick Carter, Master Detective. 

Public Prosecutor, 

Treasury Agent. 

A CASE on MaUory. DU12570. SEE McCaU, 
Leo Thomas. 

THE CASEBOOK OF DR. CONRAD, CRIMINOLO- 
CaST (Radio program) 

Scripts In this series are by Kenneth Jackson 
Tarpley and Vera Chamberlain Tarpley. 
© Kenneth Jackson Tarpley, Vera Chamberlain 
Tarpley. 

1. The man who wouldn't be an angel. © Ic 
8Mar48; DU14211. 

2. The case of the rhyming gangster. © Ic 
8Mar48; DU14212. 

3. I have been a good boy. © Ic 8Mar48; 
DU14213. 

CASEY at the bat. SEE Farina, Joseph John. 
There was no joy in Mudville. DU14446. 

CASH for caps. C2413-2414. SEE Jessop, 
Charles A. 

CASH on the line. DU14617. SEE Kagan, 
Bernard. 

CASH or carry. DU15364. SEE Howard, 
Bernard. 

CASSIDY, APPOLONIA HELEN. 

Bridge across hell, a radio adaptation, from 
the novel of the same name by Jessie 
Emerson Moffat. © Appolonia Helen Cassidy; 
Ic 29Mar48; C2547. 

CASTEEL, EUamae. SEE The Mystery Castie 
(Radio program) 

» 

CASTINE. DP14825. SEE Greenbie, Sydney. 

CASTING today. DU15151. SEE Sadowsky, 
Sally H. 

THE CASTLE. DU14376. SEE Harvey, 
Leve ridge. 

CASTLE in Manhattan. DU12599. SEE 
Dinsmore, Herman Henry. 



16 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CASTLE in the air. DU13478. SEE Berges, 
Max L. 

THE CASTLE of hatred. DU14755. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Apr. 24, 1948. 

CASTLE of light. SEE Raymond, Marguerite 
Viola. The white knight. DU14124. 

CASTLE Square. DU14996. SEE Schmidt, 
Charles Albert. 

CASTLE Terrible. SEE We ingarten, Aaron. 
Countess CagUari. DU12174. 

CASTRO FERNANDEZ, HECTOR ALFREDO. 
Eaux noires (Aguas negras); piece en trois 
actes, de MarizancSne [pseud.] © Mari- 
zanclne, ps. de Castro Fernandez; Ic 
3Dec47; DU12296. 

CATHCART, WILLIAM ELUOT. 
Silence in the heart, a play in three acts. 
© William ElUot Cathcart; Ic 26May48; 
DU15096. 

CAUGHT off guard. DU12919. SEE Pack, 
Harvey. 

CAUSE in humor. C2436. SEE Rogoff, Elias 
M. Humorology, no. 14. 

THE CAUSE of fires in airplane, auto and rail- 
road accidents. C2507. SEE Rickmire, 
Ara P. 

THE CAUSE of malaria. C2463. SEE Roe, 
James. 

THE CAUSE of Newtonian tension. C2295. 
SEE Watterson, John Ambrose. 

THE CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (Radio program 
Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., unless 
otherwise indicated. 

533. Sept. 15, 1947. Return to glory, by 
Garrett Porter. © Ic 8Jan48; DU12291. 

535. Sept. 29, 1947. Big boy, by Brice 
Disque, Jr. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12412. 

536. Oct. 6, 1947. Of such is the kingdom, 
by Theodore R. Nathan. © Ic 19Jan48; 
DU12413. 

537. Oct. 13, 1947. The forge, by Joseph 
Cochran. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12414. 

539. Oct. 27, 1947. The admiral who had no 

name, by Russell Hughes. © Ic 31Mar48; 

DU13717. 
542. Nov. 17, 1947. Hurry Up Yost, by Arthur 

Arent. © Ic 31Mar48; DU13709. 
544. Dec. 1, 1947. Towards the horizon, 

by Halsted vVelles. © Ic 3lMar48; DU13708. 
548. Dec. 29, 1947. Powhatan's daughter, by 

PrisciUa Kent. © Ic 31Mar48; DU13718. 

550. Jan. 12, 1948. The conscience of Black 
Dan 1, by Russell Hughes. © Ic 31Mar48; 
DU13715. 

551. Jan. 19, 1948. Sheriff Teddy, by Halsted 
Welles. © Ic 3lMar48j DU13716. 

552. Jan. 26, 1948. Perfect union, by Virginia 
RadcUffe. © Ic 31Mar48; DIJ13710. 

554. Feb. 9, 1948. Mr. Lincoln goes to the 
play, by Russell Hughes. © Ic 31Mar48; 
DU13714. 

555. Feb. 16, 1948. The alerting of Mr. 
Pomerantz, by Paul Peters. © New Yorker 
Magazine; Ic 20Apr48; DU15172. 

556. Feb. 23, 1948. This way to tomorrow, by 
Robert Cenedella. © Ic 31Mar48; DU13711. 

557. Mar. 1, 1948. The black duster, by 
Virginia RadcUffe. © Ic 31Mar48; DU13713. 

558. Mar. 8, 1948. No greater love, by 
Virginia RadcUffe. © Ic 31Mar48; DU13712. 

559. Mar. 15, 1948. Paging Miss Ellen, by 
Virginia RadcUffe. © Ic 16Jun48; DU15240. 

560. Mar. 22, 1948. The President and the 
doctor, by Welbourn KeUey. © Ic 16Jun48; 
DU15241. 



561. Mar. 29, 1948. Roses in the rain 
by Virginia RadcUffe. © Ic 16Jun48; 
DU15242. 

562. Apr. 5, 1948. Woman of steel, by 
Lucy Kennedy and Philip Lewis. © Ic 
16Jun48; DU15243. 

564. Apr. 19, 1948. Winner takes life, by 
Bernard Victor Dryer. © Ic 16Jun48; 
DU 15244. 

565. Apr. 26, 1948. Lee of Virginia, by 
Virginia RadcUffe . © Ic 16Jun48; DU15245. 

566. May 3, 1948. Thunder on the Hudson, 
by Russell Hughes and Virginia RadcUffe. 
© Ic 16Jun48; DU15246. 

567. May 10, 1948. ViUage doctor, by 
Russell Hughes. © Ic 16Jun48; DU15247. 

THE CAVALCADE of Jewish music. C2296. 
SEE Friedman, Susie Michael. 

CAVALLERIA rusticana. DU13283. SEE The 
Hour of Operatic Charm (Radio program) 

CAVANAUGH, JANE FRANCIS. 
Fashion circus. [Radio scripts] © Jane 
Francis Cavanaugh; Ic each 8Dec47. 

1. Peter calls to see Jerry. DU13224. 

2. Jerry and Helen at the office. DU13223. 

3. Jerry and Helen at home. DU13221. 

4. Staff conference. DU13222. 



THE CAVE of the Winds. 
Shafer, EUzabeth Jane. 



C2525. SEE 



CAYENNE. DU14214. SEE Harding, Jack. 



CEALIS (Max) Editions. 
Messieurs mon mari. DPI 231 7. 
Ghilain, Eddy. 



SEE 



CECIL, PETER. 
The challenge, a play in three acts. 

© Peter Cecil; Ic 18Dec47; DU12256. 
Homeward to glory, a play in three acts. 

© Peter Cecil; Ic 3Jun48; DU15106. 

CEDRIC'S return. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. 
DP13087. 

THE CELESTE Holm show. DU14268. SEE 
Bracken, Edward Vincent. 

UN CELUI qui ritorque de I'faponde. 
DU14403. SEE Games, NeUoRunee. 

LA CENA delle beffe. DU14105. SEE 
BenelU, Sem. 

CENEDELLA, Robert. 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition. SEE 

Reader's Digest — Radio Edition (Radio 

program) 
This way to tomorrow. DU13711. SEE 

The Cavalcade of America, no. 556. 

CENTENNIAL cavalcade. DU13276. SEE 
Gray, Fred. 

CENTENNIAL State. SEE Malmberg, PhilUpp 
George. Col-O-Rado. DU14889. 

CENTURY Library, inc. 
Flnrndora. DU14596. SEE Orman, Max. 
Robin Hood. DU12480. SEE WilUams, 
Bar re D. 

CENTURY Metalcraft Corporation. 
Arranging programs. C2360. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Arranging programs from advertising 

leads. C2323. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Arranging programs on call backs and 

service calls. C2326. SEE Handy (Jam) 

OrganizaUon, inc. 
Arranging programs on the delivery call. 

C2325. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



Arranging programs on the sales call. 

C2341. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 

inc. 
Arranging programs through the research 

or survey method. C2342. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Helping the hostess help you. C2324. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

CERF, KURT. 

Flair, a play in three acts, by Kurt Cerf 
and Mildred Fields. © Kurt Cerf; 
Ic 9Apr48; DU14101. 

SmaU courtesy, a play in three acts, by 
Kurt Cerf and Mildred Fields. A re- 
vision of their play, "Flair." © Kurt 
Cerf; Ic ljun48; DU15113. 

CERTIFIED Prescription Drug Stores 
announcement. C2021. SEE Wakefield, 
Arthur Frank. 

CERTIFIED Prescription Drug Stores are 
located all over town. C2022. SEE 
Wakefield, Arthur Frank. 

THE CHALLENGE. SEE 
Cecil, Peter. DU12256. 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 73. 
DU14838. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
Trendle-Merrill, unless otherwise in- 
dicated. © ChaUenge of the Yukon, inc. 

512. Jan. 3, 1948. The silent one. 
© Ic 19Jan48; DU12691. 

513. Jan. 10, 1948. Tago, the haU-breed. 
© Ic 19Jan48; DU12692. 

514. Jan. 17, 1948. The bridge by Trendle- 
Joyce. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12693. 

515. Jan. 24, 1948. The loyalty of Chief. 
© Ic 19Jan48; DU12694. 

516. Jan. 31, 1948. The pamphlet. © Ic 
16Feb48; DU12963. 

517. Feb. 7, 1948. The red herring. © Ic 
16Feb48; DU12964. 

518. Feb. 14, 1948. The Klondike Palace. 
© Ic 16Feb48; DU12965. 

519. Feb. 21, 1948. Aunt Em. © Ic 
16Feb48; DU12966. 

520. Feb. 28, 1948. Silvertip. © Ic 
10Mar48; DU13826. 

521. Mar. 6, 1948. The debt, by Trendle- 
Joyce. © Ic 10Mar48; DU13827. 

522. Mar. 13, 1948. Witness for the Crown, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 10Mar48; 
DU13828. 

523. Mar. 20, 1948. King comes home. 
© Ic 5Apr48; DU13854. 

524. Mar. 27, 1948. The wire-haired terrier. 
© Ic 5Apr48; DU13855. 

525. Apr. 3, 1948. Scent of murder, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13856. 

526. Apr. 10, 1948. Rusty. © Ic 
5Apr48; DU13857. 

527. Apr. 17, 1948. The lesson. © Ic 
5Apr48; DU13858. 

527. Apr. 24, 1948. Rusty. © Ic 5May48; 
DU14575. 

528. May 1, 1948. False aUbi. © Ic 
5May48; DU14576. 

529. May 8, 1948. The mail robbery. © Ic 
5May48; DU14577. 

530. May 15, 1948. The milUon dollar 
case, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 5May48; 
DU14578. 

531. May 22, 1948. Murder at the El 
Dorado, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 17May48; 
DU14690. 

532. May 29, 1948. The Rainbow claims, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 4Jun48; 
DU15224. 

CHALLENGE of the Yukon, inc. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 

CHALLENGE to murder. DU13245. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 165. 



17 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHAMBERLIN, Norwood. SEE First 
Nighter (Radio program) 

THE CHAMBERMAID. DU13775. SEE 
Schoenstadt, Helen Elizabeth. 

CHAN, Raymond. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

CHANCEREL, Le'on. 
Una tradition the'atrale. DP14502. SEE 
Arnold, Paul, ed. 

CHANDLER, Delight Dellert. 
Because I love you. DU12395. SEE 
Chandler, Douglas Myron Herbert. 

CHANDLER, DOUGLAS MYRON HERBERT. 
Because I love you, a play in three acts, 
by Douglas and Delight Chandler. 
© Douglas Myron Herbert Chandler; 
Ic 12Jan48; DU12395. 

CHANGING sealed units in household refrig- 
erators. C2664. SEE Handy (Jam) Organiza- 
tion. 

CHANSON gitane. DP13570. SEE Mouezy- 
Eon, Andr^. 

CHAPMAN, TEDWELL. 
The deadly dove, a new comedy mystery 
in three acts, based on a novelTof the 
same title] by Rufus King. © Tedwell 
Chapman; Ic 26Jan48; DU12642. 

CHAPPELL and Company, inc. 
Rue des Anges. DP14834. SEE Hamilton, 
Patrick. 

CHARACTER sketches from Charles Dickens. 
DP12777. SEE Jones-Evans, Eric. 

CHARADIO. DPI 3386. SEE Katcher, 
Gertrude M. 

CHARELLE, Helen, pseud. SEE Schoenstadt, 
Helen Elizabeth. 

CHARGE it, please. DP14630. SEE Knapp, 
Bettye . 

CHARIS Corporation. 

Charis sales presentation book. C2343. 

SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Help yourself to independence. C2345. 

SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Pattern for success. C2344. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 

CHARIS sales presentation book. C2343. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

CHARITY. SEE Walsh, James M. Six 
characters for an actress. DP13498. 

THE CHARLIE MCCARTHY SHOW (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
Edgar John Bergen. Scripts prior to Jan. 
11, 1948, have title: "The Chase and 
Sanborn Program." © Edgar John Bergen. 

Jan. 11, 18, 1948. © Ic each 26Jan48; 

DU 133 30 -13331 
Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 1948. © Ic each 16Feb48; 

DU13332-13333. 
Feb. 8, 15, 22, 1948. © Ic each lMar48; 

DU13334-13336. 
Feb. 29, Mar. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1948. © Ic 

each 5Apr48; DU13804-13808. 
Apr. 4, 11, 1948. © Ic each 19Apr48; 

DU14030-14031. 
Apr. 18, 25, May 2, 9, 1948. © Ic each 

21May48; DU14845-14848. 

CHARLING Music Corporation. 
The air-ventures of Johnny Stamp. 
DP13762. SEE Mayer, Natalie. 



CHARM School. DU14884. SEE Fromer, 
Anne. 

CHARMING Carol Mae. DU14173. SEE 
Sulzberger, May. 

CHARTING the course in retail selling and 
merchandising. C2352. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

CHASE, James Hadley, pseud. SEE Raymond, 
Rene. 

CHASE, LLOYD. 

Love, honor and O'Day; a musical comedy 
in two acts. [Text only] © Lloyd Chase; 
Ic 12May48; DU14597. 

CHASE, Robert Willard. 
Shall we merge? DU13596. SEE Yeager, 
Kenneth Abbott. 

THE CHASE AND SANBORN PROGRAM 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by Edgar John Bergen. © Edgar John 
Bergen. 

Dec. 21, 28, 1947: Jan. 4, 1948. © Ic each 

13Jan48; DU12362-12384. 
Scripts beginning Jan. 11, 1948, have title: 

"The Charlie McCarthy Show." 

CHASSMAN, J-achim. SEE Highways and 
Byways to Music (Radio program) 

CHASTITY Street. DU14933. SEE Evslin, 
Bernard David. 

CHATTEL mortgages. C2207. SEE Spencer, 
Albert E . 

CHEATHAM, MARY LOUISE KEMPE. 
Tricycle trio, an action poem for three 
little girls or boys, by Mary Louise 
Kempe. 1 leaf. © Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lMay48; DPI 5072. 

A CHECK. C2543. SEE Armanino, Dominic 
Carl. 

CHECKER boy. DU14266. SEE Uhrig, 
Mary Florence. 

CHECKING and savings services. C2290. 
SEE Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

THE CHEERIO clinic. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. 
DP13087. 

CHEEVER, John. 
Townhouse. DU14826. SEE Tonkonogy, 
Gertrude . 

CHEKHOV, Anton Pavlovich. 
The cherry orchard. DU13661. SEE Davis, 

Fitzroy. 
The darling. DU12723. SEE McLaughlin, 

Robert. 

CHELSEA Reach. DU12244. SEE Madden, 
Cecil Charles. 

CHEMICAL stability in refrigerating systems. 
C2665. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

CHENEY, John. 
The business wife. DU14522. SEE Madden, 
Cecil Charles. 

CHERNLAVSKY, JOSEF. 
Cut the picture, an original new musical 
audience-participation show, featuring 
Josef Cherniavsky and his orchestra. 
[Text only] © Josef Cherniavsky; 
Ic 5May48; C2562. 

THE CHERRY orchard. DU13661. SEE 
Davis, Fitzroy. 



CHESSLER, MAURICE. 
Crosswords and music, a radio and 

television novelty. Audition no. 3148. 

© Maurice Chessler; Ic 2Mar48; 

C2268. 
Is my face red? A radio program. 

© Maurice Chessler; Ic 8Jan48; C2156. 
Steeplechase, a quiz program for radio or 

television. Audition script no. 8-99. 

© Maurice Chessler; Ic 26Feb48; C2240. 

CHESTNUT, WILLIAM AUSTIN. 
Goodbye, baby, a play in three acts. 
© William A. Chestnut; Ic 20Jan48; 
DU 12474. 

CHESTNUTS. DU12845. SEE Shunney, 
Walter Joseph. 

CHETHAM-STRODE, WARREN. 
A play for Ronnie, a play in three acts. 
London, H. F. W. Deane; Boston, W. H. 
Baker Co. [1947h 69 p. ("Deane's" 
series of plays) © Warren Chetham 
Strode; 290ct47; DP12804. 



CHEVIGNY, Hector. 
Mr. Sultan and Sherry Zahd. 
SEE Wesely, Evelyn M. 



DU13472. 



CHEVROLET Motor Division, General 
Motors Corporation. SEE General Motors 
Corporation. Chevrolet Motor Division. 

CHEWING Gum. SEE Modave, Paul. 
Papaguay. DU15141. 

CHEYETTE, HERBERT BASIL. 
Also, the little ones. A play in three 
acts. © Herbert Cheyette; Ic 14May48; 
DU14636. 

CHI fece per I'amore il gran rifiuto. 
AF7302. SEE Salvatore, Sacerdote Limzzo. 

CHICHESTER, WILLIAM TAYLOR. 
The Ninth commandment, a comedy of 
Victorian virtue. 33 leaves. © WiUiam 
Taylor Chichester; Ic 17May48; DU14697. 

CHICK Groos no. 1. C2397. SEE WuUf, 
Robert Groos. 

CHICO and his fighting chick. C2036. SEE 
Boyle, James Ralph. 

CHICOINE, MARTIN J. 
The young Uke you, a modern miracle play 
in five parts. New Y )rk. Candlelight 
Guild, C1948. 26 leaves. © Martin J. 
Chicoine; Ic 8Jan48; DU13436. 

CHIDSEY, ALAN LAKE. 
Happy will tomorrow be, a new musical 
comedy in two acts. Book and lyrics by 
Alan Lake Chidsey, music by G. Alex 
Kevan. © Alan Lake Chidsey, George 
Alex Kevan; Ic 13Apr48; DU13946. 

CHILD, NELUSE. 
Sister Oakes, a play in three acts. 
© Nellise Child; Ic 27Jan48; DU12921. 

CHILD development; extension worker. 
DU15060. SEE Schrock, Margaret. 
Careers in home economics, no. 7. 

CHILD of Light. DU14722. SEE Harriman, 
Colby Neville. 

CHILD slaves of New York. DU15283. SEE 
Blaney, Charles Edward. 

CHILDE Roland to the dark tower came. 
DU13492. SEE Let's Pretend, Feb. 28, 
1948. 

THE CHILDREN of Israel. SEE Ressler, 

Benjamin. Die kinder fon Yisroel. DU13298. 



18 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHILDREN of the Harp. DU12790. SEE 
Darlington, Anne. 

CHILDREN of Vienna. DU14804. SEE Vas, 
Steven. 

THE CHILDREN'S CHAPEL (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are adapted from the 
Holy Bible by Robert E. A. Lee. © Board 
of Parish Education, the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church; Ic each 2Jan48. 

16. Jonah. DU12178. 

17. Daniel's deliverance. DU12179. 

18. Ruth. DU12180. 

19. The boy Samuel. DU12181. 

20. The Good Samaritan. DU12182. 

21. Parable of the talents. DU12183. 

22. The boy Jesus in the temple. DU12184. 

23. The lame man healed at the temple. 
DU12185. 

24. Moses and visit from Jethro. DU12186. 

25. Moses before Pharaoh. DU12187. 

26. The plagues in Egypt. DU12188. 

27. Israel leaves Egypt. DU12189. 

28. Crossing the Red Sea. DU12190. 

29. Water to drink. DU12191. 

30. The quail and tha manna. DU12192. 

31. Water from the rock. DU12193. 

32. Jethro's suggestions. DU12194. 

33. God speaks the law to Israel. DU12195. 

34. The golden calf. DU12196. 

35. Building the tabernacle. DU12197. 

36. Moses' work finished. DU12198. 

THE CHILDREN'S enemy. SEE Balbo, 
Anselmo. II nemico del fanciulU. DP14504. 

THE CHILDREN'S garden. DP14631. SEE 
Sumerau, Dorothy Lehman. 

THE CHILL of death. DU13208. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 318. 

THE CHILTERN Hundreds. DU12481. SEE 
Home, William Douglas. 

CHINA poblana. DU15098. SEE Power, 
Rhoda Dolores. 

THE CHINESE moths. DU15400. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 81. 

CHIPMAN, KARYL KANET. 
Testament to freedom, a trilogy for radio. 
Contents.— Pt. 1, Prelude to doom.— Pt. 2, 
Time of darkness. — Pt. 3, Mankind 
awakes. © Karyl Kanet Chipman; Ic 
27Jan48; DU12598. 

CfflPMAN, Nettie Myra. 
Captain Plvune presents. DU13686. SEE 

Reinherz, Leona Gosman. 

CHODOROV, EDWARD 
Signor Chicago, a comedy in three acts. 
© Edward Chodorov; Ic 15Dec47; DU12243. 

CHOOKOORIAN, Guy. 
Gesoorus. DU14600. SEE Danlelian, Leo. 

CHCX)SE a firm cloud. DU14126. SEE 
Donath, Stella Marie. 

CHOPIN, Fryderyk Franciszek. 
Polonaise. DU12519. SEE Moe, Osborne 
Rangvall. 

CHORPENNING, CHARLOTTE (BARROWS). 
Little Red Riding Hood, a play in three 
acts. © Assn. of the Junior Leagues of 
America, inc.; 21Mar48; DP13606. 

CHRISTIE, CATHERINE (ALLISON). 
The phantom ship, an operetta in one act. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House, C1947. 49 p. © Eldridge 
Entertainment House, inc.; 15Dec47; 
DP13526. 



THE CHRISTMAS candle wish. DU13141. SEE 
Hoppes, Emma Dreher. 

THE CHRISTMAS carol. DU12716. SEE Price, 
John Lemar. 

A CHRISTMAS carol. SEE Farr, Hilda Butler. 
Dickens' Christmas carol. C2705. 

THE CHRISTMAS Eve mystery. DU13613. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 64. 

A CHRISTMAS fantasy. DU13440. SEE Briscoe, 
PrisciUa Clarke. 

A CHRISTMAS story. DU14369. SEE Rottman, 
Milton A . 

CHRISTMAS through the ages. DP14481. SEE 
Speerschneider, Ethel. 

A CHRISTHMS tree is born in Cleveland. DU12167 
SEE Searles, Leon Roscoe. 

CHRYSLER Corporation. Dodge Division. 
So you want thrills I DU12651. SEE vWlding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

CHRYSLER Corporation. Plymouth Division. 
Micky Flynn. DU14530. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

THE CHURCHMAN. SEE Sermon of the Week 
(Radio program) 

CHUZZLEWIT. DU12473. SEE Blumert, 
Joseph. 

CINDERELLA. SEE 

Hollywood Recordo-Script Service. DPI 5415. 
Rice, Ann Marshall. DP12566. 

CINNA. DP12315. SEE Corneille, Pierre. 

CIRCUS day. C2521. SEE Kelley, Francis 
Beverly. Dailey Bros. Circus, no. 2. 

CIRCUS quiz. C2523. SEE Kelley, Francis 
Beverly. Dailey Bros. Circus, no. 3. 

CIRCUS wild beasts. C2522. SEE Kelley, 
Francis Beverly. Dailey Bros. Circus, no. 1. 

THE CISCO KID (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by James McCracken. 
© Frederic W. Ziv Co. 

175A. The Cisco Kid and the broken seal. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12136. 
176A. The Cisco Kid and the great fire. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12137. 
177A. The Cisco Kid and the counterfeiters. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12138. 
178A. The Cisco Kid and the mysterious 

wrecks. © Ic 4Apr47; DU12139. 
179A. The Cisco Kid and the hidden treasure. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12140. 
180A. The Cisco Kid and the lip-reading 

barber. © Ic 4Apr47; DU12141. 
181A. The Cisco Kid and the hangman's noose. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12142. 
182A. The Cisco Kid and the poisoned water. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12143. 
183A. The Cisco Kid and the double murder. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12144. 
184A. The Cisco Kid and the clay disguise. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12145. 
185A. The Cisco Ifld and the murdering mayor. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12147. 
186A. The Cisco Kid and the faded cloth. 

© Ic 4Apr47; DU12146. 
279A. The Cisco Ifld and the wolf raid. 

© Ic 4Dec47; DU12224. 
280A. The Cisco Kid and the murderous 

seflorita. © Ic 4Dec47; DU12225. 
281A. The Cisco Kid and the best shot in 

the West. © Ic 4Dec47; DU12226. 
282A. The Cisco Ifld averts a war. © Ic 



4Dec47: DU12227. 
283A. Tne Cisco Kid and the murderous 

foreman. © Ic 4Dec47: DU12228. 
284A. The Cisco Kid and the reluctant thief. 

© Ic 4Dec47; DU12229. 
285A. The Cisco Kid and the Dinsmore 

ghosts. © Ic 4Dec47; DU12230. 
286A. The Cisco Kid and the prize fighter. 

© Ic 4Dec47; DU12231. 
287A. The Cisco Kid and the trip to Cheyenne. 

© Ic 4Dec47; DU12232. 
288A. The Cisco Kid and the girl who accused 

him of murder. © Ic 4Dec47; DU12233. 
289A. The Cisco Kid and the pilot locomotive. 

© Ic 4Dec47; DU12234. 
290A. The Cisco Kid and the white lie. 

© Ic 4Dec47; DU12235. 
291A. The Cisco Kid and the freighters' fight. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12333. 
292A. The Cisco Kid and the dynamite. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12334. 
293A. The Cisco Kid and the doctor's poison. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12335. 
294A. The Cisco Kid and the crippled ouUaw. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12336. 
295A. The Cisco Kid and the hidden tunnel. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12337. 
296A. The Cisco Kid and the desperate 

rancher. © Ic 12Jan48; DU12338. 
29 7A. The Cisco Kid and the romantic 

swindle. © Ic 12Jan48; DU12339. 
298A. The Cisco Kid and the villainous 

scientist. © Ic 12Jan48; DU12340. 
299A. The Cisco ffid and the doctor's 

disgrace. © Ic 12Jan48; DU12341. 
SODA. The Cisco Kid and Pancho's dive. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12342. 
301A. The Cisco Kid and the blundering Don. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12343. 
302A. The Cisco Kid and the man who tried 

to go straight. © Ic 12Jan48; DU12344. 
303A. The Cisco Kd and the skinflint banker. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12345. 
304A. TheCisco Kd and the bridge of death. 

© Ic 12Jan48; DU12346. 
305A. The Cisco Kid and the mysterious 

scream. © Ic 12Jan48; DU12347. 
306A. The Cisco Kid and the silver mine 

explosion. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12755. 
307A. The Cisco Kid and the soldier hoax. 

© Ic 3Feb48; DU12754. 
308A. The Cisco Kid and the slow death by 

poison. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12753. 

309. The Cisco Kid and the range war. 
© Ic 3Feb48; DU12752. 

310. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw's child. 
© Ic 3Feb48; DU12751. 

311. The Cisco Ed and the vanished rancher. 
© Ic 3Feb48; DU12750. 

312A. The Cisco ffid and the fiery trap. 

© Ic 3Feb48; DU12749. 
313A. The Cisco Kid and the eastern lover. 

© Ic 3Feb48; DU12748. 
314A. The Cisco Kid and the safe in the 

cellar. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12747. 
315A. The Cisco Kid and the golden nightmare. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13288. 
31 6A. The Cisco Kid and the garrulous old man. 

© Ic 3Mar48;DU13289. 
317A. The Cisco Ifld and the killers who 

changed places. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13290. 
318A. The Cisco Kid and the avalanche of 

snow. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13291. 
319A. The Cisco Kid and the crooked wheel. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13292. 
320A. The Cisco Kid and the river fight. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13293. 
321A. The Cisco Kid and the reporter's 

story. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13294. 
322A. The Cisco Ifld and the lady-killer. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13295. 
323A. The Cisco Kid and the guns in the trees. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13296. 
324A. The Cisco Kid and the forest fire. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13297. 
325A. The Cisco Kid and the gun-less victory. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13286. 
'326A. The Cisco Kid, the life-saver. © Ic 

3Mar48; DU13287. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE CISCO KLD Cont'd. 

327A. The Cisco Kid in the hands of the 

killers. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14189. 
328A. The Cisco Kid and the murderous 

convicts. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14190. 
329A. The Cisco Ifld and the sorry senorita. 

© Ic 26Apr48; DU14191. 
330A. The Cisco Sid and the kiUer boss. 

© Ic 26Apr48; DU14192. 
331A. The Cisco Kid and the rancher's 

murder. © Ic 26Apr48: DU14193. 
332A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

couldn't spell. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14194. 
333A. The Cisco Kid and the man who flipped 

a coin. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14195. 
334A. The Cisco Ifld rides to the rescue. 

© Ic 26Apr48; DU14196. 
335A. The Cisco Kid and the twice-spoiled 

senorita. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14197. 
336A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw's knife. 

© Ic 26Apr48; DU14198. 
337A. The Cisco Kid and the mission bell. 

© Ic 26Apr48; DU14199. 
338A. The Cisco Kid and the sheriff's election. 

© Ic 26Apr48; DU14200. 
339A. The Cisco Kid and the man who walked 

away. © Ic 21May48; DU14805. 
340A. The Cisco Kid and the secret tunnel. 

© Ic 21May48; DU14806. 
341A. The Cisco Kid and the backward horse 

show. © Ic 21May48; DU14807. 
342A. The Cisco Kid and the store -keeper's 

front. © Ic 21May48; DU14808. 
343A. The Cisco Kid and the words that 

Pancho heard. © Ic 21May48; DU14809. 
344A. The Cisco Kid and the hidden Brahmas. 

© Ic 21May48;DU14810. 
345A. The Cisco Kid and the cowardly killer. 

© Ic 21May48; DU14811. 
346A. The Cisco Kid and the blackmailer. 

© Ic 21May48; DU14812. 
34 7A. The Cisco Kid and the sheriff who lost 

his nerve. © Ic 21May48; DU14813. 
348A. The Cisco Kid and the dishonorable 

thieves. © Ic 21May48- DU14814. 
349A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw ranger. 

© Ic 21May48; DU14815. 
350A. The Cisco Kid and the unwanted deposit. 

© Ic 21May48; DU14816. 
351A. The Cisco IQd and the brother turned 

killer. © Ic 14Jun48; DU15190. 
352A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw's tunnel. 

© Ic 14Jun48; DU15191. 
353A. The Cisco Kid and the murdering 

masqueraders. © Ic 14Jun48; DU15192^. 
354A. The Cisco Kd and the prospector's map. 

© Ic 14Jun48; DU15193. 
355A. The Cisco Kid and the racer's whiplash. 

© Ic 14Jun48; DU15194. 
356A. The Cisco Kid and the birthday horse. 

© Ic 14Jun48; DU15195. 
357A. The Cisco Kid and the Indian giver. 

© Ic 14Jun48; DU15196. 
358A. The Cisco Ifld and the double double- 
cross. © Ic 14Jun48; DU15197. 
359A. The Cisco Kid and the feudin' colonel. 

© Ic 14Jun48; DU15198. 

CITIES Service Band of America. DU15314. 
SEE Petroleum Advisers, inc. 

CITIZEN-of-the-month award luncheon address. 
C2235. SEE Pierce, Marston Arnold. 

aTRON, Abraham Frederick. SEE 
Innocent Bystander ? (Radio program) 

CITRON, SAMUEL JOSEPH. 
Headline parade, a dramatization of current 
events of Jewish interest. © Jewish 
Education Committee of New York, inc. 

volume 1. 

3. © 14Jan46; DP15035. 

4. © 15Mar46; DP15036. 

5. © 13May46; DP15037. 
volume 2. 

1. The Negev. © lNov46; DP15028. 



2. United Jewish appeal, 1947. © 13Dec46; 
DP15029. 

3. Toward a new Jewish Ufe. © 7Jan47; 
DPI 5030. 

4. The case of David Guttman. © 14Mar47; 
DP15031. 

5. Jackie sees a diplomat. © 28Apr47; 
DP15032. 

6. The Palestine report — United Nations. 
© 20Oct47; DPI 5033. 

7. A Jewish state. © lDec47; DP15034. 
volume 3. 

1. The Gaon of Vilna. © 15Mar48; DP14633. 

2. Haganahl © 25Apr48; DP15027. 

The little people, a play. New York, Jewish 
Education Committee of New York [19451. 
32 p. illus. © Jewish Education Committee 
of New York, inc.; 10Jun45; AA81989. 

A CITY for Josette. DP14958. SEE Paulus, 
Margaret. 

CITY life. DU12163. SEE Spiezia, Anthony. 

THE CITY morgue. DU12486. SEE Schaber, 
Eric Carl. 

A CITY not forsaken. DP12802. SEE Turner, 
Margaret. 

CLAIR, Huston, pseud. SEE Hagerup, Frederik 
The odor. 



CLAIRE Handy's boss. 
Sternberg, Paul. 



DU13817. SEE 



CLAPP, JOHN MANTLE. 
Utilitarian writing for a trade association. 

Lecture no. 1. © John Mantle Clapp; Ic 

15Apr48; C2440. 
Utilitarian writing for a trade association. 

Lecture no. 2: Words. © John Mantle Clapp; 

Ic 27Apr48; C2516. 

CLARK, ALYSIA. 
Of goddesses and glamour, a television 
fashioncast. © Alysia Clark; Ic 19Apr48; 
C2465. 

CLARK, GLADYS BAKER. 
Rosie, a play. 30 leaves. © Gladys Baker 
Clark; Ic 26Feb48; DU13225. 

CLARK, HAL. 
The man said — , a play in one act, with 
prologue and epilogue; by Hal Clark and 
Frank Davis. © Grace Nichols (stage name, 
Grace Dunbar Nile); Ic 14Apr48; DU14354. 

CLARK, JOHN WESLEY. 
Maintaining a healthful condition of the 
cuticle of the sldn. A talk delivered March 
20, 1948. © John W. Clark; Ic 22Mar48; 
C2299. 

CLARK, ROBERT WAYNE. 
Heads up! An operetta on safety, in one act. 
Book and lyrics by Robert Wayne Clark and 
D. WiUard Zahn, music by Ralph Federer. 
Vocal score. Philadelphia, T. Presser C )., 
cl948. 60 p. © Theodore Presser Co.; 
lMar48; DP13733. 

CLARKE, Lance Northup. 
Goya rides again. DU12161. SEE Spickers, 
Reed Hutchins. 

CLARKSON, PAUL STEPHEN. 
Tom Jones, the romance of a foundling; a 
sentimental comedy in a prologue and three 
acts. Adapted from the novel of Henry 
Fielding, by Paul S. Clarkson and Joseph 
H. Purdy. [Includes words and music of one 
song] © Paul S. Clarkson, Joseph H. Purdy; 
Ic 4Jun48; on revisions; DU15111. Prev. 
reg. 6Feb47; D7421. 

CLARKSON, RONALD. 



Fundamental procedure for coating compressed 
tablets. [Lecture] © Ronald Clarkson; 
Ic 9Apr48; C2462. 

THE CLASSICS, so help them. SEE Hayes, 
Lynne. Dream me another. DU14164. 

THE CLASSROOM of the world. DU14142. 
SEE Fletcher, Helen JiU. 

CLAUDEL, Paul. 
T^moignages, essais, dtudes. DP14499. 
SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

CLAUDIA Proculla. DU13038. SEE 
Richardson, Eos Petty. Portrait gallery 
of Bible women. 

CLAY, Bertha M., pseud. 
Thorns and orange blossoms. DU12852. 
SEE Mountjoy, M. Waltfer. 

CLAYTON, Myles, pseud. SEE Ford, Hazel 
G. 

CLEANUNESS is next to godliness. DU14970. 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio pro- 
gram) 



CLEARY-FOX, Elena. 
The tolerant husband. 
Har court,- Dudley. 



DP12764. SEE 



CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne. 
The adventures of Tom Sawyer. SEE 

Lichtenberg, Leo. The world's great 

stories: Episode from "The adventures 

of Tom Sawyer." DU13777. 
The man who corrupted Hadleyburg. 

DU12853. SEE EvsUn, Bernard. 

CLEMENT, Victor. 
Mail and female. DU14883. SEE Reisfeld, 
Bert. 

CLEMENT, VICTOR KELEMEN. 

The promised land, a play in two acts. 

© Victor Kelemen Clement; Ic 16Feb48; 

DU12911. 
Spring sonata, a play in three acts, five 

scenes. © Victor Clement; Ic 27Apr48; 

DU14231. 

CLEMENTS, AUce V. SEE Horn and Hardart 
Children's Hour (Radio program) 

CLEMENTS Company, inc. SEE Horn and 
Hardart Children's Hour (Radio program) 

CLEMMONS, Lawrence G. 
Bing Crosby's personal radio script. 
DP12824. SEE American Broadcasting Co., 
inc. 



CLIFFORD, George. 
Romance on the river. 
Drake, Constance. 

CLIFT, Denison. 
Immortelle. DU15397. 
Lillian Sturgiss. 



DU14136. SEE 



SEE Clift, 



CLIFT, ULLIAN STURGISS- 
Immortelle, a play in three acts, by Lillian 
Sturgiss CUft and Denison Clift. 
© Denison Clift; Ic 3jun48: DU15397. 

THE CUMAX comes up bobby sox. DU14861. 
SEE Dr. Christian, no. 489. 

CLOCK Publishing Company, inc. 
Triple H Rancli time. C2294. SEE Coombs, 
Gloria. 

CLOHECY, MARIE M. 

Story book time, by Marie M. Clohecy; 
adapted to radio by Janet Sacanoff . 
3 leaves. © Marie M. Clohecy; Ic 5Jan48; 
DU12867. 



20 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CLOTIELD. DU14993. SEE Graham, Pearl 
May. 

A CLOUD of witnesses. SEE Eastman, Fred, 
ed. One-act plays of spiritual power. 
DP15231. 

THE CLOWN who ran away. DU13540. SEE 
Seller, Conrad. 

THE CLUB Albatross. DU14875. SEE Hecker, 
Lawrence George. 

CLUBB, HAVELYN LAVONIA. 
Run-away Geechee, a play in three acts. 
© Havelyn Lavonia Clubb; Ic 25Feb48; 
DU13098. 

THE CLUE of the catcher's mitt. DU13677. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 76. 

THE CLUE of the drapery cord. DU13390. 
SEE Fixler, Alvin. 

COAR, BARBARA RUTH. 
Cutalossa, a play in four acts. © Barbara 
Ruth Coar; Ic 3May48; DU14601. 

COBEY, HERBERT T. 
The minstrel boy, a play in three acts 
and an epilogue. © Herbert T, Cobey; 
Ic 9Mar48; DU13372. 

COBURN, MARY. 
Madam President, a play in three acts. 
© Mary Coburn; Ic 18Mar48; DU13534. 



COCA -Cola Company, inc. 
Shooting script for a film. 
Time, inc. 



C2147. SEE 



COCHRAN, Joseph. 
The forge. DU12414. SEE The Cavalcade 
of America, no. 537. 



COCHRANE, Marian Beach. 
The fairy number tree. DU13997. 
Cochrane, Priscilla Graham. 



SEE 



COCHRANE, PRISCILLA GRAHAM. 
The fairy number tree, an educational 
play for juveniles, by Priscilla G. 
Cochrane and Marian Beach Cochrane. 
In three acts. 8 leaves. © Marian Beach 
Cochrane, Priscilla Graham Cochrane; 
Ic 17Mar48; DU13997. 

A COCKtoAsclepius. DU12608. SEE 
Kubly, Herbert Oswald. 

COCKPIT. DU14747. SEE Boland, Bridget. 

COCKTAIL in Hollywood. DU12378. SEE 
Zachary, Loren Ludwig. 

COFFEY, EDWARD HOPE. 
There's no fool, a play in three acts, by 
Edward Hope [pseud.] © Edward Hope 
Coffey, Jr.; Ic 15May48; DU14680. 

COFFMAN, ERIC HAMMOND. 
By dawn's early Ught, a dramatic com- 
position. 107 leaves. © Eric Hammond 
Coffman; Ic 24May48; DU14930. 

COHEN, EDWARD. 

The Thames, a musical play in three acts, 
by Edra Bennot [pseud.] Text only. 
© Edward Cohen; Ic 9Mar48; DU13380. 

The Thames, a musical play in three 
acts, by Eora Bennot [pseud.] Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Edward 
Cohen; Ic 7Apr48; on revisions and 
addition of music; DU13850. 

COHEN, IRENE F. 
Mrs. Simpkins makes a talk, and other 
monologues, by Irene Irwine [pseud. 1 
New York, Dramatists Play Service Tl947j. 
50 p. © Irene F. Cohen; 19Dec47; DP12483, 



COLBIN, Irene. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

COLE, Alonzo Deen. 
The witch's tale. SEE Weingarten, Aaron. 
Countess Cagliari. DU12174. 

COLE, BENTON. 
To fight alone, a play in three acts. 
© Benton Cole; Ic 27May48; DU15160. 

COLE, Joseph H. 
Bring 'em back again and again. DU12645. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Everything under control. DU12647. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The girl who upped her sales. DU12644. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Nine out of ten. DU13841. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Oregon and its natural resources. C2554. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Washington and its natural resources. 

C2553. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 

inc. 
Where our money goes. DU13071. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

COLE, RUTH HAGGIN. 
Lily of Tombstone; or, The triumph of 
virtue. A melodrama of the 1880's, in 
three acts. © Ruth Haggin Cole; Ic 
12May48; DU14533. 

COLEMAN, EUZA MEEKINS. 
The straight and narrow path to heaven. 
A religious drama in seven parts. 
© Eliza Meekins Coleman; Ic 16Apr48; 
DU14107. 

COLEMAN, HAMILTON. 
Shakespeare and the Bible, a recording of 
borrowed thoughts. [Lecture]. 15 leaves. 
© Hamilton Coleman; Ic 2Feb48; C2064. 

COLEMAN, LUCILE LEWIS. 
From where I sit, a moimtain fantasy in 
four scenes. © Lucile Coleman; Ic 
7Jan48; DU12278. 

COLES, Stedman. SEE Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

COLEY, THOMAS LUTHER. 
The happiest years, a comedy in three 
acts, by Thomas Coley and William 
Roerick. © Thomas Luther Coley, 
William George Roerick; Ic 23Apr48; 
DU14574. 

A COLLECTION. C2406. SEE Armanino, 
Dominic Carl. 

COLLECTION basket. DU12811. SEE Levy, 
Charles S. 

COLLIER, Shirley. SEE Collier (Shirley) 
Agency. 



COLLIER (Shirley) Agency. 
The burning bush. DP14615. 
Heinz. 



SEE Herald, 



COLLINS, BARBARA, 
Vendor of verse, a radio program. © Mrs. 
Barbara Collins; Ic 20Jan48; DU12477. 

COLLINS, ROBERT. 
Most embarrassing moments; radio script 
Mar. 10, 1948. in the series "Dessert 
with Ameche. © George H. Hartman 
Co.; Ic 12Mar48; DU13410. 

COLLYER, Bud. SEE CoUyer, Clayton. 



COLLYER, CLAYTON. 
Round trip, an interview program 
dedicated to the commuter, by Bud 
Collyer and Marian S. Collyer. 
Presentation scripts for morning and 
evening shows. © Clayton Collyer; 
Ic each 2Mar48; DU14414-14415. 

COLLYER, Marian S. 
Round trip. DU14414-14415. SEE Collyer, 
Clayton. 

COLODZIN, ROBERT S. 
It aU began, a series of television programs. 
[Sample script]^ © Robert S. Colodzin; 
Ic 4Jun48; DU15276. 

COLOGNE on my shoulder. DU12957. SEE 
Barstock, Joseph. 

COLOMBYRE. SEE Marcel, Gabriel. 
Theatre comique. DP12576. 

THE COLONEL stays in bed. DU13121. 
SEE House, Frederick William. 

THE COLONEL'S daughter. DU14591. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2385-1610. 

THE COLOR conscious conscience. SEE 
Lockridge, Irene. Angelette no. n-teen 
thousand and three. DU14640. 

COLOR scheme. DU13067. SEE Talenfeld, 
Leonard. 

COL-O-RADO. DU14889. SEE Malmberg, 
Phillipp George. 

COLOSIMO, ELIE THOMAS. 
A divine tragedy. [One-act play] (In The 
Steelworker News, Feb. 1, 1948, p. 1, 8) 
© Elie Thomas Colosimo; lFeb48; 
B5-3743. 

COLUMBIA Broadcasting System, inc. 
Among ourselves. DU12368. SEE Panitz, 

Sol. 
Arrows in the dust. DU15134. SEE Andrist, 

Ralph. 
Frontiers of science. C2251. SEE Howe, 

Quincy. 
Let's Pretend. SEE Let's Pretend 

(Radio program) 
Play ball! DU15133. SEE Tunick, Irve. 
Report card. DU13811. SEE Monroe, 

Charles S. 
The sunny side of the atom. DU12367. 

SEE Beier, Carl. 

COLUMBO. DU 14450. SEE Hunt, Mrs. Cecil 
Sloat. 

COLUMBUS. DU 14451-14452. SEE Hunt, 
Mrs. Cecil Sloat. 

COME as you are. C2471. SEE Stern, 
Alan. 

COME live with me. DU13325. SEE Land, 
Charles Theodore. 

COME TO OUR HOUSE (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Sheila Stone 
and Robert Bosworth. 

1. © Sheila Stone; Ic 15Apr48; DU14013. 

2. © S. Stone Productions; Ic 21Apr48; 
DU14143. 

3-4. © S. Stone Productions; Ic each 

26Apr48; DU14379-14380. 
5. © Sheila Stone; Ic 29Apr48; DU14279. 

COME tu ml vuoi. SEE Pirandello, Luigi. 
As you desire me. DU13324. 

COME what may. DU12160. SEE Kanln, 
.Garson. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



COMEDY movie theatre. DU13914. 
SEE Zwirn, Bernard Phillip. 

COMES the evolution. DU13303. SEE 
Greenberg, Emanuel Martin. 

COMING in two by two. DU14468. SEE 
Windham, Verbie Sanders. 

COMMAND decision. DP12567. SEE Haines, 
WilUam Wister. 

COMMANDER Halliday returns. DU13266. 
SEE Dr. Christian, no. 479. 

commander's wife. DU15414. SEE 
Harrington, Lowell. 

COMMERCIAL propaganda; Abella system. 
C2271. SEE Abella, Luis Rafael. 

COMMUNITY Chests and Councils, inc. 
Everybody benefits, everybody gives 
C2038. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

CONACHY, Margaret Lee. 
Red hot air. DU14269. SEE Pierce, 
Emily Stanton. 

CONANT, WILUAM H. 
Business, the greatest of callings. 
[Address] © William H. Conant; Ic 
23Apr48; C2506. 

CONCORDIA Publisliing House. 
Eight Christmas plays for children. 
AA71097. SEE Krug, AmeUa Charlotte. 

CONDITIONAL sales. SEE Spencer, Albert 
E. Chattel mortgages. C2207. 

CONDYUS, PAUL. 

Echoes from Broadway, a radio script, 
prepared by Paul Condylis, Robert Giro 
Gigante and William Jordan WoUf . 
© Paul Condylis, William Jordan Wolff, 
Robert Giro Gigante; Ic 17May48- 
DU14693. 

THE CONGREGATION of the dead. DP12209 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 156. 

CONGRESSIONAL investigator. DU14131. 
SEE Thompson, Palmer. 

CONKLE, ELLSWORTH PROUTY. 

Five plays. New York, S. French [1947]. 
363 p. iUus. Contents. — Paul and the blue 
ox.— The delectable judge.— Bill and the 
Widowmaker. — 49 dogs in the meathouse. — 
Johnny Appleseed. © Ellsworth Prouty 
Conkle; 30Dec47; DP13967. 

Papa never done nothing, much. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DPI 3966. 

CONKLING, LOUISE BRAMAN. 
A stranger to the system, a play in three acts. 
© Louise Braman ConkUng; Ic 17May48; 
DU14701. 
The waiting game, a play in three acts. 
© Louise Braman Conkling; Ic 17May48; 
DU 14700. 

CONNELL, EDGAR NEWTON. 
Hackamore reinsman, a series of lectures 
for delivery, by Newt Lennoche [pseud.] 
Lectures no. 1-15. © Edgar Newton Connell; 
Ic each 23Apr48; C2595-2609. 

CONNELL, Howard. 
Stop the music. SEE 
Salter, Harry. C1999. 
Stop the Music (Radio program) 

CONNELLY, DENNIS HUBERT. 
Menaced, a drama in three acts. © D. Hubert 
Connelly; Ic 20Feb48; on revisions; DU13007. 
Prev. reg. "Crucible;" 120ct33; D24660. 



CONNELLY, MARCUS COOK. 

A story for strangers, a fantasy in two acts, 
by Marc Connelly. © Marc ConneUy; Ic 
2Jan48; DU12171. 

THE CONQUEROR. SEE Pavlo, Hattte May 
(Delkin), Hamilton. DU 14332. 

THE CONSCIENCE of Black Dan' 1. DU13715. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 550. 

THE CONSPIRATORS. DP12776. SEE CarroU, 
Paul Vincent. 

CONSTANDUROS. MABEL (TILLING) 
The gentle shade, a play in one act, by Mabel 

Constanduros and Howard Agg. London, 

S. French [1947]. 29 p. iUus. (French s 

acting edition, no. 1015) © Samuel French, 

ltd.; 3Dec47; DP12775. 
A snake on Sunday, a light comedy in one act, 

by Mabel Constanduros and Howard Agg. 

London, S. French [1947]. 28 p. illus. 

(French's acting emtion, no. 1406) © Samuel 

French, ltd.; 3Dec47; DP12767. 
Uncle Gabriel, a summer comedy in one act, 

by Mabel Constanduros and Howard Agg. 

London, S. French [1948]. 36 p. illus. 

(French's acting emtion, no. 299) © Samuel 

French, ltd.; 2Mar48; DPI 3936. 

CONSTANTINIDES, Gus James. 
Automobile safety jingles for radio. C2119- 
2130. SEE Roche, William Bosworth. 

CONSTANZA and the sultan. DU15358. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. 

CONSUMER credit and G. I. loans. C2305. SEE 
Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

CONTEST for children. C2420. SEE Blair, 
James E. 

CONTINENTAL Illinois National Bank and 
Trust Company of Chicago. 
Promises we live by. DU12646. SEE 
Wilding Kcture Productions, inc. 



CONTROL of oral diseases. 
Kelly, John Lawrence. 



C2234. SEE 



CONTROLUNG your behavior. C2637. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management con- 
ference: Human relations, 4th day. 

CONVERSE, Allan. 
Glory goal. DU12555. SEE Harkrider, John. 

CONVERSION equipment for mine power. 
C2217. SEE Morton, William Robert. 

THE CONVERSION of Ferdys Pistora. SEE 
Moss, Irving Maxwell. The great reform. 
DU14127. 

CONVINCING Elwood. DU12650. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

COOIC, JONATHAN B. 
The problem of a world basic philosophy. 
[Lecture] © Jonathan B. Cook; Ic 31Mar48; 
C2386. 

COOK, RAY MARCUS. 

King Solomon and the bee, a musical play in 
two acts. © Union of American Hebrew 
Congregations; 15Jul47; DP12939. 

COOK, WILLIAM. 
What is love? By William "Bill" Cook. 
[Poem] © Record Music Corp.; Ic 25Mar48; 
C2517. 

COOLING waters. DU14692. SEE White, 
Elizabeth Pope. 



COOMBS, GLORIA. 
Triple H Ranch time, by Gloria Coombs and 
Georgia C. Nicholas. IContinuityl © Clock 
Pub. Co. 



C. Nicholas. [Continuity] ( 
., inc.; Ic 15Mar48; C2294. 



COONS, RUDOLPH. 

Pigs I A one -act play for French clubs. 
© Rudolph Coons; Ic 2Feb48; DU12670. 

COOPER, LESTER. 
Story sweepstakes, a new dramatic radio game. 
© Fremantle Overseas Radio, inc.; Ic 
9Apr48; DU14359. 

COOPERSMITH, Jerome. 
Caught off guard. DU12919. SEE Pack, 

Harvey. 
Here's how. DU12427. SEE Pack, Harvey. 
What's wrong here? DU12920. SEE Pack, 
Harvey. 

COPEAU, Jacques. 
L'amour medecin [et] Le malade imaginaire. 

DP12314. SEE MoliSre, Jean Baptlste 

Poquelin. 
Le Sicilien [et] Le bourgeois gentilhomme. 

DP12316. SEE Moli^re, Jean Baptiste 

PoqueUn. 

COPPING, Rosalind Mia. 
Wiedersehen. DU12407. 
Gastone . 



SEE NoveUi, 



COPPINGER, JOHN MICHAEL, 
A voice in Rama, a play in three acts. 
© John M. Coppinger; Ic 20Apr48; DU14056. 

COPS or robbers. DUX 2865. SEE The Hour 
of St. Francis (Radio program) 



COPY to the Commander-in-Chief. 
SEE Siegler, Ralph T. 



DU12942. 



CORBETT, LEONORA. 
Love in a looking glass, a play in three acts. 
© Leonora Corbett; Ic 28May48; DU15125. 

CORCORAN, ROBERT JOHN. 
This way to me, a short play in six scenes. 
© Robert John Corcoran; Ic 28Jan48; 
DU12610. 
The wind in the willows, a play in three acts. 
© Robert John Corcoran; Ic 20Feb48; 
on revisions; DU13003. Prev. reg. "The 
idiot boy," llFeb47, D7490. 

CORCORAN Productions, inc. 
Ghosts, inc.; script no. 1. DU14402. SEE 
Phipps, Thomas W. 

CORDER, RUBY LEE. 

United we stand, a pageant and song of the 
United Nations. © Ruby Lee Corder; 
Ic 23Jan48; DU12524. 

United we stand, a pageant and song of the 
United Nations; prepared for radio broad- 
cast or stage presentation. © Ruby Lee 
Corder; Ic 23Apr48; DU14167. 

CORNEILLE, PIERRE. 
Cinna [piSce en 5 actes] pr^sent^ par Henri 
Rambaud. Lyon, I.A.C. [1944]. 95 p. 
11cm. (Les Chefs-d'oeuvre francaise) 
© Editions I.A.C. (Impressions Artistiques 
en Couleurs); 30Dec44; DP12315. 

CORNELL, James. 
This broad expanse. DU13348. SEE Smith, 
Burrell. 

CORNELL Octogon Club. 
Two on the isle. DU15273. SEE Williams, 
Robert Verne . 

CORNER boy. DU14237. SEE Kelly, Herbert 
Joseph. 

CORPORATION taxes. C2210. SEE Spencer, 
Albert E . 

CORPORATIONS. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Corporation taxes. C2210. 

CORPUS delicti. DU13251. SEE The Sheriff, 
no. 171. 



22 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CORRELL, Charles J. SEE The Amos 'n' Andy 
Show (Radio program) 

CORRIE, JOE. 
Home ain't so sweet, a comedy in one act. 

London, S. French [1948]. 27 p. illus. 

(French's acting ecfition, no. 369) © Samuel 

French, ltd.; 4Feb48; DP13503. 
Murder at the play, a mystery in one act. 

London, S. French [1948]. 28 p. illus. 

(French's acting edition, no. 385) © Samuel 

French, ltd.; 10Feb48; DP13877. 
A prince he would a-wooing go, a comedy for 

young people in one act. London, S. French 

[1948]. 35 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 

no. 399) © Samuel French, ltd.; 2Mar48; 

DP13934. 
A storm on Parnassus, an historical invention 

in one act. London, S. French [1948]. 

32 p. illus. (French's acting edition, no. 

376) © Samuel French, ltd.; 23Jan48; 

DPI 3500. 
When the old cock crows, a rural comedy in 

one act. London, S. French [1948]. 30 p. 

illus. (French's acting edition, no. 378) 

© Samuel French, ltd.; 4Feb48; DP13501. 

CORRIGAN, LLOYD. 

Dark concerto, a play in one act. © Lloyd 

Corrigan; Ic 18May48; DU14724. 
Diamond cut diamond, a play in one act. 

© Lloyd Corrigan; Ic 18May48; DL .723. 
The upper room, a play in one act. © Lioyd 

Corrigan; Ic 8Mar48; DU13428. 

CORRIGAN, WENDEL VINCENT. 
The crusaders, a play in three acts. © Wendel 
Vincent Corrigan; Ic 18Feb48; DU 14086. 

CORSI CAN father. DU13359. SEE Glass, 
Everett. 

CORWIN, EDWARD COMSTOCK 

»Vhat are we doing to make the customer a 
better merchant? An oral address. 
© Edward Comstock Corwin; Ic 13May48; 
C2581. 

COSr fantutte. DP14H5, DP14120. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. 

COSNER, ADA LUCILLE 
Eagle's nest, a one-act play. © AcU L. Cosner; 

Ic 8Mar48; DU13361. 
The new look, a play in one act. © Ada 

LuciUe Cosner; Ic 5Jan48; DU12272. 

COSTA, Frances. SEE Costa, Mary Frances. 

COSTA, MARY FRANCES. 
Blond, brunette, or indifferent; a comedy 
about a teen-ager, by Frances Costa. 
[Television script]^ © Mary Frances Costa: 
Ic 15Mar48; DU13533. 

COSTA, Thomas J. 

Everyday' s a holiday. DU14606. SEE M ogle, 
William. 

COTLER, GORDON. 

Step a little closer, an intimate musical revue 
in two acts. Sketches by Gordon Cotler, 
Daniel Klughertz, and Alvin S. Yudkoff . 
Lyrics by Richard P. Malkin, music by 
Albert Sherwin. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Richard Malkin, Albert Sherwin, 
Gordon Cotler, Daniel Klughertz, Alvin S. 
Yudkoff; Ic 18Jun48; DU15266. 

COULD be. DU12528. SEE Hall, Dorothy. 

COUNSELLOR-at-law. DU13456. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 44. 

COUNT Cash. C2503. SEE Carlson, Walfred 
Richard. 

COUNTER care the Kresge way. C2357. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



COUNTER wise. DU12281. SEE LitUe, 

Christine Maud. 

COUNTERFEIT. DU14109. SEE Allen, Kay. 

COUNTESS Cagliari. DU12174. SEE Weingarten, 
Aaron. 

COUNTS, Eleanor. SEE Gauldin, Maude Eleanor 
Counts. 

COUPRIE, JAMES. 
La dame sarrasine; ou, L'amour tenace. 
Comedie sentimentale en cinq actes, basee 
sur une legende du Xlleme siecle. © James 
Couprie; Ic 24Mar48, DU13898. 

THE COURAGE to try again. DU13096. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 56. 

COURT of Current Issues. DU14635. SEE 
Sulds, Irvin Faul. 

THE COURT of Public Opinion. DU12884. SEE 
Sulds, Irvin Paul. 

COURTESY Club. C2513. SEE Poggia, Emily 
Elise. Road quizz^ no. 3. 

COW in the apartment. DU13161. SEE 
Holifield, Harold Desmond. 

COWAN, Edward Malott. 
Campaign summer. DU15318. SEE Jensen, 
Eileen Stith. 

COWAN (Louis G.) inc. SEE 
Quiz Kids (Radio program) 
R.F.D. America (Radio program) 
Stop the Music (Raoio program) 

COWARD, NOEL PIERCE. 
"Peace in our time," a play in two acts and 
eight scenes. London, W. Heinemann [1947]. 
106 p. © Noel Coward; lDec47; DH4496. 

COWLES, SOPHIA ESTHER DELAVAN. 
How to dress and furnish your home the 
thrifty way. [Radio talk] © Sophia Esther 
Delavan Cowles; Ic 28Jun48; C2766. 

COWLEY-BROWN, SARA. 
Shadow of fear, a three -act play. © Sara 
Cowley-Brown; Ic 18Feb48; DU13122. 

COX, ALPHONSUS PATRICK. 
The homemakers' treasure chest. [Radio 

script] © Alphonsus P. Cox.; Ic 6jan48; 

C2024. 
Homemakers' treasure chest. One client. 

[Radio script] ® Alphonsus P. Cox; 

Ic 7Jan48; C2155. 

COX, ELEANOR S. 
Angeline and the wicked witch, an autumn 
pageant for children, in one act. © Eleanor 
S. Cox; Ic 28Nov47; DU13696. 

COX (J. Cvinningham) Advertising Agency. 
SEE Cox, Joseph Cunningham. 

COX, JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM. 

Proposed radio announcement for Knox 
Gelatine with dramatization of phrase 
"opportunity - Knox." © J. Cunningham Cox, 
Advertising Agency; Ic 6Feb48; DU14130. 

Proposed radio announcement for Knox Hats, 
with dramatization of phrase "opportunity - 
Knox." © J. Cunningham Cox, -advertising 
Agency; Ic 5Feb48: DU14129. 

Proposed radio announcement for Philadelphia 
Old Stock Beer, with a play on wor'-s of 
S.O.S. and P.O.S. © J. Cunningham Cox, 
Advertising Agency; Ic 6Feb48; DU14378. 

Proposed television commercial for Dial 
Shoes, dramatizing the word "dial" and 
the dial on the telephone. © J. Cunningham 
Cox, Advertising Agency; Ic 6Feb48; DU14128. 



COX, THEODORE ST. JOHN. 

Call me Mac, a play in one act. Boston, 
Baker's Plays [1948]. 30 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
6Feb48; DP12994. 

CRAIG, Linda Lou, pseud. SEE Lane, Dorothy 
Mildred Guyon. 

CRAIG, LUCY ELOISE. 
The story of redemption, in dramatic and 
serial form. Episode 1: The fall of 
man. 9 leaves. © Lucy Eloise Craig; 
Ic 16Feb48; DU13114. 

CRAIGHEAD, PATRICIA. 
Rain on Friday, a one- act play. © Patricia 
Craighead; Ic 15Mar48; DU13464. 

GRAIN, WILLIAM HENRY. 
The family man, a play. 15 leaves. 
© William Henry Crain, Jr.; Ic 25May48; 
DU14999. 

CRAM, Stewart M. 
The car of the year — years ahead 1 C2760. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CRANE, Danton, pseud. SEE Garza, Ernest 
Ralph. 

CRAVE, MARCEL. 

L'avalanche, piece en trois actes. Dijon, 
Editions de la Tartane, 1947. 183 p. 
© Marcel Crave; 30Nov47; DP14046. 

CRAW, CLARENCE FRANK. 
The boy I left behind me, a three -act 
comedy. © Clarence Frank Craw; Ic 
2Jan48, DU12916. 

CRAW, James Lawrenc . 
A wife between us. DU13362. SEE Camp, 
Joseph Clinton. 

CRAWFORD, OLIVER. 
E pluribus Benny, a comedy drama in 

three acts. & Oliver Crawford; Ic 

22Jan48; DU13400. 
The reluctant ghost, a comedy in two acts. 

© Oliver Crawford; Ic 13May48; DU14625. 



CRAZY but cute. 
Bertita. 



DP15268. SEE French, 



CREAGH -HENRY, MAY. 

The victory of the Cross, a passion play 
'in three scenes]. London, S. French 
1948]. 27 p. illus. (French's acting 
edition, no. 563) © Samuel French, ltd.; 
10Feb48; DP13875. 

CREAM of the crop. DU12442. SEE Mindess, 
Irving Solomon. 

CREATED He them. DU12846. SEE Little, 
Charles White. 

CREATING and promoting morale. C2633. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Group relations, 20th day. 

CREMER, Andree. SEE Andre, Marianne. 

CRESCENDO. DU13138. SEE Greenstone, 
Florence M. 

CRESPI, DAVID EMANUEL. 
The adventures of Baggis McManarty. 
[Radio script] © David Emanuel Crespi; 
Ic llDec47; DU12593. 

CRIME and punishment. SEE Ackland, 
Rodney. Dostoievsky's Crime and punish- 
ment. DP13566. 

THE CRIMINALS. DU14346, DU14664. SEE 
Stern, Martin. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE CRISIS. DU12173. 
Richard Vincent. 



SEE Zilinskas, 



CRISIS: 1948. SEE Stern, Alan. The drama 
of the United Nations. DU13822. 

CRITO. SEE Kubly, Herbert Oswald. A cock 
toAsclepius. DU12608. 

LE CROCODILE. SEE Sardou, Victorien. 
Theatre complet. t. 10. DP15123. 

CRONIN, EDWARD ALOYSIUS. 
Molly O'Morgan, the Irish-Italian girl; a 
musical comedy in a prologue and three 
acts. Books, lyrics and music by Edward 
A. Cronin, assisted by the composer 
Anthony Franchini. [Text only! © Edward 
A. Cronin; Ic 29Jan48; DU12657. 

CROSLEY Broadcasting Corporation. 
Builders of destiny. DU12155. SEE Brown, 

David. 
Come as you are. C2471. SEE Stern, 

Alan. 
A date with music. C2309. SEE Stern, 

Alan. 
Days of the giants. DU12158. SEE Stern, 

Alan. 
For your pleasure. C2715. SEE Stern, 'ilan. 
Generation on trial. DU13901. SEE Grant, 

Brenton. 
Gus and Polly. C2449. SEE Kelley, Dennis. 
Hodge podge. C2751. SEE Stern, Alan. 
The human adventure. DU12154. SEE 

Kelley, Dennis. 
Is tliis your story? DU12156. SEE Jay, 

Verne. 
Let's take a look. Script no. 1. DU12479. 

SEE Stern, Alan. 
Let's take a look. Script no. 19. DU12157. 

SEE Brown, David. 
Mr. T. V. C2576. SEE Meyer, Dorothy. 
Musical ponies. C2236. SEE Kelley, 

Dennis. 
Who ami? C2237. SEE Thornburgh, 

Vernon S. 

CROSSING _the Red Sea. DU12190. SEE The 
Children's Chapel, no. 28. 

TilE CROSSROADS of America. C2467. SEE 
Shantz, Marshall B. 

THE CROSSROADS of destiny. DU14373. 
SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 

CROSSWORDS and music. C2268. SEE 
Chessler, Maurice. 

CROSWELL, Volney A. 
The known American. DU12557. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 

GROUSE, Russel. 
Life with Mother. DU13494. SEE Lindsay, 
Howard. 

CROWLEY, DALE SP9FFORD. 
Quizspiration; radio's original Bible 
quiz. Script for May 29, 1948. © Dale 
Crowley; Ic 3jun48; C2727. 

THE CROWN of innocence . DU13919. SEE 
Selden, Margaret Hartley. 

CROZIER, ERIC. 

Albert lierring, a comic opera in three 
acts. Libretto freely adapted from a 
short story of Guy de Maupassant, by 
Eric Crozier. Music by Benjamin 
Britten, Op. 39. Vocal score by Henry 
Boys. London, New York, Hawkes; sole 
selling agents, Boosey o. Hawkes [1948]. 
2 V. score (372 p.), text (cl947, 93 p.) 
© liawkes 6l Son (London) ltd.; 2Apr48, 
DP14043. 

CRUGER, PAUL. 
The irrepressible Mr. Kelly. A series of 



half-hour radio programs written around 
the character of Mr. Kelly. Audition 
script. © Paul Cruger; Ic 9Apr48; 
DU14100. 

THE CRUSADERS. DU14086. SEE Corrigan, 
Wendel Vincent. 

THE CRYSTAL bowl. DU13254. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 466. 

THE CRYSTAL coffin. DU13493. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Mar. 6, 1948. 

THE CRYSTAL trumpet. DU14621. SEE 
Rayfiel, David. 

CUMINGS, Arthur. 

Brain, Brawn and Spirit, inc. DU12561. 
SEE Harkrider, John. 

THE CUP. DU14413. SEE Tildon, Wezlynn 
Margaret DeVelle. 

A CUP of coffee, raviolies and you. DU15131. 
SEE Ferrera, Vivian Ann. 

THE CUP of trembling. DP15169. SEE 
Johannes, Vivian. 

CUPID'S boomerang. DU13257. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 470. 

CURRY, JOHN ROBERT. 
In this house, the story of the birth of 
Christ. In four acts. 6 leaves. © J. R. 
Curry, Jr.; Ic 20Jaii48; DU12453. 

CURTAIN going up. DU12893. SEE Davis, 

Fitzroy. 

CURTISS, MARYE. 

Fleecy and Lacey, an episode in the radio 

series "Twinkle tale. ' © Mary E. 

Curtiss^ Ic 4Feb48; DU12742. 
Tiny Tot s travels, an episode in the radio 

series "Twinkle tale.' © Mary E. Cur- 

tiss; Ic 28Jan48; DU12611. 

CURVE crazy. C2119. SEE Roche, William 
Bosworth. Automobile safety jingles for 
radio, L-1. 

CUT the picture. C2562. SEE Cherniavsky, 
Josef. 

THE CUT-throat. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty hoUday. DP13966. 

CUTALOSSA. DU14601. SEE Coar, Barbara 
Ruth. 

CUTTLE, EVELYN ROEDING. 
Kippy> ^ drama in three acts. © Evelyn 
Roeding CutUe; Ic llMay48; DU14518. 

CWOPZINSKI, ANTONI. 
Life and dreams, a play in three acts, four . 
scenes. © Antoni Cwojdzinski; Ic 31Mar48; 
DU14079. 

CYANIDE for sinners. DU13985. SEE Keeney, 
Claire Handsaker. 



DACE, ED'^IJI'VALLACE. 

The house of cards, a play in three acts, by 
Wallace Dace. © Edwin Wallace Dace; 
Ic 23jan48; DU12523. 

DACE, Wallace. SEE Dace, Edwin Wallace. 

DAILEY, VINCENT E. 
The headless ghost, a mystery-comedy in 
three acts. Marion, Iowa, Art Craft Play 
Co., cl948. 94 p. illus. (An Art Craft 
play) © J. Vincent Heuer; 15Jun48; DP15269. 



DAILEY Bros. Circus. C2521-2523. SEE 
Kelley, Francis Beverly. 

DAISY Kenyon. DU14064. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Apr. 5, 1948. 

DALE, Freddy. 
Little Mary Monahan. DU13638. SEE 
Nelson, Robert Morton. 

DALTON, BERNARD JOSEPH. 
Electric braking for rubber mills and calen- 
dars. ALEE conference paper presented 
Apr. 1948. © General Electric Co.; Ic 
21May48; C2710. 

DAMAI, PAUL KNOX. 
Tele-words, a television script. © Paul 
Knox Damai; Ic 20Feb48; DU13006. 

LA DAME sarrasine. DU13898. SEE Couprie, 
James. 

THE DAMNED detail man. C2191. SEE 
Parke, Davis &i Co. 

DANCEHALL of death. DU14594. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2388-1613. 

DANFORTH, MILDRED E ME UNE. 
Great things— Uncle! A one-act play. 
© Mildred Emeline Danforth; Ic 29Mar48; 
DU13663. 

DANGEROUS lady. DU13051. SEE First 
Nighter, Nov. 22, 1947. 

DANIEL, DOROTHY. 
Family resemblance, a comedy in three 
acts, by Dora Bateman [pseud.] © Dorothy 
Daniel; Ic 2Feb48; DU12679. 

DANIEUAN, LEO. 
Gesoorus (My mother-in-law); a three-act 
musical comedy in Armenian and English, 
by Leo Danielian, with music by Guy 
Chookoorian. [Text only] © Leo 
Danielian, Guy Chookoorian; Ic 29Mar48; 
DU14600. 

DANIEL'S deliverance. DU12179. SEE The 
Children's Chapel, no. 17. 

DANSANT, Jean-Jules. SEE Bever, Jean. 

DANTONS Tod. DP14712-14713. SEE Einem, 
Gottfried von. 

DANVERS-WALKER, AUBREY. 
See a fine lady, a comedy in three acts. 
London, S. French [1947]. 100 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 197) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 6Nov47; DP12114. 

DAPHNE did it. DU13242. SEE The Sheriff, 
no. 180. 

DA PONTE, Lorenzo. 
Cosf fantutte. DP14115, DP14120. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Don Giovanni. DP14116, DP14118. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Die Hochzeit des Figaro. DP14H7, 

DP14119. SEE Mozart, Johann Chrysostom 

Wolfgang Amadeus. 

DAR Silas hut maud druvel. DU14992. SEE 
Frantz, Irwin James. 

D'ARCY Advertising Agency. 
Shooting script for a film. C2147. SEE 
Time, inc. 

THE DARING rescue. DU13680. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank MerriweU, no. 79. 

DARK circle. DU15071. SEE Falkowski, 
Edward James. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DARK concerto. DU14724. SEE Corrigan, 
Lloyd. 

THE DARK corner. DU12129. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Nov. 10, 1947. 

DARKfUght. DU14024. SEE Nuckles, 
RoUa Hargiss. 

A DARK horse called Death. DU14262. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 334. 

THE DARK virgin. DU14419. SEE Grenet y 
Sanchez, Eliseo. 

DARLING, Alicia, pseud. SEE Schultz, Ethel. 

THE DARUNG. DU12723. SEE McLaughlin, 
Robert. 

THE DARLING twins. DP12565. SEE 
George, Charles. 

DARLINGTON, ANNE . 

Children of the Harp, a one -act play. 
© Anne Darlington; Ic 5Feb48; DU12790. 

The gift of life, a one -act play. © Anne 
Darlington; Ic 5Feb48; DU12789. 

Kassandra, a comedy in one act. © Anne 
Darlington; Ic 5Feb48; DU12788. 

The Moon-gift, a one-act play, founded on 
an old legend of China. © Anne Darling- 
ton; Ic 5Feb48; DU12787. 

DARSKY, JuUus. 
Cash for caps. C2413-2414. SEE Jessop, 
Charles A. 

DARVIN, Vicki, pseud. SEE Finegold, 
Esther. 

A DATE, with a sale. C2673. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

A DATE with Baby. DU13056. SEE First 
Nighter, Dec. 18, 1947. 

A DATE with music. C2309. SEE Stern, Alan. 

DAUGHTER knows best. DU14134. SEE 
Maugham, Dora Isabel. 

THE DAUGHTERS of the late colonel. 
DU12928. SEE Beachner, Louis. 

DAUGHTERS of Venus. DU14931. SEE Mac - 
Lachlan, Robert Anthony. 

DAVENPORT, Rowland A. SEE Sermon of 
the Week, no. 49. C2286. 

THE DAVENPORT Works. C2228. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

DAVEY Jones' locker. DU13668. SEE 
Leenhouts, Grant. 

DAVID, BENJAMIN. 
Ahl genius. A play in three acts. © Ben- 
jainin David; Ic 15Dec47; DU13305. 

DAVID, Benson Henry, pseud. SEE David- 
son, Baruch Henry. 

DAVID. DU15161. SEE WiUiams, Albert 
Nathaniel. 

DAVID Crockett. DU13764. SEE Smith, 
Earl Hobson. 

DAVID HARDING, COUNTERSPY (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
PhilUps H. Lord, inc. © Phillips H. Lord, 
inc. 

285. Dec. 14, 1947. Case of the cancerous 
crook. © Ic 13Jan48; DU12385. 

286. Dec. 21, 1947. Case of the land 
sharks. © Ic I3jan48; DU12386. 



287. Dec. 28, 1947. Case of the wistful wheat- 
legger. © Ic 13jan48; DU12387. 

288. Jan. 4, 1948. Case of sky's the limit. 
© Ic 13jan48; DU12388. 

289. Jan. 11, 1948. Case of the lottery payoff . 
© Ic 25Feb48; DU13101. 

290. Jan. 18, 1948. Case of the trans-Atlantic 
thieves. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13102. 

291. Jan. 25 1948. Case of the wayward 
bonds. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13103. 

292. Feb. 1. 1948. Case of the marital mix- 
up. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13104. 

293. Feb. 8, 1948. Case of the pointed print. 
© Ic 25Feb48; DU13105. 

294. Feb. 15, 1948. Case of the dead man 
pays. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13106. 

295. Feb. 22, 1948. Case of the power mad 
puppet. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13645. 

296. Feb. 29, 1948. Case of the phoney tax 
counselor. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13646. 

297. Mar. 7, 1948. Case of the synthetic 
certificates. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13647. 

298. Mar. 14, 1948. Case of the welshing 
witness. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13648. 

299. Mar. 21, 1948. Case of the mercenary 
messenger. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13649. 

300. Mar. 28, 1948. Case of the tormented 
teacher. © Ic 31Mar48; DU13743. 

301. Apr. 4, 1948. Case of the powdered 
plague. © Ic 9Apr48; DU13890. 

302. Apr. 11, 1948. Case of the microfilm 
map. © Ic 16Apr48; DU14037. 

303. Apr. 18, 1948. Case of the interrupted 
insurrection. © Ic 22Apr48; DU14165. 

304. Apr. 25, 1948. Case of the easy mark. 
© Ic 28Apr48; DU14278. 

305. May 2, 1948. Case of the murdered 
cannonball. © Ic 7May48; DU14431. 

306. May 9, 1948. Case of the shanghaied 
seamen. © Ic 12May48; DU14540. 

307. May 16, 1948. Case of the handicapped 
hero. © Ic 20May48; DU14783. 

308. May 23. 1948. Case of the Bunko 
builders. © Ic 26May48; DU14943. 

309. May 30, 1948. Case of the camera- 
happy crook. © Ic 7Jun48; DU15136. 

310. June 6, 1948. Case of the recruited 
nurse. © Ic lljun48; DU15175. 

DAVIDSON, BARUCH HENRY. 
When iVashington smiled, a play in three acts, 
by Benson Henry David [pseud.] © Baruch 
Henry Davidson; Ic 7May48; DU14459. 

DAVIDSON, CLAIRE ANNE. 
The land of enchantment. [Radio script] 
© Claire Anne Davidson; Ic 24Mar48; 
DU13583. 

DA VIES, Sylvia, pseud. SEE Drucker, Sylvia G. 

DA VIES, W. Ellis. SEE Sermon of the Week, 
no. 42. C2279. 

DAVIS, CLAIRE H. 
Doctors are people, a murder mystery in two 
acts, by Claire Read [pseud.] © Claire H. 
Davis; Ic 29Mar48; on revisions; DU13667. 
Prev. reg. 30Dec46; D6744. 

DAVIS, DONALD. 
The girl for me, a comedy in three acts. 
® Donald Davis; Ic ljun48; DU15081. 

DAVIS, FITZROY. 
The cherry orchard, a film scenario adapta- 
tion of the play by Anton Chekhov. © Fitz- 
roy Davis; Ic 29Mar48; DU13661. 
Curtain going up, a play in three acts, by 
Fitzroy Davis and Chester Erskine^ based 
on the novel "For all of our lives,' by 
Ursula Parrott. Revised by Fitzroy Davis. 
© Fitzroy Davis; Ic 13Feb48; DU12893. 



DAVIS, Frank. 
The man said- 



DU14354. SEE Clark, Hal. 



DAVIS, HOWARD W. 

Kcture the song; the newest game in radio. 
[Continuity] © Howard W. Davis; Ic 
10Mar48; C2266. 

DAVIS, LILLIAN BASSETT. 

An account of the only unpublished photograph 
of Abraham Lincoln known to be in existence. 
A lecture, designed to correct an earlier 
version, entitled "The incredible story of 
how a former Confederate officer succeeded 
in photographing President Lincoln, before 
Appomattox." © Lillian Bassett Davis; 
Ic 8Dec47; C2274. Prev. reg. 7Jul45; C17501. 

A recently-discovered portrait of George 
Washington, believed to have been painted by 
John Trumbull. A lecture, designed to amend 
a previous account of this portrait. © Lillian 
Bassett Davis; Ic 8Dec47; C2273. Prev. 
rtg. 29Jan46; C162. 

DAVIS, SIMA. 
Shmerel the shotchen, a comedy play. 29 
leaves. [Yiddish text] © Mrs. Sima 
Davis; Ic 2Feb48; DU13186. 

DAVISON, MARY CLINE . 
Everybody sings, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Book and lyrics by Mary Cline 
Davison, music by Charles W. Rasely. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Charles W. Rasely; Mary Cline Davison; 
Ic 18May48; DU14770. 

THE DAWNING of a new day. DU13630. SEE 
Ward, Grove r Adwin. 

DAWSON, JAMES BAXTER. 
Iseult, a play in three acts. © Bess Jones 
Winburn; Ic 9Apr48; DU13891. 

DAWSON, MARLOW. 
Unwind your dreams, a drama in eight scenes. 
© Marlow Dawson; Ic llMar48; DU13402. 

DAWSON, WINSTON FAUNTLEROY. 
Goldilocks and the three bears. A play in 
three acts, adapted from an old fairy story. 
© Winston Fauntleroy Dawson; Ic 5Jan48; 
DU12210. 

DAY Cl3.rGncG 
Life with Mother. DU13494. SEE Lindsay, 
Howard. 

DAY, Gerry. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

DAY, Katharine B. 
Life with Mother. DU13494. SEE Lindsay, 
Howard. 

THE DAY after tomorrow. DU12410. SEE 
Fishbein, Jacob. 

DAYS of the giants. DU12158. SEE Stern, 
Alan. 

DAZE and Ide. DU12926. SEE Morrow, 
Timothy T. 

D'AZEVEDO, LISA. 
Dream plan, a one -act play. © Lisa 

D'Azevedo; Ic 23Apr48; DU14773. 
Dream plan, a play in six scenes, in one 
setting. Enlarged version. © Lisa 
D'Azevedo; Ic 6May48; DU14835. 

DAZEY, C. T. 

His partner's girl. DU14373. SEE Blaney, 
Charles Edward. 

THE DAZZLER. AA72255. SEE Jelliff, Clara 
Marston. 

DE la obscuridad. DU14720. SEE Pino Suarez, 
Severo Tomas del. 

DEAD beat. DU14094. SEE Dolbier, Maurice. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE DEADLY dove. DU12642. SEE Chapman, 
Tedwell. 

DEAR Billy. DU14963. SEE The Hour of St. 
Francis (Radio program) 

DEAR Diary. DU13692. SEE Finkel, Joy Dee. 

DEAR friends. DU12877. SEE Harding, Anna 
Trail. 

DEARBORN, ELWYN. 

My name is Legion, a new play in three acts. 
© Elwyn Dearborn; Ic 19May48; DU14751. 

DEARBORN Motors Corporation. 
The wise choice. DU12652. SEE Wilding 
F>icture Productions, inc. 

DE ARCHANGELIS, Cesiano. SEE Archangelis, 
Cesiano de. 

DEATH after ten years. DU14532. SEE Singer, 
Jack. 

DEATH and the black fedora. DU12667, 
DU13210. SEE The Shadow, no. 320. 

DEATH and the Easter bonnet. DU13908. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 330. 

DEATH at Fredericksburg. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

DEATH coils to strike. DU13909. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 329. 

DEATH has sharp claws. DU12903. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 314. 

DEATH of an aristocrat. DU13306. SEE 
Osborne, Hubert Benjamin. 

THE DEATH of Ming-Lee. DU13495. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 183. 

THE DEATH of Walter Morgan. DU 13237. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 175. 

THE DEBT. DU13827. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 521. 

DEBT of honor. DU14839. SEE Reader's 
Digest — Radio Edition, no. 116. 

THE DECAYED soldier. DU15306. SEE 
McAleavy, Charles Raymond. 

DE CELLES, Dorothy P. 
De Celles set and locked altimeter theory. 
C2167. SEE De Celles, Joseph Howard. 

DE CELLES, J. Larry. 
De Celles set and locked altimeter theory. 
C2167. SEE De Celles, Joseph Howard. 

DE CELLES, JOSEPH HOWARD. 
De Celles set and locked altimeter theory 
with "memory hands.' [Lecture] © J. 
Howard De Celles, Dorothy P. De Celles, 
J. Larry De Cellos; Ic 15Jan48; C2167. 
Simulated pressure latitude indicator with 
"memory hands;" or, De Celles set and 
locked altimeter theory with "memory 
hands." [Lecture! © J. Howard De Celles; 
Ic 10Feb48; C2269. 

DE CELLES set and locked altimeter theory 
with "memory hands." C2167. SEE 
De Celles, Joseph Howard. 

DECISION. DU14865. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 486. 

DECISIVE episodes of chivalry. DU13993. 
SEE Campbell, Leslie Michael. 

DECKER, AMMIEL FOLGER. 



Safety-seals, a lecture-wr sai^f 'talk. 
© Ammiel F. Decker; Ic 18Feb48; C2186. 

DECKER, ANN WRIGHT. 
The cage and the door, a play in three acts, 
by Ann Wright. © Ann Wright Decker; 
Ic 14May48; DU14659. 

DECLARATION. DU13068. SEE Stevenson, 
Janet Marshall. 

DE COURCY, FLORENCE STURE. 
Granmaw boots 'em home, a play in three 
acts. © Florence Sture de Courcy; Ic 
21May48; DU14817. 

DEDICATION. C2588. SEE Boyce, Florence 
Victoria May Lackner. 

DEEDS. C2212. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 

THE DEEP well. DU14746. SEE Smyth, Nona 
Long. 

DEEPWATER captain. DU13740. SEE Reader's 
Digest— Radio Edition, no. 107. 

DEERE and Company. 
The sugar plum tree. DU14358. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

DEFEAT. DU12418. SEE Hutner, Herbert 
Hart. 

THE DEFEATED. DU13458. SEE Miyata, 
Teruakt. 

DEFINITION of love. DU13542. SEE Keller, 
Phillips Brooks. 

DEHAR, Chesy, pseud. SEE Archangelis, 
Cesiano de. 

DE LA RAMEE, Louise. 
Under two flags. SEE Briody, Donald 
Francis. 

DE LA TORRE, LILLIAN. 
Goodbye, Miss Lizzie Borden; a sinister 
play in one act. cl947. (In Sandoe, James, 
comp. Murder: plain andTanciful, with 
some milder malefactions. New York, 
Sheridan House [1948]. p. [320]-338) 
© Lillian de la Torre (Mrs. George McCue); 
12Mar48- DP13732. Prev. reg. 17Jan47; 
D unp. 7313. 

DELDERFIELD, R. F. 
Worm's eye view, a comedy in three acts. 
London, S. French [1948]. 81 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 896) © Samuel 
French, ltd.; 4Feb48; DP13506. 

THE DELECTABLE judge. SEE Conkle, Ells- 
worth Prouty. Five plays. DP13967. 

DE LETRAZ, Jean. SEE Letraz, Jean de. 

DELGADO, Stella, pseud. SEE Aivaz, Stella 
Delores. 

DELIVERED as ordered. DU13617. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 68. 

DELIVERY; Results. C2447. SEE Rogoff, 
Elias M. Humorology, no. 9-10. 

DELLABOUGH, GRANT BRUSKE. 
The serpent of brass, a play in five scenes. 
© Grant Bruske Dellabough; Ic 22Jun48; 
DU15326. 

DELMAR, VINA. 
Ungilded Lily, a play in three acts. © Vina 
Delmar; Ic 16Dec47; DU12277. 

DE LORIMIER, Marguerite. SEE Jenkins, 
Marguerite de Lorimier. 



DEL VECCHIO, THOMAS. 
Proclaim liberty, a play in three acts, based 
on the Ufe of Thomas Paine during the 
American Revolution. © Thomas Del 
Vecchio; Ic 23Mar48; DU13581. 

DEMARTINI, ROBERT JOHN. 
Selection of electric drives for looms, by 
R. J. Demartini and A. F. Lukens. AIEE 
conference paper, presented Apr. 1948. 
© General Electric Co.; Ic 21May48; 
C2708. 

THE DEMISE of Laurel and Belvedere. DU12614. 
SEE Koehring, Vera Louise. 

THE DEMOCRATIC pink horse. C2578. SEE 
Willis, Roy Edward. 

DEMONSTRATION sells. C2361. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

DE MONTLOUIS, Andr^e Cadet. SEE Mont- 
louis, Andree Cadet de. 

DeMUND, HAROLD ALEXANDER. 
Becoming a father, a miniature drama in 

two scenes. © Harold Alexander DeMund; 

Ic 25Jun48; DU15360. 
Gossipers, a miniature comedy drama. 7 

leaves. © Harold Alexander DeMund; Ic 

25Jun48; DU15361. 
Ungratefulness, a miniature drama. 4 leaves. 

© Harold Alexander DeMund; Ic 25Jun48; 

DU15359. 

DE NA'PIER, LeRoi, pseud. SEE Napier, 
LeRoy. 

DENBY and Son. C2062. SEE Ross, Arthur M. 

DENIS, NATHALIE (MASHKEVITCH). 
A show in a show; A music parade, in three 
acts and 38 scenes, by Nata Mashlcevitch. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Nathalie Denis; Ic 18May48; DU14856. 

DENISON (T. S.) and Company. 
GreatDay! DP13721. SEE Price, Leland. 
Hooray for youth. DP12564. SEE George, 

Charles. 
Mrs. Sam from Roarin' Dam. DP13229. 

SEE George, Charles. 
My home-town girl. DP12938. SEE Jenkins, 

Virginia. 

DENKER, HENRY. 
The Greatest Story Ever Told. SEE The 

Greatest Story Every Told (Radio program) 
Kller instinct, a play in two acts. © Henry 

Denker; Ic 2Feb48; DU12674. 
Reader's Digest--Radio Edition. SEE 

Reader's Digest — Radio Edition (Radio 

program) 

DENNIS, JENNINGS HENRY. 
Jokey, a Christmas story of a little boy and 
his dog, for radio. © Jennings H. Dennis; 
Ic 29Dec47; DU13013. 

DENNIS Brulgruddery. DU12740. SEE Haring, 
Forrest Chapman. 

DePaul, Hugo. 
Romance on the river. DU14136. SEE Drake, 
Constance. 

DE RIVAS, Patricia Martinez. SEE Martinez 
de Rivas, Patricia. 

DE SADOW, MURRAY BERNARD. 
Mrs. Brady's boarding house, a one-act 
play in three scenes. Based on the novel, 
'Pere Goriot," by Honor^ de Balzac. 
© Murray Bernard de Sadow; Ic 12Apr48; 
DU13921. 

DESERET DU14235. SEE Liljenquist, Don 
Clifford.' 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTKIES 



DESERTER at dawn. DU12471. 
Ferraresso, Anna. 



SEE 



DESIGN criteria for dams on permafrost. 
C2131. SEE Lewin, Joseph David. 

DESIGN of masonry dams to resist underwater 
explosions. C2132. SEE Lewin, Joseph 
David. 

DESIGNED to sell. C2680. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

DESSART, Gina. SEE Hildreth, Gina Dessart. 

DESSERT with Ameche. SEE Collins, Robert. 
Most embarrassing moments. DU13410. 

DESTINATION space. DU13168. SEE Bailey, 
Anne Howard. 

DESTINED for a tombstone. DU12836. SEE 
Washburn, Harriet IngersoU. 

DE VEGA, Lope. SEE Vega Carpio, Lope 
Felix de. 

DEVELOPING the organization. C2691. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management confer- 
ence: Management fundamentals, 8th day. 

DEVELOPMENT of organization chart. C2692. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Management fundamentals, 9th 
day. 

THE DEVIL and his marionettes. SEE Kamile, 
Coleman. The cactus and the rose. DU14157. 

THE DEVIL only knows. DU14895. SEE 
Turner, Joel Edward. 

THE DEVIL takes. DU14176. SEE Smith, 
Arthur Tanner Elliott. 

DeVORE, MARY. 
Santa resigns, a Christmas playlet with 
music, in one act. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House, cl947. 8 p. © El- 
dridge Entertainment House, inc.; lNov47; 
DP13525. 

DIACK, JOHN MICHAEL. 
The boy Mozart, an operetta in two parts, 
illustrating incidents in the life of the 
young composer. The music by Mozart; 
written and arranged by J. Michael Diack. 
Part 1. London, Paterson's Publications 
[1948]. 36 p. © Paterson's PubUcations, 
ltd.; I6Jan48;DP13550. 

DLAMANT, WILLIAM MARTIN. 
Love at hindsight, a comedy in three acts. 
© William Martin Diamant; Ic 21Apr48; 
DU14141. 



DIAMOND cut diamond. 
Corrigan, Lloyd. 



DU14723. SEE 



DLAS, EARL J. 
Father's wife, a comedy in three acts. 
Marion, Iowa, Art Craft Play Co., cl948. 
78 p. illus. © J. Vincent Heuer; 28May48; 
DP15297. 

DICKENS, Charles. 
Character sketches from Charles Dickens. 

DP12777. SEE Jones-Evans, Eric. 
A Christmas carol. SEE 
Farr, Hilda Butler. Dickens' Christmas 

carol. C2705. 
Price, John Lemar. The Christmas carol. 
DU12716. 
Martin Chuzzlewit. SEE 
Blumert, Joseph. Chuzzlewit. DU12473. 

DICKSON, CROCKETT MILES. 
They never come to stay, a play in three acts 
with seven scenes, by Miles Dickson. 



© Crockett Miles Dickson; Ic 7Jun48; 
DU15354. 

DICKSON, Miles. SEE Dickson, Crockett Miles. 

A DICTY defense? DU12837. SEE Allen, Kay. 

DIETETICS. DU15056. SEE Schrock, Margaret. 
Careers in home economics, no. 3. 

DIGEST of new inventions. C1984. SEE 
Babcock, Alfred R. 

THE DILEMMA. DPI 2468. SEE Martin, John 
M. 

DILLON, FRANCIS JOSEPH. 

Caesar's doll, a one-act play, by Frank 
Dillon. © Francis Joseph Dillon; Ic 
25May48; DU14928. 

DILLON, John J. 
What's the score? DU13528. SEE Stevenson, 
James. 

DIM View Society. DU12488. SEE Waas, 
Lester Morton. 

DINNER, WILLLAM. 

Behind my skull, a play in one act, by 
William Dinner and William Morum. London, 
S. French [1947]. 22 p. illus. {French's 
acting edition, no. 1149) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 17Dec47; DP12778. 

The quality of mercy, a drama in one act, by 
William Dinner and William Morum. London, 
New York, Southern Editorial Syndicate 
[1948]. 26 p. illus. © vVilliam Dinner, 
William Morum; 15Apr48; DPI 5093. 

DINNER winner script. SEE 
Ledyard, Robert Francis. C2734. 
Schechter, Morris Paul. C2574. 

DINNES, NATHAN. 
Smart as they come, a play in two acts. 
© Nathan Dinnes; Ic 12Feb48; DU12881. 

DINSMORE, HERMAN HENRY. 

Castle in Manhattan, a play in three acts, by 
Thomas Fletcher [pseud.'J © Herman Henry 
Dinsmore; Ic 26Jan48; DD12599. 

THE DIONYSIANS of Michigan State College. 
SEE Michigan. State College of Agriculture 
and Applied Science. The Dionysians. 

DIPLOMATICALLY done. DU12695. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 840. 

DISCIPLINE. C2224. SEE Bruner, Earle 
Clarence. Human relations in supervision, 
no. 4. 

THE DISENCIiANTED. DU13631. SEE Geto, 
Alfred David. 

A DISH for the gods. DU13475. SEE Lerner, 
Alan Jay. 

DISNEY, LOREN, 
Penthouse episode, a play in three acts. 
© Loren Disney; Ic 28Jan48; DU12625. 

DISPUTED boundary. DU14837. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 72. 

DISQUE, Brice. 
Big boy. DU12412. SEE The Cavalcade of 
America, no. 535. 

THE DISSATISFIED businessman. C2684. 
SEE Saxe, Jeanne Alison. 

DISTORTION. DU12268. SEE Benton, Richard 
Edmund. 

DITWILER, DALE DeVERE. 



Knight so errant, a comedy in three acts. 
© Dale deVere Ditwiler;"lc 24Feb48; 
DU13100. 

DITZEN, Lowell R. SEE Sermon of the vVeek, 
no. 46. C2283. 

LE DIVERTISSEMENT posthume. SEE Marcel, 
Gabriel. Theatre comique. DP12576. 

DIVIDENDS on stock. DU14357. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE DIVINE romance. DU14964. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

A DIVINE tragedy. B5-3743. SEE Colosimo, 
Elie Thomas. 

THE DIVING fool. DU13607. SEE Griswold, 
Laurence V. 

DIX, Martin A., pseud. SEE Stone, Carol. 

DO a litUe wrong. DU15203. SEE Watson, 
Vee Margaret. 

DO unto others. DU14034. SEE Neumann, 
J. Kremer. 

DO you remember? C2612. SEE Stern, 
Yermie. 

DOBLINGER, Ludwig (Bernhard Herzmansky). 
Ohne Geld, wir ich reich. DP14833. SEE 
Oesterreicher, Rudolf. 

DOC and buU story. DU13049. SEE First 
Nighter, Nov. 1, 1947. 

DOCK strike. DU13423. SEE Eardley, Carl. 

DOCTOR. DU15418. SEE Morg, Richard 
Joseph. 

Dr. Ama Ti Co, pseud. SEE Sibelius, Stanley. 

THE DOCTOR and his seconds. SEE McNally, 
James Joseph. Dr. Christian and 40 seconds. 
DU14147. 

DR. Atom and Otis save atomic bomb materials. 
DU 15145. SEE Dunham, Otis Emerson. 

DR. Atom and Otis save gold from revolu- 
tionaries by atomic energy. DU15239. SEE 
Dunham, Otis Emerson. 

DR. Brownie -Button and the Green Gremlin. 
DU13625. SEE Paddock, Milton Elliott. 

DR. CHRISTLAN (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc. 

466. Oct. 29, 1947. The crystal bowl. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13254. 

467. Nov. 5, 1947. Anniversary party. 
© Ic 10Mar48; DU13496. 

468. Nov. 12, 1947. The doctor takes a 
son. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13255. 

469. Nov. 19, 1947. Hell wagons. © Ic 
3Mar48; DU13256. 

470. Nov. 26, 1947. Cupid's boomerang. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13257. 

471. Dec. 3, 1947. Gold girl. © Ic 
3Mar48; DU13258. 

472. Dec. 10, 1947. Love's old sweet 
dream. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13259. 

473. Dec. 17, 1947. There's no accounting 
for tastes. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13260. 

474. Dec. 24, 1947. Dr. Christian pulls 
some strings. © Ic 3Mar48; DU 13261. 

475. Dec. 31, 1947. Genius hits a snag. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13262. 

476. Jan. 7, 1948. Eyes to see with. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13263. 

477. Jan. 14, 1948. Strange gesture. © Ic 
3Mar48; DU13264. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DR. CHRISTIAN. Cont d. 

478 Jan. 21, 1948. Little white lie. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13265. 

479 Jan. 28, 1948. Commander Halliday 
returns. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13266. 

480 Feb. 4, 1948. A wish for Elizabeth. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13267. 

481. Feb. 11, 1948. The legacy. © Ic 

3Mar48: DU13268, 
482 Feb. 18, 1948. Candid shot. © Ic 

3Mar48; DU13269. 

483. Feb. 25, 1948. Next car going up. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13270. 

484. Mar. 3, 1948. Fool's gold. © Ic 
10Mar48;DUl3497. 

485. Mar. 10, 1948. Born to dance. 
© Ic 19Mar48; DU13571. 

486. Mar. 17, 1948. Decision. © Ic 
22May48; DU14865. 

487. Mar. 24, 1948. The black patch. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14864. 

488. Mar. 31, 1948. Lucky accident. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14863. 

489 Apr. 7, 1948. The climax comes up 
bobby SOX. © Ic 22May48; DU14861. 

490. Apr. 14, 1948. The trap. © Ic 
22May48; DU14860. 

491. Apr. 21, 1948. The broken taboo. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14859. 

492. Apr. 28, 1948. Little boy marine. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14858. 

493. May 5, 1948. Now that spring is there. 
© Ic 22May48: DU14857. 

494. May 12, 1948. Winner's circle. © Ic 
22May48; DU14e72. 

DR. Christian and 40 seconds. DU14147. 
SEE McNally, James Joseph. 

DR. D. Fine, the word surgeon. C2378, C2452. 
SEE Hyma, John Henry. 

DR. I. Q. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C. Grant. 
© Grant Advertising, inc. 

Dec. 22, 1947. © Ic 29Dec47; C1981. 
Dec. 29, 1947; Jan. 5, 1948. © Ic each 

12Jan48; C2001- 2002. 
Jan. 12, 1948. © Ic 16Jan48; C2004. 
Jan. 19, 1948. © Ic 22Jan48; C2017. 
Jan. 26, 1948. © Ic 2Feb48; C2063. 
Feb. 2, 1948. © Ic 6Feb48; C2150. 
Feb. 9, 1948. © Ic 12Feb48; C2164. 
Feb. 16, 1948. © Ic 19Feb48; C2187. 
Feb. 23, 1948. © Ic 26Feb48; C2231. 
Mar. 1, 1948. © Ic 5Mar48; C2261. 
Mar. 8, 1948. © Ic 12Mar48, C2276. 
Mar. 15, 1948. © Ic 18Mar48; C2297. 
Mar. 22, 1948. © Ic 25Mar48; C2316. 
Mar. 29, 1948. © Ic lApr48; C2387. 
Apr. 5, 1948. © Ic 8Apr48; C2419. 
Apr. 12, 1948. © Ic 15Apr48; C2439. 
Apr. 19, 1948. © Ic 23Apr48; C2497. 
Apr. 26, 1948. © Ic 30Apr48; C2530. 
May 3, 1948. © Ic 7May48; C2564. 
May 10, 1948. © Ic 14May48; C2582. 
May 17, 1948. © Ic 21May48; C2614. 
May 24, 1948. © Ic 7Jun48; C2731. 
May 31, 1948. © Ic 7Jun48; C2729. 
June 7, 1948. © Ic 14Jun48; C2741. 
June 14, 1948. © Ic 17Jun48; C2748. 
June 21, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; C2765. 

DR. I. Q. JUNIOR SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C. 
- Grant. © Grant Advertising, inc. 

1. Mar. 6, 1948. © Ic 10Mar48; C2264. 

2. Mar. 13, 1948. © Ic 18Mar48; C2298. 

3. Mar. 20, 1948. © Ic 31Mar48; C2417. 

3. Mar. 20, 1948. © Ic 12May48; C2579. 

4. Mar. 27, 1948. © Ic 31Mar48; C2384. 

5. Apr. 3, 1948. © Ic 7Apr48; C2411. 

6. Apr. 10, 1948. © Ic 14Apr48; C2438. 

7. Apr. 17, 1948. © Ic 21Apr48; C2469. 

8. Apr. 24, 1948. © Ic 29Apr48; C2529. 

9. May 1, 1948. © Ic 15May48; DU14670. 



10. 


May 8, 


1948. 


© Ic 15May48; 


DU 14669. 






11. 


May 15, 


1948. 


© Ic 20May48; C2615 


12. 


May 22, 


1948. 


© Ic ljun48; DU15082 


13. 


May 29, 


1948. 


© Ic 14Jun48; C2742. 


14. 


June 5, 


1948. 


© Ic 9Jun48; DU15150. 


15. 


June 12, 


1948. 


© Ic 17Jun48; C2747. 


16. 


June 19, 


1948. 


© Ic 23Jun48; C2755. 



THE DOCTOR takes a son. DU13255. 
Dr. Christian, no. 468. 



SEE 



DOCTORS are people. DU13667. 
Claire H. 



SEE Davis, 



THE DOCTOR'S decision. 
Surchi, Enrico. 



DU 13444. SEE 



DOCTOR'S obsession. 
Hilliard, Frank. 



DU14800. SEE 



DOCTOR'S ORDERS (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by Frank Jones 
and Bettina Jones. © Radio Productions. 

1. Oct. 26, 1947. Ace of trumps. © Ic 
260ct47; DU14405, 

2. Nov. 2, 1947. T.he wind that blows no 
good. © Ic 30Oct47; DU14406. 

3. Nov. 9, 1947. Success story. © Ic 
3Nov47; DU14407. 

4. Nov. 16, 1947. Night watch. © Ic 
10Nov47: DU14408. 

5. Nov. 23, 1947. Off the beam. © Ic 
17Nov47; DU14409. 

DODD, Mead and Company, inc. 
The best one-act plays, 1947-1948. 
AA83794. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. 

DODGE Division, Chrysler Corporation. 
SEE Chrysler Corporation. Dodge Division. 

DODSON, OWEN VINCENT. 
Bayou legend, a play in two acts. © Owen 
Vincent Dodson, Wilson Horton Lehr; 
Ic 30Apr48; DU14286. 

DOELLNER, Robert. 
The Horned Devil of Vermont. DU12797. 
SEE Fellows, Douglas Merritt. 

THE DOG walker. DU13129. SEE Lurch, 
Bruce John. 

DOGIN, DORIS. 

Let's talk it out; listening therapy-what 
is it? An address. © Doris Dogin; 
Ic lMar48; C2247. 
Listening therapy service offered by SeU- 
Improvement Services. Announcement. 
© Doris Dogin; Ic 24Feb48; C2267. 



DOING a good job of display. C2656. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



DOKTOR, NIKE OLGA. 

O' Grady's place, a play in three acts. 
© Olga Doktor; Ic 26Mar48; on revisions; 
DU13644. Prev. reg. 3Dec47; D11856. 

DOLBIER, MAURICE. 
Dead beat, a musical play in two acts. 
Book by Maurice Dolbier, music and 
lyrics by Ben Victor. [Text only] © 
Ben Victor, Maurice Dolbier; Ic 12Mar48; 
DU14094. 

THE DOLL factory. DU12545. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 11. 

DOLLARS after dark. C2674. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

DOLLARS and sense. DU12299. SEE Field 
(Marshall) and Company. 

POMBROFF, Robert Joseph. 
Eliminate it. DU14320. SEE Jones, George 
Chadwick. 



The Great Bull. DU14314. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
The hunter. DU14851. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 
The Liars' Club. DU14850. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
Loco with no motive. DU14316. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
PaidinfuU. DU14318. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 
Push-em-up Tony. DU14315. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
That old gang of mine. DU14313. SEE 

Jones, George Chadwick. 
That's a violation. DU14317. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
Who's who. DU14319. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 



DON Faust. 
K. 



DU12393. SEE Savacool, John 



DON Giovanni. DP14116, DP14118. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 
Amadeus. 



DONALD Dragon. 
Jack. 



DU13155. SEE Norworth, 



DONATH, STELLA MARIE. 

Choose a firm cloud, a play in three acts. 
© Stella Marie Donath; Ic 29Mar48; 
DU14126. 

DONNELLY, HUGH ROBERT ALLEN. 
The wives of Victor Melling, a screen 
play. 47 leaves. © Hugh Robert Allen 
Donnelly; Ic 12Jul47; DU13340. 

DONNERGAARD, LOUISE. 

Hold the Une, please; a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 40 p. 
(Baker s plays for amateurs) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 27Jan48; DP13009. 

DONNE T, MARIE. 
Henrik Ibsen's "The master builder," an 
adaptation in English for the modern 
theatre, by Marie Donnet. In three acts. 
© Marie Donnet; Ic 12Apr48; DU13924. 

don't be chickenl DU13421. SEE Lawless, 
Ben. 

don't listen, ladies. DU14273. SEE Bolton, 
Guy Reginald. 

don't say hello. C2375. SEE Gordon, 
James E . 

don't say "hello;" your chances go. SEE 
Ledyard, Robert Francis. Dinner winner 

script. C2734. 
Schechter, Morris Paul. Dinner winner 

script. C2574. 

don't spill the salt. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. 
DP13087. 

DONWORTH; Albert Bernard. 

Columbo. DU14450. SEE Hunt, Mrs. Cecil 

Sloat. 
Columbus. DU14451 -14452. SEE Hunt, 

Mrs. Cecil Sloat. 
The reason why Columbus sailed. 
SEE Hunt, Mrs. Cecil Sloat. 
Columbo. DU14450. 
Columbus. DU14451 -14452. 

DOOM and the limping man. DU12902. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 311. 

DOORWAY to your dreams. DU12917. SEE 
Harpel, Willis Russell. 

DOREMUS, Kathryne. SEE Slade, Kathryne 
Doremus. 



28 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DORIO, ARIO. 

For the good people, an original story 

and screenplay, in eight parts. 

© Ario Dorio; Ic 26Apr48; DU14204. 
Little Miss White Boots, a screenplay in 

ten parts. © Ario Dorio; Ic 2Apr48; 

DU13771. 

DOROTHEA dances the minuet. SEE Quinlan, 
Mary Eva. Plays for early teens. 
DP12792. 

DOSTOEVSKlf, Fedor Mikhailovich. 
Crime and punishment. SEE Ackland, 
Rodney. Dostoievsky's Crime ana 
punishment. DPI 3566. 

DOSTOIEVSKY'S Crime and punishment. 
DPI 3566. SEE Ackland, Rodney. 

DOT and Tony. DU12949. SEE KSstner, 
Erich. 

DOTY, Mrs. Charles E. SEE Doty, Naomi 
Margaret. 

DOTY, NAOMI MARGARET. 
Our flower show, a playlet. 12 leaves. 
© Naomi M. Doty (Mrs. Charles E. 
Doty); Ic 22Jan48; DU13189. 

DOUBLE duty. DU13562. SEE Duckers, 
Leslie. 

LA DOUBLE expertise. SEE Marcel, 
Gabriel. Theatre comique. DP12576. 

DOUBLE exposure. DU12446. SEE AiMns, 
Carroll Colby. 

THE DOUBLE miracle. DU14426. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. HI. 

DOUBLE play. DU14581. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 856. 

DOUGALL, . SEE ' 

Challenge oi tne Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

THE DOUGHNUT hole. DP13969. SEE 
Harris, Aurand. 

THE DOVE of Lodi. DU12569. SEE Grover, 
Emily Barbara. 

DOWLING, ARTHUR JOSEPH. 

Assail the season, a play in three acts. 
© Arthur Joseph Dowling, Jr.; Ic llTun48- 
DU15185. ^ 

Mrs. Dalloway, a screen play, adapted 
from the novel of the same title by 
Virginia Woolf. 18 leaves. © Arthur 
Joseph DowUng, Jr.; Ic 24Mar48; 
DU14097. 

DOWUNG, Edward Duryea. 
What's in the middle. DU14493. SEE 
Sherman, Charles. 

DOWLING, JENNETTE. 
The man who knows, a play prepared for 
the New York City Cancer Committee. 
Released by the American Theatre Wing 
Community Plays. 18 leaves. © 
Jennette Dowling; 31Mar48; DPI 5014. 

DOWN our street. DP12630. SEE Richmond, 
Susan. 

DOWN the chute. DU12543. SEE The Mvsterv 
Castle, no. 9. J j- 

DOWNS, Frederic, pseud. SEE Flesher, 
Frederic Downs. 

T.iE DOXON of Duseberry. DU13170. SEE 
iCaltman, Lillian Gladstone. 



DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan. 

Sherlock Holmes, and other detective 
stories. SEE Kobin, Robert. The 
private life of Sherlock Holmes. 
DU14096. 

THE DRAGON kite. DU14589. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2383-1608. 

THE DRAGON'S breath. DP13763. SEE 
Whitson, Clare Harrington. 

DRAKE, Carlos Corey. 
The woman I love. DU 12280. SEE Wood, 
Douglas. 

DRAKE, CONSTANCE. 
Romance on the river, a musical play in 
two acts, by Constance Drake. Music 
and lyrics by Vincent Travers, George 
Clifford, and Hugo DePaul. [Text only] 
© Constance Drake; Ic 19Apr48; 
DU14136. 

DRAKE, WILUAM A. 
Two hearts in waltz time (The lost waltz) 
in two acts. Libretto by William A. 
Drake, lyrics by Dailey Paskman, music 
by Robert Stolz. Based on the motion 
picture "Zwei Herzen im Dreivierteltakt,' 
by Walter Reisch and Franz Schulz, and 
on the operetta "Der verlorene Walzer," 
by Paul Knepler, J. M. Welleminsky and 
Robert Gilbert. [Text only] © Dailey 
Paskman, William A. Drake; Ic 16Jan48; 
on revisions and additions; DU12398. 
Prev. reg. "The lost waltz (Two hearts 
in waltz time)" 18Sep39; D65928. 

DRAMA Guild Publishers. 
Junior is a genius. DP12937. SEE Forten- 

bacher, Olive White. 
Mrs. Astor's horse. DP13388. SEE Stone, 

James Floyd. 



THE DRAMA of the United Nations. 
SEE Stern, Alan. 



DU13822. 



DRAMATIC Publishing Company. 
Murder among the angels. DPI 2800. SEE 

Barry, Mae Howley. 
That's the spirit. DP12799. SEE Friend, 

Bill. 

DRAMATIS personae. DU13986. SEE Gardner, 
Rufus Hallette. 

DRAMATIZATION of the trial of Jesus. 
C2203. SEE Picard, Frank A. 

DRAPER, BENJAMIN POFF. 
The big do, a half -hour variety show. 
Georgetown, Colo., Georgetown Enter- 
prises, C1947. 14 leaves. Text only. 
© Georgetown Enterprises, inc.; 
7Jun47; DP15155. 

DRAPER, WALT. 
Drums of fire, a one -act play. © Walt 

Draper; Ic 14May48; DU14662. 
The ghost of Possum HoUow I A farce 

comedy in three acts. © Walt Draper; 

Ic 14May48; DU14663. 
Mr. Merkle's muddle, a farce comedy in 

three acts. © Walt Draper; Ic 5Dec47; 

DU12223. 

DRDA, JAN. 
Hratky s certem, komedie o deseti 
obrazech. Praha, A. Hynekj 1946. 107 p. 
illus. (Khihovna dramaticke tvorby, 
svazek 1) © Literary and Theatrical 
Agency of the Syndicate of Czech Authors; 
180ct46; DP13164. 

THE DREAM-grinder. DU13665. SEE 
Bentkover, Jacob. 

DREAM house. DU14140. SEE Hill, Thomas 
A. 



DREAM me another. DU14161. SEE 
Hayes, Lynne. 

THE DREAM pipe. DU13304. SEE Graves, 
Willis LeRoy. 

DREAM plan. DU14773, DU14835. SEE 
D'Azevedo, Lisa. 

THE DREAM that came true. DU14867. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 191. 

DREAMBOAT. DU13414. SEE Unger, 
Stella. 

THE DREAMER. DP12264. SEE Sandeen, 
Dagmar Vola (Thomas) 

DREYFUSS, ALAN. 
Hey, youl A play in three acts. © Alan 
Dreyfuss; Ic llMar48; DU13407. 

DRISCOLL, David. SEE Young Doctor 
Malone (Radio program) 

DROPKIN, LOUIS. 
Peter and the platypus, a farce in three 
acts, by Louis Dropkin and FeUx 
Leon. © Louis Dropkin, Felix Leon; 
Ic 7May48; DU14428. 

DROWNING of a cat. DU14441. SEE Karney, 
Clarence M. 

DRUCE, OLGA. 

The universal heckler, a play. Released 
by the American Theatre Wing Com- 
munity Plays. 20 leaves. © Olga Druce; 
18Apr48; DP15015. 

DRUCKER, SYLVIA G. 
Showdown, a comedy in three acts, by 
Sylvia Davies [pseud.] © Sylvia Drucker; 
Ic 5May48; DU14387. 

THE DRUID circle. DPI 3061. SEE Van 
Druten, John. 

DRUMS of fire. DU14662. SEE Draper, 
Walt. 

DRUNKEN driver. C2124. SEE Roche, 
William Bosworth. Automobile safety 
jingles for radio, L-6. 

DRURY, Charles H. 
Write a song. DU14102. SEE Waters, 
James F. 

DRYER, Bernard Victor. 
Winner takes life. DU 15244. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 564. 

DUANE, Frank, pseud. SEE Rosengren, Frank 
Duane . 

DUBOIS, Marcel. 

Oncle Harry. DU15321. SEE Job, Thomas. 

DU BOIS, Raoul Pene. SEE Pene du Bois, Raoull 

DU BOIS, William. 
No dateline needed. DU13477. SEE Hutchens, 
John K. 

DUCK hunters. C2770. SEE Freestone, Arthur. 

DUCKERS, LESLIE. 
Double duty, a comedy in three acts, by Royal 
Monroe [pseud.] © Leslie Duckers; Ic 
22Mar4g; DU13562. 

DUCKLER, MARVIN. 
Till Eulenspiegel, an original cinematic 
music drama, created by Marvin Duckler and 
Elliot Schick. [Text only] © Marvin Duckler, 
Elliot Schick; Ic i5Mar48; DU14072. 

DUCREUX, LOU^S. 

Un souvenir d Italie, comedie en trois actes 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DUCREUX, LOUIS. Cont d. 

[avec prologue et epilogue]. Paris, Nagel 
[1946]. 113 p. (Collection du theatre con- 
temporain) © Les Editions Nagel; 20Jun46; 
DP15142. 

DUDLEYS, Paul. SEE Your Hit Parade (Radio 
program) 

THE DUENNA. DT^4726, DP15164. SEE 
Prokof'ev, Sergei Sergeevich. 

DUERSTEN, WILLIAM EDWARD. 
The sparrow's nest, a play in two acts, by 
David Edward Durston [pseud.] © William 
Edward Duersten, Jr.; Ic lApr48; on re- 
visions; DU13773. Prev. reg. "The cli- 
mactic years;" 25May45; D93964. 

DUFF, HARRY JAMES. 
To have pity, a drama in three acts. 
© Harry Duff; Ic 12Jan48; DU12305. 

DUGAN, JOHN THOMAS. 
The moon of Ramadan, a romance in two acts. 
© John Thomas Dugan; Ic 4May48; DU14310. 

DUGAN, LAWRENCE JOSEPH. 
Joan La Pucelle, an Elizabethan "revenge" 

play, constructed from the Joan Pucelle - 

Talbot scenes in the first part of "Henry 

VI." 46 leaves. © Lawrence Joseph Dugan; 

Ic 19Jan48; DU12447. 
The marriage contract, an Irish folk comedy 

with music, in two acts, by Larry Dugan. 

[Text only] © Lawrence Joseph Dugan; Ic 

19Jan48; DU12448. 

DUGGAN, LIBBIE BLOCK. 
I have news for you! A musical comedy in 
two acts. [Text only] © Libbie Bloci: 
Duggan; Ic 21May4ff; DU14802. 

DuLANY, Allen albert. 
Monkey business. DU13916. SEE McKinney, 
Mayme . 

DU MAURIER, DAPHNE . 

The years between, a play in two acts. 
London,^S. French [1947]. 79 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 221) © Samuel 
French, ltd.; lDec47; DP12758. 

THE DUMMY. DU14016. SEE Reardon, Mark 
Sylvester. 

THE DUNBAR Beck presentation. SEE 
Harkrider, John. National ring. DU12560. 

DUNCAN, Joel. 
Inside story. DU12815. SEE Duncan, 

Philine Lesser. 
Oh, my darUng. DU13912. SEE Duncan, 
Philine Lesser. 

DUNCAN, PHIUNE LESSER 

Inside story, a play with satirical overtones, 
in three acts, by Philine and Joel Duncan. 
© Philine Duncan, Joel Duncan; Ic 9Feb48 

. DU12815. 

Oh, my darling; a comedy-drama in three 
acts, by Philine and Joel Duncan. © Philine 
Duncan, Joel Duncan; Ic 29Mar48; on 
revisions; DU13912. Prev. reg. 13Mar47; 
D8078. 

DUNHAM, OTIS_EMERSON 

Dr. Atom and 'Otis save atomic bomb materials 
Soript no. 1 in a radio series, "Dr. Atom." 
© Otis E. Dunham; Ic 9Jun48; DU15145. 

Dr. Atom and Otis save gold from revolu- 
tionaries by atomic energy. Script no. 2 in 
a radio series, "Dr. Atom." © Otis E. 
Dunham; Ic 16Jun48; DU15239. 

DUNKLE, ANNA BARNET. 
The unintentional God, a play. 23 leaves. 
© Anna B. Dunkle; Ic 4May48; DU14337. 



DUNLAP, DONALD H. 

Five fingers to heaven, a play in three acts. 
© Donald H. Dunlap; Ic 23Apr48; DU14377. 

DUN LEAVAY, CHARLES A. 
American fantasy; for lecture presentation, 
also story material. 78 leaves. © Charles 
A. Dun Leavay; Ic 25Feb48; C2221. 

DUNN, Becca Fizell. SEE Fizell, Becca. 

DUNN, CAESAR. 
Sonya, a new play in three acts. © Caesar 
Dunn; Ic 28Nov47; DU12237. 

DUNN, JOHN EDWARD. 
The witch of Nidaros, a dramatic compo- 
sition in verse. 28 leaves. © John E. Dunn; 
Ic 30Jan48; DU12660. 

DUNN, Russell. 
The villager. DU14008. SEE Fizell, Becca. 

DUNNE, GEORGE H. 
Phyllis sits tight! A comedy in three acts. 
© George H. Dunne; Ic 12Apr48; DU13944. 

DUNST, ANNE M. 
The last sitting, a play in one act. Madison, 
Wisconsin Idea Theatre, cl948. 20 leaves. 
© Anne M. Dunst; 4Jan48; DP 14486. 

DU PONT DE NEMOURS (E.I.) and Company. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America (Radio 
program) 

DURRELL FANNY ELIZABETH.. 
The Betsy Ross flags in service, 1776 and 
1777; by Fanny E. and Percy B. Durrell. 
[Lecture] © Fanny Elizabeth Durrell, 
Percy Brooks Durrell; Ic 9Mar48; C2262. 

DURRELL, Percy Brooks. 
The Betsy Ross flags in service, 1776 and 
1777. C2262. SEE Durrell, Fanny Eliza- 
beth. 

DURSTINE, Roy S. SEE Speak Up, America 
(Radio program) 



DURSTON, Dav^d Edward, pseud. 
Duersten, William Edward. 



SEE 



DURYEA (O. C.) Corporation. 
Shockproof shipping. C2759. 
Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE vVilding 



•DUTTON, CHARLES P. 

Lecture course of lessons on how to play the 
piano, by Charles P. Dutton and Frank C. 
Allen. Lessons 1-24. © Mus-Ed Record 
Co., a partnership composed of Frank C. 
Allen and Efale T. Allen; Ic each 230ct47; 
C2091-2114. 



DYER, Harold. 
A Piccadilly daffodil. 
Latimer, Dorothy. 



DP13507. SEE 



DYKES-BEACHY, E. B. 
In Christmas Carol Land, a pageant with 
carols and tableaux. Boston, Baker's Plays 
[19481. 23 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
30Jah48; DP12997. 

DYMOW, OSSIP. 
Cafeteria, a comedy with music in one act. 
[Text only, in Yiddish] © Ossip D^mow; 
Ic 25May48; DU1488U. 



E pluribus Benny. DU13400. SEE Cravrford, 
Oliver. 

EAGLE'S nest. DU13361. SEE Cosner, Ada 
Lucille. 



EAMES, RUTH PURMORT. 

R.S.V.P., a modern comedy in three acts, 
adapted by Ruth Fames, from the French of 
Robert Spitzer and Paul Geraldy. © Ruth 
P. Fames; Ic 18Jun48; DU15253. 

EARDLEY, CARL. 
Dock strike, a one -act play. © Carl Eardley; 
Ic 16Mar48; DU13423. 

EARTH in my hands. DU15278. SEE Keller, 
Alvin Joseph. 

EASEMENTS. SEE Spencer, Albert E. Deeds. 
C2212. 

EAST am East. DP13513. SEE Funk, Mary 
Ruth. 

EAST of Olympus. DU13990. SEE Stringer, 
Ann. 

EASTER at Galilee. DP14246. SEE Willis, 
Edith H. 

EASTER eve. SEE Mayorga, Margaret (Gard- 
ner), ed. The best one-act plays, 1947-1948. 
AA83794. 

THE EASTER heritage. DP13568. SEE Yale, 
Elsie Duncan. 

EASTER wings. SEE Eastman, Fied. 
One-act plays of spiritual power. DPlb231. 

EASTMAN, FRED. 
American saint of democracy. SEE Eastman, 
Fred. One-act plays of spiritual power. 
DP15231. 
One -act plays of spiritual power. Boston, 
W. H. Baker Co. [1948]. 196 p. Contents.— 
Pilot lights of the Apocalypse, by Louis N. 
Ridenour. — American saint of democracy, 
by Fred Eastman. — The flight into Egypt, 
by Thornton Wilder.— He came seeing, by 
Mary Hamlin. —A cloud of witnesses, by 
Esther Willard Bates.— What never dies, by 
Percival Wilde. — Ba Thane, by Edna A. 
Baldwin.— The thief and the hangman, by 
Morton Wishengrad. — Easter wings, by 
Dorothy C. AUan.— Sergeant Smith returns, 
by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; Iljun48; DP15231. 

E ASTON, SIDNEY. 
Somewhere in Texas, a moving picture 
script. 8 leaves. © Sidney Easton; Ic 
l3Apr48;DU14002. 

EASY Cub Scout plays. DP15171. SEE Friend, 
Russell. 

AN EASYWAY loan. C2306. SEE Armanino, 
Dominic Carl. 

THE EATING problem. SEE Usoskin, Joan C. 
Parents, please I DU14740. 

EAUXnoires. DU12296. SEE Castro Fernan- 
dez, H€ctor Alfredo. 

EAVESDROPPERS in Eden. DU13471. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 105. 

EBENHACK, ARTHUR. 
Skin deep, a play in three acts. © Arthur 
Ebenhack; Ic 5Jan48; DU12907. 

ECCLESINE, Joseph. 
Lucky anniversary. DU14829. SEE Fairbanks, 
WilUam F. 

ECHO and Narcissus. DU12731. SEE Schultz, 
Ethel. 

ECHOES from Broadway. DU14693. SEE 
Condylis, Paul. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BCKERT, Mildred L. 

VVhat would you do? DU12829. SEE Eckert, 
William S. 

ECKERT, WILUAM S. 
Teen Hall today, by Bill Seymour [pseud.] 
Radio script. © William S. Eckert, Jr.; 
Ic 6Feb48; DU12828. 
What would you do? By Bill Seymour [pseud.] 
Radio script. © Mildred L. Eckert; Ic 
6Feb48; DU12829. 

ECONOMIC concepts and group relations. 
C2625. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 
Management conference: Group relations, 
8th day. 

ECONOMIC relationships. C2199. SEE Rees, 
Albert Winfield. 

EDDY, JUNIUS. 
The thirtieth star, a dramatic entertainment 
for the stage, in commemoration of Wis- 
consin's State Centennial, 1948. Adapted 
from the original centennial radio script 
by Robert E. Gard. Madison, Wisconsin 
Idea Theatre, cl948. 60 p. © Junius Eddy; 
20Feb48; DP14480. 

EDELSTEIN, DAVID HENRY. 
The allergic Dr. Tost, a play in sixteen 

scenes. © David Edelstein; Ic 22Jun48; 

DU 15309. 
Blighted fruit, a play in five scenes. © 

David Edelstein; Ic lljun48; DUlSl'ZS. 
Enemies in the moonlight, a play in seven 

scenes. © David Edelstein; Ic 22Jun48; 

DU15311. 
Marriage by elimination, a play in nine 

scenes. © David Edelstein; Ic 19Jan48; 

DU12632. 
No, no, not that. A play in four scenes. 

© David Edelstein; Ic lljun48; DU15179. 
White above the instep, a play in nine scenes. 

© David Edelstein; Ic 22Jun48; DU15310. 

EDGAR, V/endeU. SEE Edgar, William WendeU. 

EDGAR, WILLIAM WENDELL. 
The answer, a play in two acts, by Wendell 
Edgar. © William Wendell Edgar; Ic 
26Apr48; DU14181. 

EDICASHUN. DU14367. SEE Shrode, Mattie 
Mary. 

EDITIONS du Pavois. 
Temoignages, essais, Etudes. DPl'i499. 

SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 
Le theatre anglais d'hier et d'aujourd'hui. 

DP14500. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

EDITIONS I. A. C. SEE Editions Impressions 
Artistiques en Couleurs. 

EDITIONS Impressions Artistiques en Couleurs 
L' amour medecin [et] Le malade imaginaire. 

DP12314. SEE Mohlre, Jean Baptiste 

Poquelin. 
Cinna. DP12315. SEE Corneille, Pierre. 
Le SiciUen [et] Le bourgeois gentilhomme. 

DP12316. SEr " " " 

Poquelin, 



I.E Moliere, Jean Baptiste 



EDITIONS Max C^aUs. SEE C€alis (Max) 
Editions. 

EDITIONS Nagel. 

Epousez-nous, monsieur. DP15075. SEE 

L^traz, Jean de. 
La putain respectueuse. DP15076. SEE 

Sartre, Jean Paul. 
Un souvenir d'ltaUe. DP15142. SEE Ducreux, 

Louis. 

EDITIONS Raisons d'Etre. 

Le jardinier de Samos. DP14049. SEE 
Vildrac, Charles. 



EDITIONS Royalty. 

Chanson gitane. DP13570. 
Andr^. 



SEE MouSzy-Eon, 



EDITRICE "Faro . 
II ragionier Ventura. AF7301. 
Giannini, Guglielmo. 



SEE 



EDSTROM,_EDWARD WALTER. 
Governor's Mansion, a three-act comedy, 
by Ed Edstrom and George A. Hendon, Jr. 
© Edward \/alter Edstrom, George Albert 
Hendon, Jr.; Ic 15Mar48; DU13882. 

THE EDUCATION of Peggy. DU14841. SEE 
Weathervane, Sylvester. 

THE EDWARD J. Kasper presentation. SEE 
Harkrider, John. The Whoopstars. DU12849. 

EDWARDS, GECRGE GRAVELEY. 
Brushtail, an historical play in three acts, 
by George Graveley [pseud.] St. Albans 
[Eng.] Printed by W. Cartmel [1947]. 
106 p. © George Graveley Edwards; 
15Cct47; DP13722. 

EELLS, GEORGE. 
A world in itself, a play in three acts. 
© George Eells; Ic 27May48; on revisions; 
DU15067. Prev. reg. "The brass ring;" 
29Nov45; D96157. 

EGOLF, WILLARD DURRE. 
Special form for broadcasting station sign- 
off announcement. © Willard Durre Egolf; 
Ic 9Mar48; C2259. 

EGYPT land. DU14725. SEE Armstrong, 
Robert Golden. 

EHRLICH, MAX. 
Murder me twice; episode in the television 

program, "Barney Blake, police reporter." 

© Max Ehrlich; Ic 2Mar48; DU13235. 
The Shadow. SEE The Shadow (Radio program) 
The Whipple family, the first in a new series 

of half-hour television dramas. © Max 

EhrUch; Ic 14Jun48; DU15188. 

EIDEM, ODD. 
Spillet om Bly-Petter, tragikomedie i 11 
bilder, illustrasjoner av Joseph Grimeland. 
Oslo, H. Aschehoug (vV. Nygaard) 1947." 
187 p. illus. © H. Aschehoug a Co. 
(W. Nygaard); 230ct47; DP13166. 

EIGHT Christmas plays for children. AA71097. 
SEE Krug, Amelia Charlotte . 

EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 

Dantons Tod, eine Cper in zwei Teilen (sechs 
Bildern), frei nach Georg Buchner, von 
Gottfried Einem. Text eingerichtet von 
Boris Blacher und Gottfried Einem. 
Klavierauszug mit Text. Wien, Universal- 
Edition [1947]. 236 p. © Universal-Edition; 
8Aug47; DP14713. 

Dantons Tod, eine Oper in zwei Teilen (sechs 
Bildern), frei nach Georg Buchner, von 
Gottfried Einem. Text eingerichtet von 
Boris Blacher und Gottfried Einem. A^ien, 
Universal -Edition [19471. 35 p. Text only. 
© Universal -Edition; 29jul47; DP14712. 

EINSTADT, ISAAC. 
Sister Superior, a modern domestic comedy 
in three acts, by Irving Einstein [pseud.] 
© Isaac Einstadt; Ic 20Feb48; on revisions: 
DU13005. Prev. reg. "A double proposal, 
14jaji44, D86643. 

EINSTEIN Irving, pseud. SEE Einstadt, Isaac. 

EISENBERG, Philip. 

»i^orks by Philip Eisenberg in collaboration 
with Hermann Krasnow are entered under 
MacDonald, Bruce, pseud. 



ELAINE'S scrap book. DU12587-12589. SEE 
Grannum, Stanley Tennyson. 

ELDRIDGE, Dick. 
Especially for Mom; C2768. SEE Eldridge, 
Helen. 

ELDRIDGE. HELEN. 
Espeicially for Mom; radio program continuity 
by Helen and Dick Eldridge. © Helen 
Eldridge, Dick Eldridge; Ic 8Jun48; C2768. 

ELDRIDGE Entertainment House, inc. 
Buffalo Billy. DP13516. SEE Kotz, Kathleen 

Murphy. 
The carol of the world. DPI 3518. SEE 

Busfield, Roger Melvil. 
East am East. DP13513. SEE Funk, Mary 

Ruth. 
A gift from Uncle Henry. DP13521. SEE 

Elser, Donald. 
Home for Christmas. DF 13524. SEE Stone, 

James Floyd. 
The honeymoon is over. DP13519. SEE 

Stone, James Floyd. 
If you knew Susie I DP13520. SEE Stone, 

James Floyd. 
In daze of olde. DF13511. SEE Sutton, 

Vanita. 
Kid brother. DP13523. SEE Elser, Donald. 
Leave it to Grandma. DP13517. SEE Stone, 

James Floyd. 
Melody madhouse. DP13515. SEE Sprague, 

Besse (Toulouse) 
The phantom ship. DP13526. SEE Christie, 

Catherine (Allison). 
Santa resigns. DF13525. SEE DeVore, Mary. 
The scarlet ribbon. DP13522. SEE Hawse, 

Alberta. 
The smell of the Yukon. DF 13510. SEE 

Sutton, Vanita. 
Three tickets to Kllamey. DP13512. SEE 

HaU, John Davidson. 
The widow's mite. DP13514. SEE Sundelof- 

Asbrand, Karin. 

ELECTRIC braking for rubber miUs and calen- 
dars. C2710. SEE Dalton, Bernard Joseph. 

ELECTRIC equipment for wire winders. C2712. 
SEE Lloyd, Harry Richard. 

ELECTRICITY; what it is. C2508. SEE Roe, 
James. 

THE ELEMENTS of discipline. C2631. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Group relations, 17th day. 

THE ELEVATOR operator. DU15011. SEE 
Garrett, Mary V. 

ELIMINATE it. DU14320. SEE Jones, George 
Chadwick. 

THE EUSSA Landi show. DU13396. SEE 
Usoskin, Joan C. 

ELIZABETH the Queen. DU12887. SEE Ellis, 
Amanda M. 

ELIZABETH wears a wig. DP13505. SEE 
Baneshik, Percy. 

ELUOT, DAVID. 
Holidays for U. S. A pageant with music. 
Lyrics by David Elliot, music by Ray Elliot. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© David Elliot, Ray Elliot; Ic 8Mar48; 
DU13356. 

ELLIOT, Ray. 
Holidays for U. S. DU13356. SEE EUiot, 
David. 

ELLIOTTE, John. SEE The Great Gildersleeve 
(Radio program) 



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ELUS, AMANDA M. 

Elizabeth, the Queen; a play in three acts. 
© Amanda M. Ellis; Ic 22Dec47; DU12887. 

ELUS Crock. DU14429. SEE iVellstone, 
Leon S. 

ELLSWORTH, Edith. 
Easter at GaUlee. DP14246. SEE Willis, 
Edith H. 

ELSER, DONALD. 

A gift from Uncle Henry, a Christmas play 
in three acts, by Don Elser. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment H'use [1947]. 
64 p. illus. (An Eldridge 3-act play) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
10ct47; DP13521. 

Kid brother, a comedy in three acts, by 
Don Elser. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House [1947J. 85 p. illus. 
(An Eldridge 3-act play) © Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House, inc.; 10ct47; DP13523. 

Special guest, a drama in one act. Evanston, 
111., Row, Peterson [19481. 29 p. illus. 
(A Row-Peterson play) © Row, Peterson 
& Co.; 2Jan48; DP12513. 

THE ELVES and the shoemaker. DU14382. 
SEE Let's Pretend, Mar. 13, 1948. 

EMERGENCY exit. DU13017. SEE Madden, 
Cecil Charles. 

EMERSON, ELIZABETH HOLADAY. 
They came bearing gifts, a Christmas play 
in one act. Boston, Baker's Plays [1948] 
20 p. © iValter H. Baker Co.; 30Jan48; 
DP1299e.. 

EMERY, CHARLES. 
One of us, a mystery drama in one act. 
New York, S. French [1947]. 45 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 2Jun47; DPI 3977. 

EMERY, Edgar R. 
Death at Fredericksburg. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

EMMANUEL'S son. DU12801. SEE Stroud, 
Albert Ben. 

EMMONS. PAUL DYER. 
His father's wife, a comedy in three acts. 
© Paul D. Emmons; Ic 3Feb48; DU12744. 

L'EMPEREUR de Chine. DU13913. SEE 
Aumont, Jean-Pierre. 

EMPEROR Norton. DU15010. SEE Nicholson, 
Anne Preston. 

THE EMPEROR takes a walk. DU14360. SEE 
Hoffman, John Rogers. 

THE emperor's new clothes. SEE Let's 
Pretend, May 1, 1948. DU14756. 
Sheffield, Philip. The king's balcony. 
DU 14488. 

AN emperor's tragedy. DU15201. SEE 
Yang, Tsun-pin. 

EMPLOYEE training announcement. C2364. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE EMPRESS' secret. DU12784. SEE 
Harrison, Lydia Elizabeth (McCaUa). 

THE EMPTY years. DU12260. SEE Rotter, 
Friedrich. 

ENCORE, ballerina. DU13243. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 181. 

END of dreaming. DU15255. SEE Peeples, 
Edwin Augustus. 



ENDERS, HOWARD. 

Sing a song with Vaughn, a thirty-minute 
radio program. © Howard Enders; Ic 
21Jan48; C2011. 

ENEA, LENA MIRABELLA. 
Little Red Riding Hood, an opera. Lyrics 
and music by Lena M. Enea, musical 
arrangements by Clotilde Mirabella. 41 p. 
© Lena Mirabella Enea; Ic 26May48; DU1505; 

ENELL, JOHN WARREN. 
Significance tests for engineering data. 
[Lecture] © John Warren Enell; Ic 28Jan48; 
C2058. 

ENEMIES in the moonlight. DU15311. SEE 
Edelstein, David Henry. 



ENGEL, JACK. 
White fence, a play in three acts. 
Engel; Ic 27Apr48; DU14240. 



© Jack 



ENGLE, Paul. 
All American sportarama. DU12559. SEE 

Haikrider, John. 
The known American. DU12557. SEE 

Harkrider, John. 

ENGLIND (Arvid) Teaterfbrlag A. B. 
Simone und der Friede. DU13327. SEE 
Schutz, Adolf. 

ENGLISH, Hal. SEE EngUsh, Harold Robert. 

ENGLISH, HAROLD ROBERT. 
The virtuous mask, a play in three acts, 
by Hal English. © Harold R. English; Ic 
22Apr48; DU14162. 

ENGLUND, KEN. 
Neuroses of 1948 (Anxieties of 1948), a show 
in two acts, treating musically, satirically 
and tenderly with the problems of the Inner 
Man and vVoman. [Text only] © Levy- 
Englund Productions; Ic 18Jun48; DU15272. 

ENLIGHTENED thought. SEE Salisbury, 
Charlotte. The searching puppets. DU13079. 

ENNIS, vVilliam. 
Fame Field. DU12839. SEE Harkrider, John. 

ENTER Jonesy. DU13426. SEE Michelson, 
Lottie. 

DIE ENTFUHRUNG aus dem Serail. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom WoUgang 
Amadeus. Constanza and the sultan. DU15358. 

ENTRANCE to castle. DU12539. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 5. 

ENZOSereni. DP15340. SEE The Eternal 
Light, no. 161. 

EPISODE from "The adventures of Tom Sawyer.' 
SEE Lichtenberg, Leo. The world's great 
stories. DU13777. 

EPOUSEZ-nous, monsieur. SEE 
Letraz, Jean de. DP15075. 
Reisfeld, Bert. Mail and female. DU14883. 

EPSTEIN, MARIAN. 
Tyrants disappearing, a pageant. 14 leaves. 
© Union of American Hebrew Congregations; 
14Aug47; DP12863. 

EPSTEIN, ROBERT H. 
Symphony in discord, an episode in the radio 
program "The University hour." © Robert 
H. Epstein; Ic 13Feb48; DU12892. 

EQUIVALENT clay. DU14352. SEE Holslag, 
Russell C. 

ERAERS, Georges. 



Ma tante et ses neveux. DP14498. SEE 
Li€geois, L. 

ERICKSON, Elwood. SEE Sermon of the Week, 
no. 47. C2284. 

ERICKSON, JANE MARY. 

The beaver hat, a play in four acts. © Jane 
Mary Erickson; Ic 17Dec47; DU12250. 

ERICKSON, JOYCE ANN, 
The secret of the Green Grotto; or, Leonora's 
lost lover. A play in five acts. © Joyce 
Ann Erickson, Freddy Kuwalsky; Ic 26Jan48; 
DU12602. 

ERIKSON, EBEN W. 
Medical nomenclature; common professional 
words and terms used in hospitals and by 
doctors and nurses, compiled by E. W. 
Erikson. [Lecture] © American Hospital 
Supply Corp.; Ic 26Apr48; C2505. 

ERNIE, the elf, from the land of Musicola. 
DU14146. SEE Winehouse, Irwia. 

ERNST, ALICE HENSON. 
Way out there, a play of the Oregon country, 
in three acts. © Alice Henson Ernst; Ic 
21May48; DU14853. 

ERNST, ARTHUR. 
Sensationsprozess, Gesellschaftsdrama in 
drei Aufzugen. © Arthur Ernst; Ic 2Apr48; 
DU13769. 

ERNST, Earle. 
The defeated. DU13458. SEE Miyata, 
TeruaJd. 

ERSKINE, Chester. 

Curtain going up. DU12893. SEE Davis, 
Fitzroy. 

ESistelfUhr. DP15042. SEE Friese, Ernst. 

ESCAPE from death in a walrus hunt. SEE 
Reeves, Zoe. The sportsmen's show. 
DU12253. 

ESCAPE into danger. DU14345. SEE Latham, 
Paul. 

THE ESCAPE of Herbert Hinkle. DU12329. 
SEE Rolnik, Robert. 

ESPECIALLY for Mom. C2768. SEE Eldridge, 
Helen. 

ESPINASSE, Pierre. SEE Brasseur, Pierre. 

ESTATES in land. C2211. SEE Spencer, 
Albert E. 

THE ETERNAL bride. DP12573. SEE Seller, 
Thomas. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 

147. Sept. 13, 1947. The house in the desert, 
adapted by Morton iVishengrad from a 
scenario by Joseph Krumgold. © Ic 30Dec47; 
DU12200. 

149. Sept. 28, 1947. vVells of salvation, by 
Morton vTishengrad. © Ic 30Dec47; DU12199. 

150. Oct. 5, 1947. My brother's brother, 
by Morton Wishengrad. © Ic 30Dec47; 
DU 12201. 

151. Oct. 12, 1947. A journey to Ger, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © Ic 30Dec47; DU12202. 

153. Oct. 26, 1947. Father and the angels, 
adapted by Morton vVishengrad from the book 
of the same name by William Manners. 

© Ic 30Dec47; DU12203. 

154. Nov. 2, 1947. River Jordan, adapted by 
Irve Tunick from the book of the same name 



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THE ETERNAL LIGHT Cont'd. 

by Nelson Glueck. © 10Nov47; DP12205. 

155. Nov. 9, 1947. The oath of Hippocrates, 
adapted by Morton Wishen^iad from the 
biography, "Trail to light, ' by Robert P. 
Parsons. © 18Nov47; DP12204. 

156. Nov. 16, 1947. The congregation of the 
dead, adapted by Morton vVishengrad from a 
story of the same name by Paul Tabori. 

© 24Nov47- DP12209. 

157. Nov. 23, 1947. The latecomers, adapted 
by Morton Wishengrad from the book 

' Refugees in America," by Maurice R. Davie 
© 3Dec47; DP12208. 

158. Nov. 30, 1947. Ben Yehuda, by Arnold 
Perl. © 10Dec47; DP12207. 

159. Dec. 7, 1947. And it came to pass, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © 17Dec47; DP12206. 

160. Dec. 14, 1947. The singing valley, by 
Morton vVishengrad. © 22Dec47; DPI 5347. 

161. Dec. 21, 1947. Enzo Sereni, by Arnold 
Perl. © 29Dec47; DP15340. 

162. Dec. 28, 1947. The thief and the hangmar 
adapted by Morton Wishengrad from an 
ancient fable of the Yemenite Jews. © 5Jan48; 
DP15346. 

163. Jan. 4, 1948. The book and the window, 
by Irve Tunick. © 12Jan48; DP15345. 

164. Jan. 11, 1948. Moses Mendelssohn, by 
Morton vVishengrad. © 19Jan48; DP15344. 

165. Jan. 18, 1948. Little Sakiki, by Irve 
Tunick. © 26Jan48; DPI 5343. 

166. Jan. 25, 1948. The orphan boy, by 
Arnold Perl and based on the short story 
"I'm lucky— I'm an orphan," by Sholom 
Aleichem. © 2Feb48; DP15342. 

167. Feb. 1, 1948. The Torah and the jeep, 
by Meyer Levin. © 10Feb48; DPI 5341. 

169. Feb. 15, 1948. The return of the 
ransomed, by Morton Wishengrad. © 23Feb46 
DP15348. 

THE ETERNAL prosecutor. DU14900. SEE 
Steinhardt, Herschel S. Three one-act plays. 

ETERNITY'S echo. DU12908. SEE MulUnax, 
Gene Coleman. 

ETHIOPIA shall stretch forth her hands to God. 
C2756. SEE Bess, Robert Theophilus. 

EULOGY to the Mississippi Valley. C2061. 
SEE Arthur, Robert Glenn. 

EUNSON, Dale. 
Ruby. DU14979. SEE Eunson, Katharine 
Albert. 

EUNSON, KATHARINE ALBERT. 

Ruby, a play in three acts, by Katharine 
Albert and Dale Eunson. © Katiiarine 
Albert, Dale Eunson; Ic 26May48; DU14979. 

EURIPIDES. 
Hippolytus. DU14695. SEE Rollins, Leighton. 

EVANGELICAL Lutheran Church. Board of 
Parish Education. SEE The Children's 
Chapel (Radio program) 

EVANS, Eric Jones. SEE Jones-Evans, Eric. 

EVANS, IRVING. 
The ten percent saga, a musical entertainment 
in a prologue and two acts, including 
continuity, sketches and lyrics. [Text only] 
© Irving Evans; Ic 9Feb48; DU12818. 

EVE Satana. DU13735. SEE Ziehm, Frida 
Bertha Laura. 

EVER since Eve. SEE Lunn, Nina K. Venus 
was an amateur. C2018. 

THE EVERLASTING trial. DU14323. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

EVERYBODY benefits, everybody gives. 



C2038. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

EVERYBODY sings. DU14770. SEE Davison, 
Mary Cline. 

EVERYBODY'S playground. DU12306. SEE 
Klutch, Murray. 

EVERYDAY'S a holiday. DU14606. SEE 
Mogle, William. 

EVERYMAN. SEE PajTie, Herbert W. The 
summoning of Everyman. DP12766. 

EVERYMAN'S song. DU12241. SEE Page, 
Sarah Frances. 

EVERYTHING under control. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. C2681. 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. DU12647. 

EVRARD, ROBERT. 

Ma tante et ses neveux. DP14498. SEE 

Liegeois, L. 
Tir de barrage, comedie gaie en 4 actes, 

[par] Paul Roby [pseud.] Bruxelles, R. 

Vanden Acker [1947]. 110 p. (Collection 

theatrale, Le trou du souffleur) © Paul 

Roby, 30Nov47; DP14050. 

EVSLIN. BERNARD DAVID. 

Chastity Street, a play in three acts, adapted 
and dramatizGd from "The Bostonians' 
by Kenry James. © Bernard Evslin; Ic 
25May48; DU 14933. 

The man who corrupted Hadleyburg, a 
dramatization of the story by Mark Twain, 
in thirteen scenes. © Bernard Evslin; 
Ic llFeb48; DU12853. 

EWING SHERMAN. 
Voltaire, a drama in three acts. © Sherman 
Ewing; Ic 16Jun48; DU15236. 

EXAMINE signatures. DU13545. SEE Uhl, 
Edwin George. 

EXCESS baggage. DU14343. SEE Stewart, 
Ida Irma. 

EXCLUSIVELY yours. C2671. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

EXCURSION. SEE Unger, Stella. Dreamboat. 
DU 13414. 

EXECUTIVE clemency. DU12452. SEE Holmes, 
Robert Monteith. 

EXIT. DU13640. SEE Montague, Edna V/oodruff. 

EXODUS 1947. DU13883. SEE Robinson, 

Marvin »Villiam. 

EXPOSE. DU12826. SEE Lowe, Joseph. 

EXTENSION heaven. DU12110. SEE Seldon, 
Sergey Staney. 

EXTRAORDINARY discoveries. DU12888. 
SEE Historic Arts Association. 

THE EYE -cue game. DU13066. SEE Brilmayer, 
Robert Chambers. 

THE EYE of the beholder. DU14520. SEE 
Mannino, Gail FeUx Keith-Jones. 

THE EYES have it. C2504. SEE Johnson, Roy. 

EYES to see with. DU13263. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 476. 

EYRE, LAURENCE. 
Jingo Jo, a play of Gramarye in three acts. 
© Laurence Eyre; Ic 30/ipr48; DU14285. 

EZEMEL and the Pharisees. DU12631. SEE 
Schram, John Michael. 



THE EZRA A^inler presentation. SEE Hark- 
rider, John. Glory goal. DU12555. 



FADER, CHARLES. 
The shadow of swords, a play in three acts. 
© Charles Faber; Ic 15Dec47; DU12258. 

FABRIC. DU12402. SEE Koehring, Vera 
Louise. 

FACOS, JAMES F. 

The Piper o' the Mav, a radio play in verse. 
© James F. Facos; Ic 14Jun48; DU15376. 

FACTS make sales. C2340. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

THE FADED proof. DU13546. SEE CarroU, 
Robert Francis. 

THE FAIR sex. DU14039. SEE Brooks, Charles 
Benton. 

FAIRBANKS (Jerry) inc. SEE Public Prosecutor 
(Tele\'ision program) 

FAIRBANKS, \\1LUAM F. 
Lucky anniversary, by Vv'illiarn F. Fairbanks 
and Joseph Ecclesine. Audition scriDt, 
May 17, 1948. © William F. Fairbanks, 
Joseph Ecclesine; Ic 19May48; DU14829. 

FAIRWEATHER. FREDERIC KEDLY. 
Grimshaw, inc.; by Frederic H. Fairweather 
and W. Vallace Munro. Act I. ©Frederic 
Kedly Fairv.'eather, ..Villiam Vallace 
Munro; Ic lDec47; DU12133. 

TliE FAIRY number tree. DU13997. SEE 
Cochrane, FrisCilla Graham. 

LE FAISEUR. SEE Oswald, Richard. The 
speculator. DU1285G. 

THE FAKER. DU13368. SEE Belanger, Merlyn 
Kenjieth. 

FALCON. Richard. 
Telecrime. DUl3il7, SEE Malvin, Arthur. 

FALKOWSKI, EDWARD JAMES. 
Dark circle, a play in three acts, by EUward 
Falkowski and Helen Falkowski. ® Edward 
James Falkowski, Helen Falkowski; Ic 
13May48; DU15071. 

FALKOWSKI, Helen. 
Dark circle. DUi5071. SEE Falkowski, 
Edward James. 

THE FALL of man. SEE Craig, Lucy Eloise. 
The story of redemption. DU13114. 

FALLER, Anna. 
In 1933. DU12640. SEE Faller, James. 

FALLER, JAMES. 
In 1933, a play in three acts, by James and 
Anna Faller. © James Faller, Anna Faller: 
Ic 22Jan48; DU12640. 

TiiE FALLING sky. DU14888. SEE Walden, 
WilUam. 

FALLON, THOMAS FRANCIS. 
Thou Shalt not covet thy neighbor's v/ife, 
a play in three acts. © Thomas F. Fallon; 
Ic 22"Mar48, DU13577. 

FALMAGNE, MARCEL. 
Isabelle aux chimeres, piece en trois actes. 
Bruxelles, Office de Publicite, S. C, 
J. Lebegue, 1947. 129 p. © Office de 
Publicity, 30Nov47; DF14048. 



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FALSE alibi. DU14576. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 528. 

FAME Field. DU12839. SEE Harkrider, John. 

FAMILY circus. DU13413. SEE Hepburn, 
Richard Houghton. 

THE FAMILY man. DU 14999. SEE Grain, 
William Henry. 

FAMILY pride. DP12303. SEE Kean, David. 

FAMILY resemblance. DU12679. SEE Daniel, 
Dorothy. 

FAMOUS comes to breakfast. DF15103. SEE 
Westheimer, Louis E. 

FAMOUS national conventions. SEE Hinden, 
Benjamin. The Plumed Knight. DU14076. 

FAMOUS teens. DF15102. SEE vVestheimer, 
Louis E. 

FANNY, hoi DU15379. SEE Reemsnyder, 
Robert H. 

THE FAR-distant shore. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DPI 3966. 

FARAH, THEODORE. 
Angel with red hair, a comedy in three acts, 
by Ted Farah. © Theodore Farah; Ic 
4Jun48; DU15112. 

FARIGY, GEORGE. 
Repertoire! A play in three acts. © George 
Faricy; Ic 21May48; DU15084. 

FARIGOULE, Louis-Henri. SEE Remains, 
Jules. 

FARINA, JOSEPH JOHN. 

There was no joy in Mudville. a one-act play, 
taken from the poem titled 'Casey at the 
bat" [by Ernest L. Thayer] © Joseph John 
Farina; Ic 3May48; DU14446. 

FARJEON, JOSEPH JEFFERSON. 
Benologues. London, S. French [1948] 86 p. 
(French's acting edition, no. 291) Contents. 
— Through a window. — It's an ill wind. — 
Midnight coffee. — One good punch deserves 
another. — The room at the top. — Me and my 
'orse. © Samuel French, ltd.; 4Feb48; 
DP13502. 

FARKAS, LUCIE N LESLIE. 
The quizsound, a program to test your sound 

memory. [Continuity] © Lucien Leslie 

Farkas; Ic 12Mar48; C2415. 
The radio traveler. [Continuity] © Lucien 

Leslie Farkas; Ic 14May48; C2584. 
The short story of the week. Radio script. 

© Lucien Leslie Farkas; Ic 7May48; C2566. 
The Teen Age Theater. Radio script. 

© Lucien Leslie Farkas, Ic 7May48; C2565. 

FARLEY, John. 
Fame Field. DU12839. SEE Harkrider, John. 

FARM forum of the air. DP12683. SEE 
Tillotson, BertonF. 

FARMER Brown goes to town. DU14786. SEE 
Richter, Clara S. 

THE FARMER'S daughter. DU12529. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Jan. 5, 1948. 

FARMERS' radio institute. DU12222. SEE 
Newland, Harry E . 

FAROL, Carol Joan, pseud. SEE Newport, 
Carolyn Johanna. 

FARR, HILDA BUTLER. 



Dickens' Christmas carol, in verse. [316 
lines] © Hilda BuUer Farr; Ic 12Feb48; 
C2705. 

FARWELL, ARTHUR. 
Cartoon; or. Once upon a time recently. An 
operatic fantasy of music in America, in 
three acts. Music by Arthur Farwell, text 
by Edna Kingsley Wallace and Arthur Farwell, 
on a scenario by the composer. F>iano-vocal 
score. [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Arthur Farwell, Edna Kingsley V/allace; 
Ic 14May48; on revisions and addition of 
music to play; DU14648. Prev. reg. "Uncle 
Sam;" llNov44; D91219. 

FASHION circus. DU13221-13224. SEE 
Cavanaugh, Jane Francis. 

FASHION folUes of the fools. SEE Bruce, 
Eleanor Mae. Parisian models featuring 
"The new stare." DU15097. 

FASHION forum. C2514. SEE McClintock, 
Marion E. 

FATA musica. DU14106. SEE Giorgio, Lea de. 

FATE got two hands. DU14894. SEE Samuels, 
Alexander. 

THE FATEFUL moment. DU13434. SEE 
Salzman, Frances Klenett. 

FATHER and the angels. DU12203. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 153. 

FATHERS-at-law. DU14595. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2389-1614. 

A FATHER'S gift. DU14899. SEE Steinhardt, 
Herschel S. Three one-act plays. 

FATHER'S wife. DP15297. SEE Dias, Earl J 

THE FATTED calf. DU14536. SEE Porter, 
Stephen Winthrop. 

FAUST. DP15124. SEE Goethe, Johann Wolf- 
gang von. 

FEAR. DU13047. SEE First Nighter, Oct. 11, 
1947. 

FEDERAL estate tax. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Estates in land. C2211. 

FEDERAL Mogul Corporation. 
Bearings carry the load and control engine 
performance. C2662. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

FEDERATION of Cercles Lacordaire and Ste. 
Jeanne "d'Arc, inc. 

Un sauveur d'Smes. DP14225. SEE Vekeman, 
Victor. 

FEDERER, Ralph. 
Heads upl DP13733. SEE Clark, Robert 
Wayne. 

FEFER, Itzik. 
Shotens fun Warshawer getto. SEE Mestel, 
Jacob. De naye Hagode. DU15308. 

FEILBERT, Edward Allan. 
Sold American! DU12597. SEE Ryan, Terry. 

FELIX. DU12526. SEE Garnett, Grace. 

FELLOWS, DOUGLAS MERRITT. 
A gift for Mary; broadcast script. Rev. 
version of the original story of the same 
title. © Douglas Merritt Fellows; Ic 
13Feb48; C2206. 
The Horned Devil of Vermont, a dramatic 
tone poem about Ethan Allen. Libretto 
by Douglas M. Fellows, music by 



Robert Doellner. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Douglas M. Fellows, 
Robert Doellner; Ic 6Feb48; DU12797. 

FEME sole trader. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Corporation taxes. C2210. 

LA FEMME perdue. DP13190-13193. SEE 
Machard, Alfred. 

FERDINAND, ROGER. 
Les J-Trois. SEE Gerstad, John Leif . 

An apple for Mam'selle. DU13637. 
Trois garcons, une fille; com^die en trois 
actes. Paris, M. Cealis [19471. 175 p. 
illus. © Roger Ferdinand; 23Jun47; 
DP13569. 

FERGUSON, VIRGINIA. 
Beauty and the beast, a play in five scenes. 
© Assn. of Junior Leagues of America, 
inc.; 5Feb48; DP12798. 

t ERGUSON, WILLIAM IRVIN. 
How is it you missed this discovery? 
[Lecture] © William Irvin Ferguson; 
Ic 2Mar48; C2270. 

FERNANDEZ, Castro. SEE Castro Fernandez, 
Hector Alfredo. 



FERNANDEZ, Peter Leon. 
What would you have done? DU12618. 
Tyler, Betty Jane. 



SEE 



FERNANDEZ DE SEVILLA, LUIS. 
Alhambral Comedia lirica en tres actos, 
original de Luis Fernandez de Sevilla y 
Francisco Prada. Musica del F. Diaz Giles. 
Estrenada en el Teatro Eslava de Madrid 
el dia 3 de octubre de 1940. Madrid, 
Sociedad General de Autores de Espana, 
1941. 75 p. illus. Text only. ©Luis 
Fernandez de Sevilla, Francisco Frada; 
30Dec41; DP13565. 

FERNWAY, Peggy, pseud. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

FERRARESSO, ANNA. 

Deserter at dawn, a comedy drama in three 
acts, by Anna F. Trevisan Jpseud.] © Anna 
Ferraresso; Ic 21Jan48; DU12471. 

Easter eve. SEE Mayorga, Margaret (Gard- 
ner), ed. The best one-act plays, 1947-1948. 
AA83794. 

FERRERA, VIVIAN ANN. 
A cup of coffee, raviolies and you. A one- 
act play. © Vivian Ferrera; Ic 7Jun48; 
DU15131. 

THE FERTILE soil. DU12496. SEE Ford, 
Hazel G. 

FEYDER, Jacques. 
Oncle Harry. DU15321. SEE Job, Thomas. 

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Don Quinn and 
Phil Leslie. © S. C. Johnson iii. Son, inc. 

10-14. Dec. 9, 16, 23, 30, 1947; Jan. 6, 1948. 

© Ic each 19Jan48; DU12461 -12465. 
15-19. Jan. 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 1948. 

© Ic each lMar48; DU13176-13180. 
20-26. Feb. 17, 24, Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 

1948. © Ic each 12Apr48; DU13950-13956. 
27-34. Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25, 

1948. © Ic each 7Jun48; DU15384-15391. 

FIELD (MARSHALL) AND COMPANY. 
Dollars and sense. Film script. © Marshall 
Field & Co.; Ic 9Jan48; DU12299. 

FIELDING, Henry. 
Tom Jones, the romance of a foundling. 
DU15111. SEE Clarkson, Paul Stephen. 



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FIELDS, Mildred. 

Flair. DU14101. SEE Cerf, Kurt. 

Small courtesy. DU15113. SEE Cerf, Kurt. 

15 video quiz. DU14490. SEE Giampapa, Guy 
Henry. 

THE FIFTH Avenue story. DU12909. SEE 
Schwieterman, Earl Joseph. 

THE FIFTH wife. DU14385. SEE Kurlander, 
Regine J. 

A FIGHT for peace. DU13868. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2373-1598. 

FIGURE it Figures of symmetry. C2410. 
SEE Schelf, Joseph Admah. 

FIGURES of symmetry, supported by facts on 
model figures. SEE ScheLE, Joseph ndmah. 
Figure it. C2410. 

FILLER, AGNES EMBERSON. 
With the coming of dawn, a drama in three 
acts. © Agnes Emberson Filler; Ic 
18Mar48; DU13622. 

THE FINAL curtain. DU12954, DU14263. SEE 
Sidney, P. Jay. 

THE FINAL decision. DU12672. SEE Janda, 
George . 

FINAL rehearsal. SEE Quinlan, Mary Eva. 
Plays for early teens. DP12792. 

FINANCE and business structure. C2687. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Management fundamentals, 
3rd day. 

FINANCING a home through a bank loan. 
C2304. SEE Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

FINCH, Robert. 
The far-distant shore. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

FINCH, ROBERT VORIS. 

Old What's-His Name, a comedy in one 
act. Elizabethtown, Pa., Play Club 
[1948J. 23 p. (A Play Club selection, 
no. 15) © The Play Club, inc.; 2Jan48; 
DP12627. Prev. reg. 30Oct47; D unp. 
11520. 

FIND the woman. DU13825. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 848. 

FINDERS keepers. DU14327. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

FINDLEY, C. R. SEE Sermon of the Week, 
no. 44. C2281. 

FINE, Morton. 
Here's looking at you. [Transcription 
continuity] © Morton Fine; Ic 10Feb48; 
DU12850. 

THE FINE, clean anger of Private McElroy. 
DU12746. SEE Baldwin, Joseph Burkette. 

FINEGOLD, ESTHER, 
Our favorite in-laws, an original radio 
show, by Vicki Darvin [pseud.j © 
Esther Finegold; Ic 3May48; DU14400. 

THE FINEST ever known I C2141. SEE 
Lewis (Frank) inc. 

FINGER, LEN. 
The lawbreakers, a proposed series for 
radio, television, or movies. A drama- 
tization of old laws, crazy laws, and 
unusual laws. Audition script. © Wylie 



Adams; Ic 26Apr48; DU15005. 

FINKEL, JOY DEE. 
Dear Diary, a television script, by Joy 

Finkel and Martin Waldman. © 

Martin Waldman, Joy Finkel; Ic 16Mar48; 

DU13692. 
School daze, a television playlet, by Joy 

Finkel and Martin Waldman. 24 leaves. 

© Martin G. Waldman, Joy Finkel; Ic 

15Jan48; DU12931. 

FINKEL, STANLEY MORTON. 
Salvol The Pearl Harbor'd navy fights 
back. A play in three acts. © Stanley 
M. Finkel; Ic 20May48; DU14830. 

FINOT, LOUIS )EAN. 
Une garce, piece en deux actes. © Louis 
JeanFinot; Ic 3Dec47; DU12440. 

FIRE. DU14145. SEE Steinhardt, Herschel 
Samuel. 

Fire in cold storage. DU14579. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 854. 

FIRE sale. DU12844. SEE Horine, Charles 
Edwin. 

THE FIREFIGHTERS (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by William F. 
Holland. © William F. Holland. 

1. © Ic 26Jan48; C2115. 
2-12. © Ic each 29Mar48: DU14559-14569. 
13-30. © Ic each 26Apr48; DU14541-14558. 
31-32. © Ic each 3May48; DU14570-14571. 
33-44. © Ic each 24May48; DU14915-14926. 

FIRESIDE players. C2500. SEE Paige, 
Albert. 

FIRST, be reconciled. DU14457. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 67. 

FIRST choice. C2666. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

THE FIRST Christmas tree. DU12166. 
SEE Sear les, Leon Roscoe. 

FIRST fam'Ues of the Sierras. DU13371. 
SEE Miller, Juanita. 

FIRST NIGHTER (Radio program) 
Dramatic composition in this series are 
by various authors. © Campana Sales Co. 

Oct. 4, 1947. With an English accent, by 

Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic 6Feb48; 

DU 13048. 
Oct. 11, 1947. Fear, by Norwood Cham- 

berlin. © Ic 6Feb48; DU13047. 
Oct. 18, 1947. Wolf with sheepskin, by 

Jack Kelsey. © Ic 6Feb48; DU13053. 
Oct. 25, 1947. Nonani, by Feggy Blake. 

© Ic 6Feb48; DU13052. 
Nov. 1, 1947. Doc and buU story, by 

Stanley Kauffmann. © Ic 6Feb48; 

DU13049. 

Nov. 8, 1947. Angle boy, by Floyd 

Miller. © ic 6Feb48; DU13050. 
Nov. 15, 1947. Refresher course, by 

Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic 6Feb48; 

DU13054. 
Nov. 22, 1947. Dangerous lady, by Robert 

C. Hartman. © Ic 6Feb48; DU13051. 
Nov. 29, 1947. Operation Hemline, by 

Joseph P. and Dorothy Fox. © Ic 

6Feb48; DU13046. 
Dec. 6, 1947. Horse of a different color, 

by Herb Lyon and Leonard Nathanson. 

© Ic 6Feb48; DU13045. 
Dec. 13, 1947. I'll never leave you, by 

Lynn Thomas. © Ic 6Feb48; DU13055. 
Dec. 18, 1947. A date with Baby, by 

Libby Sollis (Mrs. E. B. Sollis). © Ic 

6Feb48; DU13056. 



Dec. 25, 1947. Little town of Bethlehem, 

by Anthony Wayne. © Ic 6Feb48; DU13057. 
Jan. 1, 1948. The one in the middle, by 

Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic 6Feb48; 

DU13058. 
Jan. 8, 1948. Help wanted, female; by 

Floyd Miller. © Ic 6Feb48; DU13059. 
Jan. 15, 1948. Shanty boat serenade, by 

George Scullin. © Ic 6Feb48; DU13060. 
Jan. 22 1948. The mind reader, by 

Floyd Miller. © Ic 19May48; DU14759. 
Jan. 29, 1948. A writer in the family, by 

James Arthur Roate. © Ic 19May48; 

DU14760. 
Feb. 12, 1948. Love is stranger than 

fiction, by Irvin Teitel. © Ic 19May48: 

DU14761. 
Feb. 19, 1948. Oh bury me not, by A. F. 

Baldus, Jr. and Richard H. Bell. © Ic 

19May48; DU14762. 
Feb. 26, 1948. A story revised, by Floyd 

Miller. © Ic 19May48; DU14763. 
Mar. 4, 1948. An order by the lieutenant, 

by Vernon C. Hoyt. © Ic 19May48; 

DU14764. 
Mar. 18, 1948. The green leprechaun, 

by Raymond Chan. © Ic 19May48; 

DU14765. 
Apr. 1, 1948. A slight mistake, by Norwood 

ChamberUn. © Ic 19May48; DU14766. 
Apr. 8, 1948. The wayward wife, by Gerry 

Day. © Ic 19May48; DU 14767. 
Apr. 22, 1948. The Pandora box, by Sidney 

Renthal. © Ic 19May48; DU14768. 
Apr. 29, 1948. The highly inteUigent 

mouse, by Irene Colbin. © Ic 19May48: 

DU14769. 

FIRST trip to Enchanted Forest. DU12535. 
SEE The Mystery Castle, no. 1. 

FISCHER, Carl Max. 
Reading from left to right. DU14057. SEE 
Lief, Bert William. 

FISH, HELEN DEAN. 
Precious bane, a play in three acts, 
dramatized by Helen Dean Fish and 
Margaret Jameson from the novel by 
Mary Webb. © Helen Dean Fish, 
Margaret L. Jameson; Ic llMay48; 
DU14505. 

FISH, LOUNSBURY S. 
Organization: Foundation of management. 
Address presented at Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, October 6, 1947. 
© Lounsbury S. Fish; Ic 20May48; 
C2706. 

FISH story. DU12556, DU12841. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 

FISHBEIN, JACOB. 
The day after tomorrow, a play in three 
acts, by J. Vernon [pseud.] © J. Vernon; 
Ic 19Jan48; DU12410. 

THE FISHERMAN and his wife. DU14628. 
SEE Let's Pretend, May 15, 1948. 

FISHING AND HUNTING CLUB OF THE 
AIR (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Walker & 
Downing, General Agency. © Walker & 
Downing, General Agency. 

129. Dec. 8, 1947; © Ic 12Dec47; C2116. 
130-131. Dec. 15, 22, 1947. © Ic each 

15Jan48; C2117-2118. 
132-134. Dec. 29, 1947; Jan. 5. 12, 1948. 

© Ic each 2Feb48; C2134-2l36. 
135-136. Jan. 19, 26, 1948. © Ic each 

4Feb48; C2138-2139. 

137. Feb. 2, 1948. © Ic llMar48; C2277. 

138. Feb. 9, 1948. © Ic 26Feb48; C2229. 
139 Feb. 16, 1948. © Ic 3Mar48; C2248. 
140. Feb. 23, 1948. © Ic 2Apr48; C2388. 



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FISHING AND HUNTING CLUB OF THE 
AIR. Cont'd. 
141-143. Mar. 1, 8, 15, 1948. © Ic each 

2Apr48; C2393-2395. 
144. Mar. 22, 1948. © Ic 2Apr48; C2389. 
145-146. Mar. 29, Apr. 5, 1948. © Ic 

each 3May48; C2535-2536. 

147. Apr. 12, 1948. © Ic 3May48; C2534. 

148. Apr. 19, 1948. © Ic 3May48; C2533. 

FITZGERALD, Francis Scott Key. 
This side of paradise. DU13476. SEE 
Paskman, Dailey. 

FITZGERALD, John Edward. 

Out of the clouds. DU12554. SEE 
FitzGerald, Robert Joseph. 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT JOSEPH. 
Out of the clouds; a new musical comedy 
in three acts, by Robert FitzGerald, 
Arthur A. Vallee and John E. FitzGerald. 
[Text only] © Robert J. FitzGerald, 
Arthur A. Vallee; Ic 8Dec47; on additions 
and revisions; DU12554. Prev. reg. 
190ct47; D11485. 

FIVE fingers to heaven. DU14377. SEE 
Dunlap, Donald H. 

FIVE plays. DP13967. SEE Conkle, EUs- 
worth Prouty. 

THE FIVE -point code . DU13671. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 70. 

FIVE traveling men. DU15374. SEE 
Fournier, Mary Frances. 

FIVE wives had Father. DU13766. SEE 
Pfister, Edwyn Eugene. 

FIXLER, ALVIN. 
The clue of the drapery cord, an original 

television play. © Alvin Fixler; Ic 

10Mar48; DU13390. 
The locomotive murder case, an original 

television play. 2d rev. version. © 

Alvin Fixler;^ Ic 29Mar48; DU13685. 

Prev. reg. "The locomotive model murder 

case;" 30ct47; D1786. 
The note and the picture, an original 

television play. © Alvin Fixler; Ic 

18Feb48; DU12962. 

FIZELL, BECCA. 
The villager, by B. J. Walker [pseud.] 
Initial episode, character sketch and story 
line for dramatic serial written especially 
for television production. © Becca 
Fizell, Russell Dunn; Ic 14Apr48; DU14008. 

FLAIR. DU14101. SEE Cerf, Kurt. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS. SEE Hcuse, L. Mar- 
gueritte. A masquerade in Vienna. DU12527. 

FLEECY and Lacey. DU12742. SEE Curtiss, 
Mary E. 

FLEMING, Leslie Flecher. 

Duck hunters. C2770. SEE Freestone, 
Arthur. 

FLEMING, Nan, pseud. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

FLESHER, FREDERIC DOWNS. 
The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, 
by William Shakespeare. Newly compiled 
and abridged from the old quartos and 
folios, by Frederic Downs [pseud.] In four 
acts. 151 leaves. © Frederic Downs 
Flesher; Ic 3May48; DU14303. 

FLETCHER, HELEN JILL. 
Break up the act, for a barrel of dough. 
A thirty-minute audience-participation 
show [for radio], by Helen Jill Fletcher 
and Jack Barton Loeb. © Jack Barton Loeb; 
Ic 20Apr48; on revisions and added sub- 
title; DU14111. Prev. reg. 8Dec47; D12247. 



The classroom of the world, an original 

radio program; the first of a series. 

Audition script. © Helen Jill Fletcher; 

Ic 21Apr48; DU14142. 
Guilty or not gmlty, by Helen Jill Fletcher 

and Dorothy Woolfolk. The first of a 

series of projected televised shows. 

© Helen Jill Fletcher, Dorothy Woolfolk; 

Ic 26Apr48; DU14168. 
Lazy Andy Ant; recording script by Helen 

iill Fletcher, music by Stefan Wolp^. 
Text only] © Helen Jill Fletcher; Ic 
.Mar48; C2244. 

FLETCHER, Thomas, pseud. SEE Dinsmore, 
Herman Henry. 

LE FLEUVE Amour. DP14047. SEE 
Birabeau, Andre. 

FLIGHT from prejudice. DP14483. SEE 
Schuttler, Albertine M. 

THE FUGHT into Egypt. SEE 
Eastman, Fred, ed. One-act plays of 

spiritual power. DPI 5231. 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 49. 
DU12216. 

FLIGHT through darkness. DU15129. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 338. 

FLINK, STANLEY EDGAR. 
In the clover, a musical play. 63 leaves. 
[Text only] © The Yale University 
Dramatic Assn.; Ic 14Apr48; DU14001. 

FLOOD waters. DU12979. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2349-1574. 

FLORENNE, YVES. 

Le sang de la terre [drame en 5 actesj. 
Paris, Mercure de France, 1947. 252 p. 
© Mercure de France; 10Oct47; DPI 4248. 

FLORODORA. DU14596. SEE Orman, Max. 

FLOV/ERS for Danny. DU14389, SEE 
Niemeyer, Charles. 

FLY easy over railroad tracks. C2121. SEE 
Roche, William Bosworth. Automobile 
safety jingles for radio, L-3. 

THE FLYING bed. SEE Hewson, Isabel 
Manning. 

THE FLYING Dutchman. DU14092. SEE 
Barrett, Katharine. 

A FLYING mare. DU14283. SEE Wyman, 
Joel. 

FOLDES, Imre. 

Viktoria and her hussar. DP14041. SEE 
Graham, Harry. 

FOERSTER, Lilian Egleston. 
Constanza and the sultan. DU15358. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 
Amadeus. 

FOGARTY, JOHN LEO. 
Officer Danny O'Loane, a half -hour radio 
serial script with interpolated published 
songs and music. [Text on' J © John 
L. Fogarty; Ic 23jan48; DU 12525. 

FOLDES, Emerich. SEE Foldes, Imre. 

FOLGNER, ARTHUR MAXWELL. 

Analogy, a one- act play. © Arthur Max- 
well Folgner; Ic 10Feb48; DU12861. 

Gloria mundi, a comedy in three acts. 
© Arthur Maxwell Folgner; Ic 6Apr48; 
DU13812. 

In religuum tempus, a play in three acts. 
© Arthur Maxwell Folgner; Ic 10Feb48; 
DU 12859. 



\ 



Interlude, a play in one act. © Arthur 
MaxweH Folgner; Ic 6Apr48; DU13813. 

The return, a play in two acts. © Arthur 
MaxweU Folgner; Ic 10Feb48; DU12860. 

FOLLOW the drums. DU14011. SEE High- 
ways and Byways to Music (Radio pro- 
gram) 

FOLLOW the star. DP12936. SEE Gass, 
Irene. 

FOLLY on the trolley. DP12467. SEE 
Stephenson, Shirley. 

FONTAINE, Robert Louis. 
The happy time. DU12678. SEE Langley, 
Adria (Locke). 

FOOD for thought. DU13996. SEE Palmer, 
Frederick Alden. 

FOOL'S gold. DU13497. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no 484. 

FOOLS rush in. DP12121. SEE Home, 
Kenneth. 

FOR all of our lives. SEE Davis, Fitzroy. 
Curtain going up. DU12893. 

FOR gracious Uving. C2667. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

FOR her body and soul. DU14372. SEE Blaney, 
Charles Edward. 

FOR ladies only. DU12466. SEE Place, 
William Henry. 

FOR men only. SEE 
Gevirtz, Lawrence Earle. DU12408. 
Rovin, Adolph I. C2752. 
Segal, Zelick Richard. DU14208. 

FOR no transgression. DU14661. SEE 
Buelow, Leola. 

FOR some must fight. DU15280. SEE Apsey, 
Ruby Lloyd. 

FOR the girl who doesn't go to college. 
DU15061. SEE Schrock, Margaret. Careers 
in home economics, no. 8. 

FOR the good people. DU14204. SEE Dorio, 
Ario. 

FOR them that beUeve. DU13430. SEE 
Salzman, Frances Klenett. 

FOR Wendy, with love. DU13241. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 179. 

FOR you and me, tomorrow. SEE Carver, 
Ada Jack. In times like these. DU12854. 

FOR your pleasure. C2715. SEE Stern, 
Alan. 

FORAN, EDWARD JOSEPH. 

Pink lemonade (Privilege car), a play in 
three acts, by Edward J. Foran and 
Willard Keefe. © Edward Joseph Foran 
(deceased), Willard Keefe, Ic 3Feb48; 
on revisions; DU12726. Prev. reg. 
"Privilege car;" 22Mar30; D4855. 

FORBES, Edward. 
Murder in the fog. SEE Merlin, Frank. 
House of dust. DU13699. 

FORD, George. 
Romeo and Judy. SEE Taylor, Ethel 
Stoddard. Ride a cock-horse. DU14003. 

FORD, HAZEL G. 
The fertile soil. A play in two acts, by 
Myles Clayton [pseud.] © Myles Clayton 
(Hazel G. Ford); Ic 26Dec47; DU12496. 



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36 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FORD Motor Company. 
The car of the year— years ahead! C2760. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Dividends on stock. DU14357. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Ford television short subjects. C2757. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The 1949 front end suspension. C2758. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Open your eyes. DU13842. SEE Wilding 

Kcture Productions, inc. 

FORD television short subjects. C2757. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FOREIGN trade. C2408. SEE Armanino, 
Dominic Carl. 

FOREMAN, MICHAEL DECTER. 
To dwell in Topeth, a play in three acts. 
© Michael Decter Foreman; Ic l3May48; 
DU14706. 

FOREVER young. DU12827. SEE Sinclaire, 
Joan. 

THE FORGE. DU12414. SEE The Cavalcade 
of America, no. 537. 

THE FORGOTTEN structure. C2272. SEE 
Rowley, Velma Alice. 

FORSAKE the night. DU15410. SEE Ormont, 
Louis Robert. 

THE FORSAKEN merman. DU12409. SEE 
Reinau, Mary Elizabeth. 

FORT Worth flashbacks. DU13847. SEE 
Hanson, Robert Barclay. 

FORTENBACHER, OLIVE WHITE. 
Junior is a genius, a delightful comedy in 
one act. Boston, Drama Guild Publishers 
[1948]. 35 p. illus. (Drama Guild plays) 
© Drama Guild Publishers; 2Jan48; 
DP12937. 

FORTUNE, CHARLOTTE BERNICE. 
The adventures of Binky Bear and Bunky 
Squirrel. Script no. 2 in the series, 
"Off to Susie's house." © Charlotte 
Bernice Fortune; Ic 22May48; DU14849. 

49 dogs in the meathouse. SEE Conkle, 
Ellsworth Prouty. Five plays. DP13967. 



THE FORTY-NINERS. DU14534. 
Parker, Priscilla Post. 



SEE 



FOSTER, GLADYS SARAH. 
Backstage, a comedy for eight women, in 
one act. © Gladys S. Foster; Ic 12Apr48; 
DU14069. 

FOUR on a honeymoon. DU12885. SEE 
Herman, Milton Abraham. 

FOUR parables. DU14088. SEE Barnouw, 
Erik. 

THE FOUR simple steps essential to success. 
C2544. SEE Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

410 Courtney Street. DU13584. SEE Kraft, 
Gertrude Clarice. 

FOURNIER, MARY FRANCES. 
Five traveling men, a play in three acts. 
© Mary Frances Fournier; Ic 24May48; 
DU15374. 

FOWKE, HELEN SHIRLEY. 
Mister Job, a folk play in five acts and a 
prologue. © Helen Shirley Fowke; Ic 
26May48; DU15003. 



FOX, Dorothy. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

FOX, Elena Cleary. SEE Cleary-Fox, 
Elena. 

FOX, Gibson Scott. SEE The Shadow (Radio 
program) 

FOX, Joseph P. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

FRAGRANT hill. DU15157. SEE Kelly, 
Marie Cecile. 

THE FRAILEST thing. DU14785. SEE 
Reich, Richard. 

THE FRAME-UP. DU13163. SEE Lieb, 
Hermann. 

FRANCISCO, Hale. SEE Francisco, William 
Hale. 

FRANCISCO, WILLIAM HALE. 

Midtown-Hudson, a drama in four acts, by 

Hale Francisco. © William Hale Francisco; 

IC 18Feb48; DU12959. 
No thunder, a three -act melodrama by Hale 

Francisco. © WilUam Hale Francisco; 

Ic 2Feb48; DU12680. 
Starring love! An operetta in three acts. 

Book and lyrics by Hale Francisco. 

[Text only] © William Hale Francisco; 

Ic 8Apr48; DU13846. 

FRANCISCO FILMS. 
Keep the heat on; sound recording script 
for Standard Oil Company (Indiana). 
© Standard Oil Co. (Indiana); Ic 26Dec47; 
C2458. 

FRANCO-American Audio-Visual Distribution 
Center, inc. 

New directions in French painting. C2456. 
SEE Benson, Emmanuel M. 

FRANK, Richard. 
From source to consumer. DU12425. SEE 
Palca, Alfred. 

FRANK, STANLEY NEWTON. 
Invitation to dine, a play in one act. 
© Stanley Newton Frank; Ic 17Feb48; 
DU13081. ' 



FRANK, Yasha. 
Three loves have I. DU13097. 
D wight Oliver. 



SEE Taylor, 



FRANKEL, HERBERT. 
Now and forever, a new play in three acts. 
© Herbert Frankel; Ic 26May48; DU15006. 

FRANKEN, ROSE. 
The hallams, a play in three acts, by Rose 
Franken and William Brown Meloney. 
© Rose Franken, William Brown Meloney; 
Ic 27Jan48; DU12612. 

FRANKFORT, ROSALYN. 
The official scorer; synopsis of a radio 
program. © Rosalyn Frankfort; Ic 
19May48; DU14904. 

FRANKIE and Albert. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. The best one -act plays, 
1947-1948. AA83794. 

FRANTZ, IRWIN JAMES. 
Dar Silas hut maud druvel. A dramatic 
composition by Mr. and Mrs. Irwin James 
Frantz. 17 leaves. © Irwin James 
Frantz, Mrs. Irwin James Frantz- Ic 
25May48; DU14992. 

FRANTZ, Mrs. Irwin James. 
Dar Silas hut maud druvel. DU14992. SEE 
Frantz, Irwin James. 



FRANZBLAU, HAROLD BENJAMIN. 
Operation Justice, a radio play. © Har- 
old Benjamin Franzblau; Ic llMar48; 
DU13404. 

EINE FRAU, die liebt. DU12700. SEE Frey, 
Erich M. 

THE FRED ALLEN SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Mr. and Mrs. 
Fred Allen. © Mr. & Mrs. Fred Allen. 

Dec. 7, 14, 1947. © Ic each 7Jan48; 

DU12287-12288. 
Dec. 21, 28, 1947; Jan. 4, 1948. © Ic each 

12Jan48; DU12379-12381. 
Jan. 11, 1948. © Ic 28Jan48; DU12622. 
Jan. 18, 1948. © Ic 28Jan48; DU12621. 
Jan. 25, 1948. © Ic 4Feb48; DU12743. 
Feb. 1, 8, 1948. © Ic each 3Mar48; 

DU13279-13280. 
Feb. 15, 1948. © Ic 22Mar48; DU13591. 
Feb. 22, 1948. © Ic 17Mar48; DU13535. 
Feb. 29, Mar. 7, 14, 1948. © Ic each 

22Mar48; DU13592-13594. 
Mar. 21, 1948. © Ic 21Apr48; DU14151. 
Mar. 28, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13792. 
Apr. 4, 11, 1948. © Ic each 21Apr48; 

DU14152-14153. 
Apr. 18, 25, May 2, 9, 1948. © Ic each 

14May48: DU14644-14647. 
May 16, 23, 30, June 6, 1948. © Ic each 

14Jun48; DU15211-15214. 

FREDERIX, Jacques. SEE Feyder, Jacques. 

FREE election. DU14686. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2394-1619. 

FREE enterprise through the ages. C2733. 
SEE Miller, Gray ElUott. 

FREE for all. DU12643. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

FREED, Helen. SEE Up and Down the Scales 
(Radio program) 

FREEDMAN, JEROME SEYMOUR. 

Getting Eddie married, an original one- 
act play. © Jerome S. Freedman; Ic 
16Feb48; DU12914. 

The puppet Cinderella, an original one- 
act play. © Jerome S. Freedman; Ic 
16Feb48; DU12913. 

THE FREEDOM. DP14478. SEE Card, 
Robert Edward. 

FREEDOM 1948. DU14775. SEE Jacobs, 
Jack. 

FREELAND, FRED. 

Story of an idea. [Lecture] © Fred Free- 
land; Ic 21Apr48; C2509. 

FREEMAN, BEN PETER. 
Report from Rusty, a new half-hour comedy 
series for radio. [Sample script] 
© Mitchell Grayson, Ben Peter Freeman; 
Ic 7Apr48; DU14077. 

FREESTONE, ARTHUR. 
Duck hunters; recording script in the 
series "Call by voice. ' By Arthur Free- 
stone and Leslie Flecherd Fleming. 
© Arthur Freestone, Leslie Flecherd 
Fleming; Ic 9Jun48; C2770. 
Goose hunters; recording script in the 
series "Call by voice. By Arthur Free- 
stone and Thomas William "Buzz" 
Lenahan. © Arthur Freestone, Thomas 
William "Buzz" Lenahan; Ic 9Jun48; 
C2769. 

FREMANTLE Overseas Radio, inc. 

Story sweepstakes. DU14359. SEE Cooper, 
Lester. 



37 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FRENCH, BERTITA. 
Crazy but cute, a comedy in three acts. 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Heuer Pub. Co., 
C1948. 76 p. illus. © Edward I. 
Heuer; 21May48; DP15268. 

FRENCH, EDWARD R. 
Top tune hour. [Announcement of radio 

program] © Edward R. French; Ic 

12May48; C2573. 
Top tunes hour. [Announcement for radio] 

© Edward R. French; Ic 19May48; C2611. 

FRENCH, Rick. 
When Plymouth rocked. DU15373. SEE 
Black, Walter. 

FRENCH, Samuel. 
Ah, sweet mystery I DP13980. SEE Klrk- 

patrick, John. 
Bunches of money. DP13976. SEE Braun, 

Wilbur. 
The doughnut hole. DP13969. SEE Harris, 

Aurand. 
The ghost plane. DP13975. SEE Eraun, 

Wilbur. 
IlayinZion. DP13971. SEE Gibson, 

William. 
Jinxed. DP13979. SEE Mosel, George. 
The kid himself. DP13974. SEE Reach, 

James. 
Madam Ada. DP14651. SEE Harris, Aurand. 
Once upon a midnight. DP13978. SEE 

Reach, James. 
One of us. DP13977. SEE Emery, Charles. 
Our gal Sal. DP13968. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 
She married well. DP13965. SEE Klrk- 

patrick, John. 
Something always happens. DP14226. SEE 

Peters, Alice Thomson. 
Twenty short plays on a royalty holiday. 

DP13966. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 

(Gardner), ed. 
When men reduce as women do. DP13970. 

SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

FRENCH (Samuel) ltd. 
Aladdin's cave. DPI 211 3. SEE Jennings, 

Gertrude E. 
AU the tea in China. DP12779. SEE West- 
lake, Wilfred. 
The babes in the wood. DP13935. SEE 

Polley, Sydney Arthur. 
Behind my skuU. DP12778. SEE Dinner, 

William. 
Benologues. DP13502. SEE Farjeon, 

Joseph Jefferson. 
Beyond tomorrow. DP12757. SEE Philp, 

Peter. 
Character sketches from Charles Dickens. 

DP12777. SEE Jones-Evans, Eric. 
The conspirators. DP12776. SEE Carroll, 

Paul Vincent. 
Elizabeth wears a wig. DP13505. SEE 

Baneshik, Percy. 
Fools rush in. DP12121. SEE Home, Ken- 
neth. 
The gentle shade. DPI 2775. SEE Con- 

standuros, Mabel (Tilling) . 
Gin palace. DP12774. SEE Janes, Hurford. 
Green cars go east. DPI 2773. SEE Carroll, 

Paul Vincent. 
Home ain't so sweet. DP13503. SEE Corrie, 

Joe. 
AnimmorteUe. DP12772. SEE Johnson, 

Philip. 
An improbable episode. DP12118. SEE 

Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
Interlude. DP12771. SEE Carroll, Paul 

Vincent. 
Ladies depart. DP13932. SEE Simpson, 

Evan Jolm. 
Last page. DP12770. SEE Raymond, Rene. 
The last word. DP12769. SEE Ready, 

Stuart. 
Lovely to look at. DP12119. SEE Johnson, 

Philip. 
The man from the Ministry. DP13873. SEE 

Bingham, Madeleine. 



Maritza. DP12122. SEE Layer-Parker, 

Robert. 
Midnight melodrama. DP13933. SEE 

Arlett, Vera Isabel. 
Mr. Twemlow is not himself. DP12768. 

SEE Johnson, Philip. 
Mother of men. DPI 3; )4. SEE Abbott, 

Ada G. 
Murder at the play. DP13877. SEE Corrie, 

To€ 
Music for the Emperor. DPI 3874. SEE 

Hadlington, Ronald. 
No medals. DP13720. SEE McCracken, 

Esther Helen (Armstrong). 
Only the brave. DP13939. SEE Johnson, 

Philip. 
A PiccadiUy daffodil. DP13507. SEE 

Latimer, Dorothy. 
A prince he would a-wooing go. DP13934. 

SEE Corrie, Joe. 
The princess with a load on her mind. 

DP13876. SEE Westlake, Wilfred. 
The Queen's ring. DP12117. SEE Peach, 

Lawrence du Garde. 
See a fine lady. DP12114. SEE Danvers- 

Walker, Aubrey. 
Six characters for an actress. DP13498. 

SEE Walsh, James M. 
The sleeping beauty. DP13499. SEE 

Trusler, G. Irene. 
A snake on Svmday. DP12767. SEE Con- 

standuros, Mabel (Tilling). 
Some items from Sweetest and lowest. 

DP13940. SEE Melville, Alan. 
The startled saint. DP12112. SEE John- 
son, Philip. 
A storm on Parnassus. DP13500. SEE 

Corrie, Joe. 
The summoning of Everyman. DP12766. 

SEE Payne, Herbert W. 
Thomas the Mouse, and other "tails" in 

rhyme. DPI 2765. SEE Gray, Dorothy. 
The tolerant husband. DP12764. SEE 

Harcourt, Dudley. 
The trial of Helen. DP12115. SEE Morris, 

Thomas Baden. 
The true story of Good King Wenceslas. 

DP12763. SEE Baker, Edna. 
Uncle Gabriel. DP13936. SEE Constanduros, 

Mabel (Tilling) 
Unto which it shall please God. DP12116. 

SEE Morris, Thomas Baden. 
The victory of the Cross. DP13875. SEE 

Creagh-Henry, May. 
Viktoria and her hussar. DP14041. SEE 

Graham, Harry. 
Vintage '93. DPI 2762. SEE Willings, 

Eric. 
We proudly present. DP12761. SEE 

Novello, Ivor. 
What's in i iiame? DP12760. SEE Bloom, 

Ursula. 
When the old cock crows. DP13501. SEE 

Corrie Toe, 
The Win'slow boy. DP13878. SEE Rattigan, 

Terence. 
Wise folly. DP12759. SEE Wright, Joseph 

F. 
The wise have not spoken. DP12120. SEE 

Carroll, Paul Vincent. 
Worm's eye view. DP13506. SEE Delder- 

field, R. F. 
The years between. DP12758. SEE Du 

Maurier, Daphne. 

FRESH air and butterflies. DU15088. SEE 
Owen, Sara. 

THE FRESHET of the heart. DU14420. SEE 
Koehler, Leonore Hollander. 

FREUND, Cecilia Washburn. 
Dot and Tony. DU12949. SEE Kastner. 
Erich. 

FREY, ERICH M. 

Eine Frau, die liebt. Drama in 3 Akten, 
von Eric Frey [pseud.] © Erich M. Frey; 
Ic 2Apr47; DU12700. 



Der Muehlstein, Drama in 3 Akten, von 
Eric Frey [pseud. ]^ © Erich M. Frey; 
Ic 20Jun47; DU126^9. 

FREY, LILUAN FRIEDA. 
Some correlations of palmistry and 
astrology. [Lecture] © Lillian Frey; 
Ic 26Feb48; C2230. 

FREY, Lysle. 
Marilou. DP14779. SEE Vollmer, Jorge 
Carlos RodoUo. 

FREY, MIRIAM GOLDFINGER. 
A play in one act, for television. © Miriam 
Goldfinger Frey; Ic 28Jan48; DU12807. 

FREYBE, CARL EDUARD. 
Heads, I winl A comedy-farce in three 
acts. © Carl E. Freybe; Ic 19Feb48; 
DU12993. 

FRIEDMAN, Maurice. 
The cavalcade of Jewish music. C2296. 
SEE Friedman, Susie Michael. 

FRIEDMAN, SUSIE MICHAEL. 

The cavalcade of Jewish music, by Susie 
Michael Friedman and Maurice Friedman. 
[Lecture to accompany musical program] 
© Susie Michael, Maurice Friedman; 
Ic 18Mar48; C2296. 

FRIEND, BILL. 
That's the spirit, a comedy in one act. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [1947]. 21 p. 
illus. © The Dramatic Pub. Co.; l8Nov47; 
DP12799. 

FRIEND, Esther. 
Easy Cub Scout plays. DP15171. SEE 
Friend, RusseU. 

FRIEND, RUSSELL. 
Easy Cub Scout plays, by Russell and 
Esther Friend. Boston, Baker's Plays 
[1948]. 61 p. Contents.— The Indians and 
the stagecoach.— The lion and the mouse. 
— Harry's Barber Shop. — Stuck up at the 
general store. — King of the road. — Pirate 
treasure. — The haunted lighthouse. — 
Advice, incorporated. — Board of Education. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 28May48; DP15171. 

A FRIEND of George's. DU13238. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 176. 

FRIENDLY whites. DU13705. SEE Hedden, 
Benjamin. 

FRIENDSHIP Press, inc. 
Straight furrow. DP14781. SEE Benson, 
Hilda. 

FRIESE, ERNST. 
Es ist elf Uhr, detektiv Komodie in 3 Akten, 
von S. T. Hope [pseud.] Wien, Universal- 
Edition [1946]. 83 leaves. © Universal- 
Edition; 220ct46; DP15042. 

FRIGIDAIRE Division, General Motors Cor- 
poration. SEE General Motors Corporation. 
Frigidaire Division. 

FRISBEE'S Corner Store. DU13532, DU13887, 
DU14953. SEE Verbelovsky, Gerald. 

THE FROG-Prince. DU13433. SEE Salzman, 
Frances Klenett. 

FROM A to Z. DU13188. SEE Carlton, Sam. 

FROM feed to fame. DU12649. SEE Wilding 
Rcture Productions, inc. 

FROM little corns, great aches grow. SEE 
Jones, Larry. Great aches from little 
corns grow. DU13275. 



3B 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FROM source to consumer. DU12425. 
SEE Palca, Alfred. 

FROM stardom to stardom. DU12641. SEE 
Sayrahder, Mary -Eunice. 

FROM the New World. DU13285. SEE 
Symphonic Hour of Tone Poems (Radio 
program) 

FROM the pampas of the Argentine to the 
halls of Montezuma. DU14159. SEE High- 
ways and Byways to Music (Radio program) 

FROM then to now. DU14338. SEE Henderson, 
Charles Henry. 

FROM where I sit. DU12278. SEE Coleman, 
Lucile Lewis. 

FROMER, ANNE. 

Best seller premiere, by Anne Fromer and 
Matt Bartley Smith. A radio show, 
dramatizing the book of the week. © 
Matt Bartley Smith, Anne Fromer; Ic 
5Apr48; DU14123. 

Charm School, a television show, by Anne 
Fromer and Matt Bartley Smith. © Anne 
Fromer, Matt Bartley Smith; Ic 24May48; 
DU14884. 

New lives for old, by Anne Fromer and 
Matt Bartley Smith. [Continuity] © Matt 
Bartley Smith, Anne Fromer; Ic 19Apr48; 
DU14108. 

Pet show, a television show, by Anne 
Fromer and Matt Bartley Smith. © Anne 
Fromer, Matt Bartley Smith; Ic 24May48; 
DU14885. 

Reward offered, a radio show, by Anne 
Fromer and Matt Bartley Smith. © Anne 
Fromer, Matt Bartley Smith; Ic 2,4May48; 
DU14887. 

A song is born, a radio show, by Anne 
Fromer and Matt Bartley Smith. © Anne 
Fromer, Matt Bartley Smith; Ic 24May48; 
DU14886. 

FRONTIER Town series, no. 1-4. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2374-1599 to 2377-1602. 
Special Frontier Town sequence. DU13869- 
13872. 

FRONTIERS of science. C2251. SEE Howe, 
Quincy. 

FRUIT of paradise. C2f!52. SEE Motion 
Picture Productions, Inc. 

THE FRUITLANDS. DU14311. SEE Bolger, 
William Hoar. 

FRY, CHRISTOPHER. 
The lady's not for burning, a comedy in 
three acts. © Christopher Fry; Ic 
21Apr48; DU14252. 

FRYE, BURTON JAMES CONRAD. 
Galahad, a tragedy in five acts, with pro- 
logue and epilogue. In blank verse. 
© Burton James Conrad Frye; Ic 29Apr48; 
DU14264. 

FUE, CHARLES. 
Just between us, a sophisticated comedy in 
three acts. © Charles Fue; Ic 7Jan48; 
DU12285. 

DER fOnFZIGSTE Geburtstag. SEE Weigel, 
Hans. Barabbas. DP15043. 

FUGUE. DU12093. SEE Hammond, Natalie 
Hays. 

FULLER, Rex, pseud. SEE Rogoff, EUas M. 

FUN in the kitchen. SEE Stevenson, James. 
What's cooking? DU 13000. 

THE FUNDAMENTAL George. DU15251. 
SEE WyUe, Max. 



FUNDAMENTAL procedure for coating 
compressed tablets. C2462. SEE Clark- 
son, Ronald. 

FUNDAMENTALS of good supervision. 
C2226. SEE Bruner, Earle Clarence. 
Human relations in supervision, no. 2. 

THE FUNERAL spray. DU13860. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 852. 

FUNK, MARY RUTH. 
East am East, a romantic comedy in one 
act. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertain- 
ment House, C1947. 19 p. (Eldridge 
popular one act plays) © Eldridge 
Entertainment House, inc.; 10ct47; 
DP13513. 

FUNNY skits for amateurs. DP13087. SEE 
Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 

FURLOUGH from heaven. DU15275. SEE 
Toller, Else. 

FURNACE Canyon. DU13838. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2362-1587. 

THE FURNITURE you design yourself. 
C2373. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 



THE G. I. minstrels. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. 
DP13087. 

"G O" show. C2396. SEE Lewton, Samuel 

Monrod. 

GAGALOGS. C2683. SEE Rogoff, Elias M. 
Humorology. 

GAGOLOGY. SEE Rogoff, Elias M. 

GAGUFACTURE. C2613. SEE Rogoff, Elias 
M. Gagology. 

GALAHAD. DU14264. SEE Frye, Burton 
James Conrad. 

GALATI, CAROL. 
La trama. [Screen play in four parts]. 
© Carol Galati; Ic 25Feb48; DU13343. 

GALE, Ben, pseud. SEE Steigman, Benjamin 
M. 

GALE, Myron. SEE v/oodworth, Myron Gale. 

THE GALLANT greenhorn. DU14744. SEE 
Locke, Sam David. 

GALLEMORE, MELVIN. 
The shells I gather, a play in three acts. 
© Melvin Gallemore; Ic 10May48; DU14602. 

GALLENSTEIN, LEO JACOB. 
The breaking of nations, a play in two acts. 

© Leo Jacob Gallenstein, Jr.; Ic 9Dec47; 

DU12236. 
Love of atom, wrath of star. Radio script. 

© Leo Jacob Gallenstein, Jr.; Ic 15Apr48; 

DU14022. 

GALUEN, MARGUERITE. 
Highlights and shadows of 1948, a variety 
show in nine scenes, with prologue and 
epilogue. [Text only] ©Marguerite 
GaUien; Ic 23Mar48; DU13579. 

GALLIMARD, Librairie. SEE Librairie 
Gallimard. 

THE GALLOPING Hat. DU14025. SEE Phillips, 
Irving Walter. 



You can't know everything, a Christmas play 
for seven girls. Boston, Baker s Plays 
[19481. 20 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
23Mar48; DPI 3760. 



THE GAMBLING results. 
Saldsli, Peter D. 



DU13949. SEE 



GAMMILL, NOREEN. 
New character monologues for stage and 
radio. 59 p. © Banner Play Bureau, inc., 
San Francisco; 2Jan48; AA73283. 

GANG BUSTERS (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Phillips H. 
Lord, inc. © Phillips H. Lord, inc. 

510. Dec. 13, 1947. Case of the Jersey 
counterfeiters. © Ic 13Jan48; DU12389. 

511. Dec. 20, 1947. Case of Troy Blanken- 
ship. © Ic 13Jan48; DU12390. 

512. Dec. 27, 1947. Case of Nichols-Seno. 
© Ic 13Jan48; DU12391. 

513. Jan. 3, 1948. Case of Ernest Booth, 
part 1. © Ic 13Jan48; DU12392. 

514. Jan. 10, 1948. Case of Ernest Booth, 
part 2. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13107. 

515. Jan. 17, 1948. Case of Tate-Gumtow. 
© Ic 25Feb48: DU13108. 

516. Jan. 24, 1948. Case of Joe Fletcher. 
© Ic 25Feb48j DU13109. 

517. Jan. 31, 1948. Case of the Oliver 
brothers. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13110. 

518. Feb. 7, 1948. Case of the Sedan Gang. 
©Ic 25Feb48; DU13111. 

519. Feb. 14, 1948. Case of Lemon-Hutchinson 
© Ic 25Feb48; DU13112. 

520. Feb. 21, 1948. Case of Grzelak-Con- 
stanUne. © Ic 25Mar48; DU13600. 

521. Feb. 28, 1948. Case of John Frederick 
Benson. © Ic 25Mar48; DU13601. 

522. Mar. 6, 1948. Case of 1 assante-Dehman. 
© Ic 25Mar48; DU13602. 

523. Mar. 13, 1948. Case of Robert Lee 
Robertson. © Ic 25Mar48; DU13603. 

524. Mar. 20, 1948. Case of the Broadway 
bandits. © Ic 25Mar48; DU13604. 

525. Mar. 27, 1948. Case of Ray Earnest. 
© Ic 31Mar48; DU13744. 

526. Apr. 3, 1948. Case of the New York 
narcotics king. © Ic 9Apr48; DU13889. 

527. Apr. 10, 1948. Case of the high school 
hot-shots. © Ic 16Apr48; DU14038. 

528. Apr. 17, 1948. Case of the brutal house 
burglar. © Ic 22Apr48; DU14166. 

529. Apr. 24, 1948. Case of the Quincy 
killers. © Ic 28Apr48; DU14277. 

530. May 1, 1948. Case of the callous killers, 
part 1. © Ic 7May48; DU14430. 

531. May 8, 1948. Case of Almeida-Smith, 
part 2. © Ic 12May48; DU14539. 

532. May 15, 1948. Case of Almeida-Smith, 
part 3. © Ic 20May48; DU14784. 

533. May 22, 1948. Case of Benjamin 
Franklin Adams. © Ic 26May48; DU14944. 

THE GAON of Vilna. DP14633. SEE Citron, 
Samuel Joseph. Headline parade, v. 3, no. 1. 

UNE GARCE. DU12440. SEE Finot, Louis Jean. 

CARD, ROBERT EDWARD. 

The freedom, a Wisconsin comedy in three 

acts, by Robert E. Gard and Dore Reich. 

Madison, Wisconsin Idea Tneatre [1948]. 

82 p. © Robert Edward Gard; 13Feb48; 

DP14478. 
In old Green Bay, a play in three acts, by 

Robert E. Gard and Dor^ Reich. © Robert 

E. Gard, Dore Reich; Ic 5Feb48; DU12833. 
River board, a play in three acts, by Robert 

E. Gard and Dore Reich. Madison, «W.sconsin 

Idea Theatre, cl948. 88 p. © Robert E. 

Gard, Dore Reich; 25Feb48; DP14477. 
The thirtieth star. SEE 

Eddy, Junius. DP 14480. 

Maas, Roger B. .DP14475. 



GALLY, MAREA LAMBERT. 



39 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE GARDEN of the Gods. C2455. SEE Shaier, 
Elizabeth Jane. 

GARDNER, Hal. SEE Gardner, flufus Hallette. 

GARDNER, RUFUS HALLETTE. 
Dramatis personae, a comedy in one act, by 
Hal Gardner. © Rufus Hallette Gardner, 
Jr.; Ic 23Mar48; DU13986. 

GARISS, JACK LYMAN. 
The leper's bell, a one -act play. © Jack 
Lyman Gariss; Ic 6Jan48; DU12266. 

GARNES, NELLO RUNEE. 
Un celui qui ritorque de I'faf onde (In English: 
A wise-crack); a one-act prelude, by Celeste 
Ca-rel LeDoux [pseud.] © Nello Runee 
Games; Ic 29Apr48; DU14403. 

GARNETT, GRACE. 
Felix, a play in three acts, by Garnett. 
© Grace Garnett; Ic 23Jan48; DU12526. 

GARNO, Peter J. 
Yomoydon. DU12889. SEE Horton, Andrew W. 

GARR, Eddie. 
Maritza. DP12122. SEE Layer-Parker, 
Robert. 



© Mary 



GARRETT, MARY VIRGINIA. 
The elevator operator. [Monologue] 

V. Garrett; Ic 26May48; DU150H. 
In a maternity ward. [Monologue] © Mary 

V. Garrett (Mrs. S. S. Garrett); Ic 15Mar48; 

DU13453. 
Taking the children to church. [Monologue] 

© Mary V. Garrett; Ic 26May48; DU15012. 

GARRISON, Dan. 
BoomI DU12636. SEE Jaffe, Eli. 

GARY, HOLLAND M. 
Something for nothing, a musical play in two 
acts. [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Holland M. Gary; Ic 8Apr48; DU14774. 

GARZA, ERNEST RALPH. 

Until eternity, an original mystery drama for 
television, by Danton Crane [pseud.] 
© Ernest Ralph Garza; Ic l5Mar48; DU13418 

You can't pick em all, a light comedy [for 
radio] by Danton Crane [pseud.] Time: 23 
minutes. © Ernest Ralph Garza; Ic 
24Feb48; DU13062. 

GASPERS, SEBASTIAN D. 
Oh, what you saidl A comedy in three acts, 
© Sebastian D. Gaspers; Ic lMar48; DU1334! 

GASS, IRENE. 
Follow the star, a simple Nativity play [in 
two scenes] written by Irene Gass; music 
by Harry Brook. London, J. Curwen; New 
York, G. Schirmer, cl947. 21 p. © Harry 
Brook; 6Nov47; DP12936. 

GASSNER, WILLIAM C. 
Cafe Cosmopolitan, a script planned for 
television or radio. © William C. Gassner; 
Ic 22Apr48; DU14163. 



THE GATEWAY to fame. 
Seiffert, Karl. 



DU12255. SEE 



GAULDIN, MAUDE ELSAiTOR COUNTS. 
The lady knows her mind; or, Love is Uke 
radar. An original play in three acts, by 
Eleanor Counts. © Eleanor Counts; Ic 
23Apr48; DU14819. 
vVe both loved you, an original story and play 
in three acts, by Eleanor Counts. For stage, 
screen, radio, television and book. 
© Eleanor Counts; Ic lMar48; DU13195. 

GAY deception. DU 12930. SEE Martinez de 
Rivas, Patricia. 



GELB, Phillip Stanley. 

Young man with a halo. DU14020. SEE 
Rainger, Dan. 

GENERAL analysis of temperament. C2650. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Human relations, 21st day. 

GENERAL Electric Company. 

Conversion equipment for mine power. C2217 
SEE Morton, William Robert. 

Electric braking for rubber mills and calendar 
C2710. SEE Dalton, Bernard Joseph. 

Electric equipment for wire winders. C2712. 
SEE Lloyd, Harry Richard. 

High voltage, high interrupting capacity con- 
trollers with current-limiting power fuses. 
C2218. SEE Alexander, Everett Humphrey. 

Selection of electric drives for looms. C2708. 
SEE Demartini, Robert John. 

GENERAL MiUs, inc. 
New magic in the kitchen. C2039. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
The perfect pair. C2372. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. 
Policies and people. C2350. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Chevrolet 
Motor Division. 
Acquaintance interview with Ed vVoUe. 

C2660. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Acquaintance interview with Sam Allen. 

C2659. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
The cab that breathes. C2346. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
In the truck spotlight for '48. C2661. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Keep the door open. C2347. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
More value for '48. C2348. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Tell the complete story. C2349. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Womenl C2327. SEE Handy (Jam) Organiza- 
tion, inc. 
Your customer. C2328. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Frigidaire 

Division. 

Application of electricity to Frigidaire pro- 
ducts. C2663. SEE Handy (Jam) Organiza- 
tion, inc. 

Bigger, but smaller. C2329. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

Changing sealed units in household refrig- 
erators. C2664. SEE Handy (Jam) Organi- 
zation, inc. 

Chemical stability in refrigerating systems. 
C2665. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

First choice. C2666. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

For gracious living. C2667. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

Happier ever after. C2668. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

Servicing Frigidaire ice cream cabinets. 
C2669. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERATION on trial. DU13901. SEE Grant, 
Brenton. 

THE GENERIC concept and the grand hypothesis. 
C2037. SEE Lieberman, Jay Benjamin. 

THE GENI and the honorable thieves. DU14261. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 333. 

GENIUS hits a snag. DU13262. SEE Dr. 

Christian, no. 475. 

GENOVESE, MICHAEL ANGELO. 
Salome's daughter, a play in three acts. 
© Michael Angelo Genovese; Ic 3Mar48; 
DU13342. 



Song of the stars, a play in three acts with 
five song-poems. © Michael Angelo 
Genovese; Ic 23Mar48; DU13576. 

GENS, OSKAR 
The girl in the painting, a play in three acts. 
© Oskar Gens; Ic 19May48; DU14831. 

THE GENTLE scepter. DU15232. SEE Kraft, 
Gertrude Clarice. 

THE GENTLE shade. DP12775. SEE Con- 
standuros, Mabel (Tilling). 

GENTRY, LAWRENCE, 
The return of the penitent, a dramatic 
composition in three acts. © Lawrence 
Gentry; Ic 16Apr48; DU14027. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. 

The DarUng twins, a farce in three acts. 
Minneapolis, Northwestern Press [1948]. 
92 p. illus. © Northwestern Press; 
7Jan48; DP12565. 

Hooray for youth, a musical comedy in one 
act, for boys and girls. Minneapolis,^ 
T. S. Denison [1947], 64 p. (Denison's 
musical comedies) © T. S. Denison Hi Co.; 
26Dec47; DP12564. 

Mrs. Sam from Roarin' Dam, a comedy in 
three acts. Minneapolis, T. S. Denison 
[1948]. 92 p. illus. (Denison's royalty 
plays) © T. S. Denison & Co.; 19Feb48; 
DP13229. 

GEORGE and Sally Applecore's adventures 
in Latin America. DU12676. SEE Schmidt, 
Mae Doelling. 

GEORGE iVashington, engineer. C2382. SEE 
Walsh, John Burke. 

GEORGETOWN Enterprises, inc. 
The big do. DP15155. SEE Draper, Benjamin 
Poff. 



GERALDY. Paul. 
R.S.V.P. DU15253. 



SEE Eames, Ruth Purmort. 



i 



GERARD DE NERVAL, Gerard Labrunie. 
Faust. DP15124. SEE Goethe, Johann 
Wolfgang von. 

GERMAN, Edward L. 

Journey north. DU13815. SEE Swan, Thomas 
F. 

GERMAN, Ted. SEE German, Edward L. 

GERSHE, LEONARD, 
v^edding day, a musical play in two acts. 
Book and lyrics by Leonard Gershe, music 
by Richard Addinsell. [Text only] 
© Leonard Gershe; Ic 20May48; DU14902. 

GERSTAD, JOHN LEIF. 
An apple for Mam'selle, a play in three acts, 
by John L. G( rstad and James Lee; based 
on the play, "Les J-Trois" by Roger-Fer- 
dinand. Tr. by Lee Nugent Gerstad. 
© John Leif Gerstad; Ic 20Feb48; DU13637. 

GERSTAD, Lee Nugent. 
An apple for Mam'selle. DU13637. SEE 
Gerstad, John Leif. 

GERTRUD, Queen of Denmark. DU12782. 
SEE Schwarz, Gottwald. 

GESELLSCHAFT, SEE Zachary, Loren Ludwig. 
Cocktail in HoUywood. DU12378. 

GESOORUS. DU14600. SEE Danielian, Leo. 

GETO, ALFRED DAVID. 
The disenchanted, a play in three acts. 
© Alfred David Geto; Ic 18Mar48; DU12631. 

GETTING Eddie married. DU12914. SEE 
Freedman, Jerome Seymour. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GETTING facts for group problems. C2630. 
SEE Mayncird, Harold Bright. Manage- 
ment conference: Group relations, 16th 
day. 

GEVIRTZ, LAV/RENCE EARLE. 

For men only; radio audience -participation 
quiz program. ^ Lawrence Earle 
Gevlrtz (Lawrence Reed, professional 
name); Ic 19Jan48; DU12408. 

GKILAIN, EDDY. . 

Messieurs mon nari, comedie gaie en trois 
actes. Paris, M. CeaUs [1947]. 155 p. 
lllus. >i> Editions Max Cealis; 10May47; 
DP12317. 

THE GKOST and Mrs. Muir. DU12354. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Dec. 1, 1947. 

GHOST in the White House . DU13573. SEE 
Porcelain, Sidney E. 

THE GHOST of BlueUne Inn. DU13574. SEE 
Stone, Carol. 

THE GHOST of Donald Florian. DU13249. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 169. 

THE GHOST of Possum Hollow! DU14663. SEE 
Draper, Walt. 

A GHOST on the loose. DP12995. SEE 
Halff, Alma Murphy. 

THE GHOST plane. DP13975. SEE Braun,, 
Wilbur. 

THE GHOST that gleams. DU 15038. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 331. 

THE GHOST train. DU13672. SEE The Ad- 
ventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 71. 

GHOSTS, inc. DU14402. SEE Phipps, 
Thomas W. 

GIAMPAPA, GUY HENRY. 

15 video quiz, a television script. © Guy 
Henry Giampapa; Ic 10May48; DU14490. 

GIANNINI, GUGLIELMO. 
II ragionier Ventura, commedia in tre 
atti. 126 p. (Collana teatrale, 1) 
© Editrice "Faro", Roma; ljan48; 
AF7301. ; 

THE GIANT of Madras. DU15040. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 337. 

A GIANT'S strength. DP13509. SEE Sin- 
clair, Upton Beall. 

GIBBONS, EDWARD WILLIAM. 
Green is for grief, a play in one act. 
©Edward Gibbons; Ic 10Mar48; DU13393. 



GIBBS, John Chase . 
The fundamental George. DU15251. 

WyUe, Max. 



SEE 



GIBBS, WOLCOTT. 
The lowest depths; or. The Jukes family 
revisited. A dramatic work, intended to 
portray [in burlesque] a meeting of the 
New York Drama Critics' Circle. 15 
leaves. © Wolcott Gibbs; Ic 3lMar48; 
DU13742. 

GIBNEY, Morgan W. 
Bonus business. DU15333. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Miracle maker. DU13073. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

GIBSON, GEROLT. 
The midnight enigma, a play in three acts, 
evolved from material used in "The 
midnight guest," by the same author. 
© Gerolt Gibson; Ic 22Dec47; DU12422. 



GIBSON, WILLIAM. 

I lay in Zion, a one -act play in verse. 
New York, S. French [19471. 29 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 19Dec4T; DP13971. 
Prev. reg. 29Dec43; D unp. 86469. 

GIDE, Andre. 
Le theatre uiglais d'hier et d'aujourdhui. 
DP14500. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

GIECCHE enne binnestocche. SEE Bimonte, 
Richard Irpinio. Storris enne pommese 
fram Mamma Gus. C2585. 

THE GIFT. DU14265. SEE Rosenberg, 
Theresa. 

A GIFT for Mary. C2206. SEE Fellows, 
Douglas Merritt. 

A GIFT from Uncle Henry. DP13521. SEE 
Elser, Donald. 

GIFT horse. DU13983. SEE Seymour, Anne. 

GIFT of gab. DU14654. SEE Richman, 
Saul. 

THE GIFT of life. DU12789. SEE DarUngton, 
Anne. 

A GIFT of murder. DU12434. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 316. 

GIGANTE, Robert Giro. 
Echoes from Broadway. DU14693. SEE 
CondyUs, Paul. 

GILBERT, Doris. 
Hooray for our side. DU15219. SEE Lief, 
Max. 

GILBERT, Lee. SEE Gilbert, Leon Martin. 

GILBERT, LEON MARTIN. 
The rising wind, a play in three acts, by 
Lee Gilbert. © Leon M. Gilbert; Ic 
24Jun48; DU15324. 

GILBERT, Robert. 
Der verlorene Walzer. SEE Drake, 
WiUiam A. Two hearts in waltz time. 
DU12398. 

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck. 
Pinafore. SEE Walowit, Miriam. Der 
Schirtz. DU14028. 

GILFORD, CHARLES BERNARD. 
Portrait of Livia, a play in four scenes. 
© Charles Bernard Gilford; Ic 3Dec47- 
DU12105. 

GILLEY, Stanford Don. 
Summer song. DU13641. SEE Bedwell, 
Frieda Ferguson. 

GILLIAMS, CAROLINE AN>fE. 
It s easy if you know how, a play in one 
act (two scenes) by Caroline Anne 
Gilliams, Shirley Joyce Hart, Ruth AUce 
Hilbert, Mary Lou Hinz, Shirley Grace 
Kline and Gloria Anne Schiefer. 
© Reading Senior High School Library; 
9Jun48; DP15186. 

GILLILAN, WILLIAM T. 
Oh, lady [Radio commercial] © John 
Bernard O'Donnell; Ic 3Nov47; 'C1987. 

GILLIVAN, JAMES JOSEPH. 
Along the way, a play in three acts. 
© James J. Gillivan; Ic 23jun48; DU15327. 

GILMORE, EDWARD JOSEPH. 
Birthday party, a one -act play. © Edward 

Joseph Gilmore, Jr.; Ic 12Apr48; DU13925. 
Just beyond Danbury, a one-act play. 

© Edward Joseph Gilmore, Jr.; Ic 15Jun48- 

DU15208. 



The man who grew young, a one -act 
play. © Edward J. Gilmore, Jr.; 
Ic 5Apr48; DU13774. 

Tea, a one -act play. © Edward Joseph 
Gilmore, Jr.; Ic 10May48; DU14470. 

GIN palace. DP12774. SEE Janes, Hurford. 

GINGRICH, HAROLD. 
Wonderful day with Jim Conway, a quarter- 
hour studio program. Audition scripts 
1-2. © Harold Gingrich; Ic each 
14Apr48; C2459-2460. 

GIORGIO, LEA DE . 

Fata musica. [Screen play with music. 
Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Lea de Giorgio; Ic 10Nov47; DUl4106. 

THE GIRAFFE hunt. DU12248. SEE Allen, 
Dayton. 

GIRAUDOUX, JEAN. 

L'ApoUon de Bellac, piece en un acte. 

Paris, B. Grasset [1947]. 116 p. illus. 

© Editions Bernard Grasset; 30May47; 

DPI 31 50. 
Intermezzo, a comedy in three acts. 

English version by Maurice Valency. 

© Maurice J. Valency; Ic 7Apr48; 

DU14078. 

THE GIRL came back. DU12283. SEE Bean, 
Muriel Vernon. 

THE GIRL for me. DUX 5081. SEE Davis, 
Donald. 

THE GIRL from the suburb. DU14074. SEE 
Tramer, Erwin. 

THE GIRL in the painting. DU14831 . SEE 
Gens, Oskar. 

THE GIRL who upped her sales. DU12644. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

GIRLING, BETTY THOMAS. 
The very smallest angel. Episode in radio 
series "Old tales and new. ' © Betty 
Thomas Girling; Ic 24Nov47; DU12276. 

GIRLS' school. DU12684. SEE Spickers, 
William. 

GIURAMENTO and tradimento d'amore. 
DU12834. SEE Riviello, Michael. 

GIUSEPPE. DU14753'. SEE Landeck, 
Beatrice. 

GIVE 'em both barrels. C2042. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

GIVE me the sun. DU14637. SEE Shafroth, 
Janet Durrie. 

GIVE them everything. DU14510. SEE 
Brant, Alfred. 

GIVE us our dream. DU15230. SEE Apstein, 
Theodore. 

GLAD, Art. SEE The Guiding Light (Radio 
program) 

GLADYS. DU12106. SEE McNamee, Edward. 

GLAMORIZING Joanne. DP12482. SEE 
Mvindorf, Millie. 

GLANN, JAMES FRANK. 
After forty, a comedy drama in three acts, 
by James F. Glann and Bernard J. Mc- 
Owen. [Includes words and music for 
two songs]. © James F. Glann, Bernard 
J. McOwen; Ic ljun48; DU15152. 

EIN GLAS Sekt. DP14709. SEE Nachmann, 
Kurt. 



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EIN GLAS Wasser. SEE Nachmann, 
Kurt. Ein Glas Sekt. DP14709. 

GLASS, EUhu. 
Ask your father. DU15158. SEE Aranow, 
Zedra Jurist. 

GLASS, EVERETT. 

Corsican father, a play in five scenes, 
by Everett Glass and Michael Raffetto. 
Based on a story by Prosper Merimee. 
© Everett Glass. Michael Raffetto; 
Ic 8Mar48; DU13359. 

GLASS, RUTH POLLEN. 
Ask your father. DU15158. SEE Aranow, 

Zedra Jurist. 
That boy Heine, a play in two scenes. 
© Ruth Pollen Glass; Ic 17Feb48; 
DU12950. 

THE GLASS menagerie. DP13549. SEE 
Williams, Tennessee. 

GLASS movintain. DU14292. SEE Patterson, 
Thomas MoEvoy. 

GLASSER, MRS. LESTER H. 
Let's talk it over with Ida Newman. Radio 
script, Jan. 22, 1948. © Mrs. Lester 
H. Glasser; Ic 27Jan48; C2461. 

GLAYAT, JAMES JOSEPH. 
Hal eschat il saabi; or, This difficult 
life. A new play in three acts. © James 
Joseph Glayat (fim Glayat); Ic 18Mar48; 
DU13539. 

GLORIA mundi. DU13812. SEE Folgner, 
Arthur Maxwell. 

GLORIOUS Gloria. SEE MacLachlan, Robert 
Anthony. Homeward, my love. DU14658. 

GLORY goal. DU12555. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

GNAGY, JON HARVEY. 

How do you doodle? Format for a thirty- 
minute and a ten-minute television pro- 
gram. © Jon Gnagy; Ic lMar48; C2245. 

GOD and Oliver Gray. DU12572. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

GOD speaks the law to Israel. DU12195. 
SEE The Children's Chapel, no. 33. 

GOD straightens out the world. DU12358. 
SEE MiUman, David. 

GODDARD, Robert L., pseud. SEE Cahn, 
Stuart Jay. 

god's Uttle stick. DU12710. SEE The Hour 
of St. Francis (Radio program) 

GOERTZ, Arthemise. 
Give us our dream. DU15230. SEE 
Apstein, Theodore. 

GOETHE, JOHANN WOLFGANG VON. 
Faust. Texte franpais [Premier Faust] 
de Gerard de Nerval, et [Second Faust] 
de Alexandre Arnoux [etJR. Biemel. 
Paris, A. Michel [1947]. 529 p. © 
Editions Albin Michel; 10Jun47; on tran- 
slation of Second Faust; DP15124. 

GOETZ, AUSTIN. 

Honor bright, a comedy of youth in three 
acts. Boston, Baiter's Plays [19481. 88 
p. illus. (Baker's royalty plays) © 
Walter H. Baker Co.; 4May48; DP15153. 

The kitten's necklace, a feminine mystery 
in three acts, by Kathleen O'Neill [pseud.] 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 89 p. 
illus. (Baker's royalty plays) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 4May48; DP15154. 



GOETZ, Mrs. Charles M. SEE Goetz, 
Grace Gertrude. 

GOETZ, GRACE GERTRUDE. 
Seeing our states: California. Television 
script. © Grace Gertrude Goetz 
(Mrs. Charles M. Goetz); Ic 16Feb48; 
C2171. 

GOFF, IVAN. 
Portrait in black, a play in three acts, 
by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. New York, 
S. French [1948]. 110 p. illus. © Ivan 
Goff, Ben Roberts; 16Feb48; DP13972. 
Prev. reg. 40ct45; D unp. 95373. 

GOFORTH, Frances Annabel. 
Like breath into the wind. DU12659. SEE 
Andersen, Warren Edward. 

GOGGLES. DU12375. SEE Kaplan, Marvin 
Wilbur. 

GOGOL, Nikolai VasTrevTch. 
The revizor. SEE Stein, Morris. The 
man from Topeka. DU12822. 

GOING places with the Smiths. DU14281. 
SEE Schmertz, Charles Baye. 

GOLD, KENNETH MONROE. 
Operation Torch, a play in three acts, with 
prologue and epilogue. © Kenneth M. 
Gold; Ic 14May48; DU14638. 

GOLD girl. DU13258. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 471. 

GOLD in the air. DU13391. SEE Best, 
Bert Morrison. 

GOLD in the streets. DU14250. SEE Hurley, 
Gene. 

GOLDEN, Alfred L. 
A young man's fancy. DP12862. SEE 
Thurschwell, Harry T. 

GOLDEN, MYRON. 
The world of Claudia Wells; episodes no. 
1-2, revised. [Radio scripts] © Myron 
Golden; Ic each 8Jan48; DU12423-12424. 

THE GOLDEN calf. DU12196. SEE The 
Children's Chapel, no. 34. 

THE GOLDEN crow. DU13197. SEE Igo, 
Harold. 

THE GOLDEN fleece. DU14075. SEE 
Greene, Joseph Perkins. 

GOLDFEIN, ABRAHAM LEONARD. 
The last Prometheus, a verse play. A 
variation on Aeschylus. 30 leaves. 
© Abraham Leonard Goldfein; Ic 18Jun48; 
DU15408. 

GOLDILOCKS and Prince Charming. 
DU14627. SEE Let's Pretend, Apr. 17, 1948. 

GOLDILOCKS and the three bears. DU12210. 
SEE Dawson, Winston Fauntleroy. 

GOLDMAN, LEO. 
With appetite, a radio play. © Leo Gold- 
man; Ic 22Mar48; DU13547. 

GOLDMAN, PAUL. 
Sinner's lament. DU12745. SEE Wickey, 

Lawrence. 
Tomorrow's paradise, a play in three acts, 

by Paul Goldman and Lawrence Wickey. 

© Lawrence Wickey, Paul Goldman; Ic 

20Apr48; DU14059. 

GOLDREYER, Harvey Albert. 
Indian giver. DU13578. SEE Sabinson, 
Harvey Barnett. 



GOLDSMITH, Clifford. SEE Aldrich 
Family (Radio program) 

GOLDSMITH, Oliver. 
She stoops to conquer. DU13431. SEE 
Salzman, Frances Klenett. 

GOLENPAUL, Dan. SEE Information Please 
(Radio program) 

GOLGOTHA. DU14089. SEE Barnouw, 

Erik. 

GOLL, Ralph. SEE The Lone Ranger (Radio 
program) 

GOMBAU Guerra, Gerardo. 
Campocerrado. DU13734. SEE Real de 
la Riva, Cesar. 

GONZALEZ GONZALEZ, JOSE ANTONIO. 
Tres Prfncipes de Boriqu^n, tragedia en 
tres partes, un prologo y un epilogo. 

y'rologue and first two parts only] 
Jos6 Antonio Gonzalez Gonzalez; 
Ic 13Jan48; DU13162. 

THE GOOBY-walk man. DU14010. SEE 
Workman, vVilliam R. 

GOOD fairy rescued. DU12544. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 10. 

THE GOOD Samaritan. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 20. DU12182. 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 53. 
DU12656. 

THE GOOD woman of Setzuan. DU12239. SEE 
Brecht, Bertolt. 

GOODBYE, baby. DU12474. SEE Chestnut, 
William Austin. 

GOOD-BYE, Uttle Eva. DP13730. SEE 
Carter, Leslie H. 

GOODBYE, Miss Lizzie Borden. DP13732. 
SEE De La Torre, Lillian. 

GOODHEW, JONATHAN. 
The sisters, a play in three acts, with 
prologue and epilogue. © Jonathan Good- 
hew; Ic 24May48; DU15051. 

GOODMAN, ARTHUR, 
^eeds in the wind, a play in two acts. 
© Arthur Goodman; Ic 15Jan48; on re- 
visions; DU12428. Prev. reg. "The 
children of Pcherka;" 29Aug44; D90243. 

GOODMAN, DANIEL CARSON. 
Madly we smile, an original play in six 
scenes. © Daniel Carson Goodman; 
Ic 14Jun48; DU15189. 

GOODMAN, Evelyn. SEE Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

GOODSON, Mark. 
Stop the music. C1999. SEE Salter, Harry. 

GOODWIN, Nancy. 
Daze and Ide. DU12926. SEE Morrow, 
Timothy T. 

GOODYEAR Tire and Rubber Company. 
Care cuts cost. C2558. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
A letter from America. DU15330. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Miracle maker. DU13073. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Nine out of ten. DU13841. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Off-the-road tires. C2557. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

THE GOOSE girl. DU14757. SEE Let's Pre- 
tend, May. 8, 1948. 



i 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GOOSE hunters. C2769. SEE Freestone, 
Arthur. 

GORDON JAMES E. 

Don't say hello; radio program. [Sample 
script] © James E. Gordon; Ic 24Feb48; 
C2375. 

GORDON, Kurtz, pseud. SEE Kurtz, C. Gordon. 

GORDON, MARY. 
The survivors, a play in three acts. © Mary 
Gordon; Ic 21May48; DU14823. 

GORDON, Robert. SEE Smith, Robert Gordon. 

GORDON, ROBERT SAWYER. 
The psychology and effects of motion pictures 
portrayed through Synopsis films; a lecture. 
© Robert Sawyer Gordon; Ic 21Jan48; 
C2133. 

GORDON, RUTH. 
The hut. DU13021. SEE Kanin, Garson. 
The kitchen i-anaries, a play in three acts, 

by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin. © Ruth 

Gordon, GiJ-son Kanin; Ic 14Jan43; DU13690. 
The MacAllister fortune. A play in three acts. 

© Ruth Gordon, Garson Kanin; Ic 23Jan48; 

DU12518. 
The sky is falling. DU15375. SEE Kanin, 

Garson. 

GORDON, Shelby. 
Daze and Ide. DU12926. SEE Morrow, Timothy 
T. 

GORE -BROWNE, MARGARE i . 

Appassionata, an original play in six panels, 
by Margaret Gore -Browne and L. Mappin 
Little. ® Margaret Gore -Browne, L. Mappin 
Litde; Ic 12Mar48; DU13417. 

GOROCHOV, lEDEDIA. 
Passover narration. A dramatic composition. 
14 leaves. [Yiddish text] © lededia 
Gorochov; Ic 26May48; DU15114. 

GOSDEN. Freeman F. SEE The Amos 'n' Andy 
Show (Radio program) 



GOSSIPERS. DU15361. 
Alexander. 



SEE DeMund, Harold 



GOTTSCHALKSON, FALKFEUX. 
Revised description of Number Jack, as a 
radio and television show and broadcast. 
© Falk Felix Gottschalkson; Ic 4Feb48; 
DU13130. Prev. reg. "Description of 
Number Jack, broadcast no. 1;' 27Dec46; 
AA32198. 

GOULD, EUZABETH HULL. 
Hit and run, a comedy in three acts. © Eliza- 
beth Hull Gould; Ic 8Jan48; DU12286. 

GOULD, WiU. SEE PubUc Prosecutor (Tele- 
vision program) 

GOURFAIN, JOYCE POTTER. 
Let us be human again, a musical fantasy 
in two acts. [Text only] © Joyce Potter 
Gourfain; Ic 4Feb48; DU12781. 

GOVERNMENT housing project. DU15143. 
SEE Mills, Carley. 

GOVERNOR'S Mansion. DU13882. SEE Edstrom, 
Edward Walter. 

GOYA rides again. DU12161. SEE Spickers, 
Reed Hutchins. 

GRABOW. Harry. 
Convincing Elwood. DU12650. SEE rt'ilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Lucky eleven— it's a natural! DU14527. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



Thawing Uncle Jonathon. DU13072. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Tom McCUntock. DU13074. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

GRACE encore pour la terrel DP12319. SEE 
Romains, Jules. 

GRACIE, Marjory Heath. SEE Heath-Gracie, 
Marjory. 

GRADY, Fred. 
Dividends on stock. DU14357. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
The 1949 front end suspension. C2758. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

GRAFTON, EDITH HNGSTONE. 
Return at evening, a play in three acts. 
© Edith Kingstone Grafton; Ic llFeb48; 
DU13126. 

GRAHAM, HARRY. 
Viktoria and her hussar, an operette in three 
acts. The book and lyrics by Alfred Griin- 
wald and Fritz Lohner-Beda (from the 
Hungarian of Emerich Foldes); the music 
by Paul Abraham; the English book and 
lyrics by Harry Graham. London, C. H. Fox, 
C1945. 52 p. illus. (French's acting edition 
no. 1764) Text only. © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 31Dec45; on revisions; DP14041. Prev. 
reg. 18Jun34; E for. 35675. 

GRAHAM, IRVIN. 
The happy little tune. [Narration] © Irvin 

Graham; Ic 2jan48; DU12501. 
The play-party record. DU14754. SEE 

Landeck, Beatrice. 
The waltzing bird. [Narration] © Irvln 

Graham; Ic 2Jan48; DU12875. 

GRAHAM, LEWIS. 
vVestbrook Pegler's Capone, a screenplay, 
based on the life and times of Al Capone. 
120 leaves. © Lewis Graham; Ic 26Apr48; 
DU14777. 

GRAHAM, PEARL MAY. 
Clotield, a drama in three acts. © Pearl 
M. Graham; Ic 25May48; DU14993. 

GRANDMA Brown. DU13832. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2357-1582. 

GRANDMA'S diary. DU14801. SEE Barker, 
Albert Wine man. 

GRANMAW boots 'em home. DU14817. SEE 
de Courcy, Florence Sture. 

GRANNUM, STANLEY TENNYSON. 
Elaine's scrap book, a musical travelogue- 
episodes 1-3. Ra<io scripts. [Text only] 
© Stanley Tennyson Grannum; Ic each 
28Sep47; DU12587-12589. 

GRANT, BRENTON. 
Generation on trial. Continuity, Apr. 3, 1948. 
© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 
7Apr48; DU13901. 

GRANT, Lawrence. 
King Arthur and his knights. DU14412. SEE 
Rogers, Art. 

GRANT, Lee, pseud. SEE Vance, Martin Lee. 

GRANT, Will C. SEE 
Dr. I. Q. (Radio program) 
Dr. I. Q. Junior Show (Radio program) 

GRANT Advertising, inc. SEE 
Dr. I. Q. (Radio program) 
Dr. I. Q. Junior Show (Radio program) 

GRANT, gotoheUl DU15004. SEE Young, 
Joseph Wozencraft. 



THE GRASS is always greener. DU12506. SEE 
Robinson, David. 

GRASSET (Bernard) Editions. 
L'amour des trois oranges. DP14249. SEE 

Arnoux, Alexandre. 
L'ApoUon de Bellac. DP13150. SEE 
Giraudoux, Jean. 



GRASSO, Frank Thomas. 
Sandy of the Starlight Trail. 
BriU, Walter Edmund. 



DU13273. SEE 



GRATEFULLY yours. DU12990. SEE Roberts, 
Gordon. 

GRAVELEY, George, pseud. SEE Edwards, 
George Graveley. 

GRAVES, Ernest WiUis. 
The dream pipe. DU13304. SEE Graves, 
iVillis LeRoy. 

GRAVES, WILLIS LeROY. 
The dream pipe, a play in three acts, by 
Wil Graves and Ernest Graves. © Willis 
LeRoy Graves, Ernest vVillis Graves; Ic 
4Mar48; DU13304. 

GRAY, DOROTHY. 
Thomas, the mouse, and other "tails" in 
rhyme. With illustrations by Joyce Dennys. 
London, S. French [1947]. 23 p. illus. 
© Samuel French, ltd.; I8Dec47; DP12765. 

GRAY, FRED. 
Centennial cavalcade, a pageant in four acts, 
produced by the San Francisco Horsemen's 
Association and the Grand National Junior 
Livestock Exposition and Centennial 
Pageant, San Francisco, March 20-25, 1948. 
© Fred Gray; Ic 3Mar48; DU13276. 

GRAY, GORDON LE ROY. 

The sun is set, a play in three acts. © Goraan 
Le Roy Gray; Ic 19Jan48; DU1944!". 

GRAY, Marshall, pseud. SEE Gretnberg, 
Emanuel Martin. 



GRAYSON, MitcheU. 
Report from Rusty. 
Ben Peter. 



DU14077. SEE Freeman, 



GREAT aches from little corns grow. 
DU13275. SEE J nes, Larry. 

GREAT ADVENTURES (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
Book 1. 
1. By Loye Minor. © Neave Loye Minor; 

Ic 24Mar48; DU13588. 
4. By Loye Minor. © Neave Loye Minor; 

Ic 24Mar48; DU13589. 

8. By Loye Minor and Marie Faith Williams. 
© Lewis Edwin Ryan; Ic 25Mar48; DU14381. 

9. By Loye Minor. © Neave Loye Minor; 
Ic 24Mar48; DU13590. 

THE GREAT Bull. DU14314. SEE Jones, 
George Chadwick. 

GREAT Dayl DP13721. SEE Price, Leland. 

THE GREAT Garvey. DU13018. SEE Tracey, 
Thomas F . 

THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by John EUiotte, 
Andy White, Gene Stone, Jack Robinson, John 
vVhedon, and Sam Moore. © Kraft Foods Co. 

273-276. Dec. 17, 24, 31, 1947; Jan. 7, 1948. 

© Ic each 19Jan48; DU12457-12460. 
277-281. Jan. 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11. 1948. 

© Ic each lMar48; DU13181-13185. 
282-288. Feb. 18, 25, Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24, 

31, 1948. © Ic each 12Apr48; DU13957- 

13963. 



813050 O— 48- 



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THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE. Cont d. 
289-292. Apr. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1948. © Ic 

each 7Tun48; DU15392-15395. 
293-296. May 5, 12, 19, 26, 1948. © Ic 

each 7Jun48; DU15380-15383.. 

GREAT lovers of history. DF14227. SEE Hyer, 
Julien C. 

THE GREAT reform. DU14127. SEE Moss, 
Irving Maxwell. 

THE GREAT salute to the states. DU12150. 
SEE Neeves, Dorothy Ellen. 

GREAT things. Uncle 1 DU13663. SEE Dan - 
forth, Mildred Emebne. 

THE GREATER '48 contest. C2351. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE GREATER miracle. DU14844. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 74. 

THE GREATEST of these. DU12585. SEE 
Campbell, Isabelle B. 

GREATEST stories of all time. SEE Bowman, 
Phil. 

THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Henry Denker. 
© Rayshow, inc. 

48. Dec. 21, 1947. No room at the inn. 
© Ic 30Dec47; DU12168. 

49. Dec. 28, 1947. Flight into Egypt. 
© Ic 31Dec47- DU12216. 

50. Jan. 4, 1948. Our Father which art in 
heaven. © Ic 9Jan48; DU12297. 

51. Jan. 11, 1948. A little leaven. © Ic 
19Jaii48; DU12406. 

52. Jan. 18, 1948. The strength within. 
© Ic 23Jan48; DU12520. 

53. Jan. 25, 1948. The Good Samaritan. 
© Ic 29Jan48; DU12656. 

54. Feb. 1, 1948. Seventy times seven. 
© Ic 5Feb48; DU12785. 

55. Feb. 8, 1948. In the place of others. 
© Ic 13Feb48; DU12895. 

56. Feb. 15, 1948. The courage to try 
again. © Ic 24Feb48; DU13096. 

57. Feb. 22, 1948. Blessed are the meek. 
© Ic lMar48; DU13194. 

58. Feb. 29, 1948. They did not receive 
Him. © Ic 4Mar48; DU13299. 

59. Mar. 7, 1948. Blessed are they that 
mourn. © Ic 16Mar48; DU13482. 

60. Mar. 14, 1948. Blessed are the peace- 
makers. © Ic 18Mar48; DU13880. 

61. Mar. 21, 1948. The betrayal and the 
crucifixion. © Ic 29Mar48; DU13682. 

62. Mar. 28, 1948. The Resurrection. 
© Ic 3lMar48; DU13741. 

63. Apr. 4, 1948. The hand to the plow. 
© Ic 8Apr48; DU13845. 

64. Apr. 11, 1948. The hunger within. 
© Ic 21Apr48; DU14148. 

65. Apr. 18, 1948. That ye be not judged. 
© Ic 27Apr48; DU14242. 

66. Apr. 25, 1948. Unto these, my brethren. 
© Ic 4May48: DU14339. 

67. May 2, 1948. First, be reconciled. 
© Ic 7May48: DU14457. 

68. May 9, 1948. Sufficient unto the day. 
© Ic 19May48: DU14742. 

69. May 16, 1948. Thou shall be recompensed 
© Ic 20May48: DU14790. 

70. May 23, 1948. If you have faith. © Ic 
22May48- DU14842. 

71. [May 30, 19481. Whosoever is angry. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14843. 

72. [June 6, 19481. Disputed boundary. © Ic 
22May48; DU14837. 

73. [June 13, 19481. The challenge. © Ic 
22May48; DU14838. 

74. [June 20, 19481. The greater miracle. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14844. 



GREEN, CARL P. 

Things you can do in the spring, a poem. 
© Carl Green; Ic 15Apr48; DU14067. 

GREEN, CHARLES ANTHONY. 
Word-pix. Television script. ©Charles A. 
Green; Ic 7Apr48; C2425. 

GREEN, ERIC MAWBY. 
Mister In-Between, a play in three acts, 
adapted from the famous French farce 
"Moumou, " by Jean de Letraz. © E. Mawby 
Green, Jean de Letraz; Ic 17Feb48; DU12947. 

GREEN, MARY LUCKETT. 
The billy goat's bluff; the adventures of the 
Butts family. A narration. © Mary Luckett 
Green; Ic 8Dec47; C2020. 

GREEN, Merodach. SEE Sermon of the Week, 
no.-41. C2278. 

GREEN cars go east. DP12773. SEE Carroll, 
Paul Vincent. 

GREEN enchantment. C2714. SEE Phair, Jean 
E. 

GREEN eyes. DU12512. SEE HilUard, Frank. 

THE GREEN HORNET (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Trendle -Striker, 
unless otherwise indicated. © The Green 
Hornet, inc. 

840. Jan. 6, 1948. Diplomatically done. 
© Ic 19Jan48; DU12695. 

841. Jan. 13, 1948. Perfect alibi. © Ic 
19Jan48; DU12696. 

842. Jan. 20, 1948. A matter of evidence. 
© Ic 16Feb48: DU12967. 

843. Jan. 27, 1948. Hit and run. © Ic 
16Feb48; DU12968. 

844. Feb. 3, 1948. Miss Case meets the 
Hornet. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12969. 

845. Feb. 10, 1948. The mysterious Mr. 
Jones. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12970. 

846. Feb. 17, 1948. Miss Case keeps a 
secret. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12971. 

847. Feb. 24, 1948. Rule of three. © Ic 
10Mar48;DU13823. 

848. Mar. 2, 1948. Find the woman. 
© Ic 10Mar48; DU13825. 

849. Mar. 9, 1948. One for the Senator. 
© Ic 10Mar48; DU13824. 

850. Mar. 16, 1948. Two minus two, by 
Trendle -Dougall. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13862. 

351. Mar. 23, 1948. Stone waU alibi. 
© Ic 5Apr48; DU13861. 

852. Mar. 30, 1948. The funeral spray, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 5Apr48; DU138bd. 

853. Apr. 6, 1948. Pink wonderland. 
© Ic 5Apr48; DU13859. 

854. Apr. 13, 1948. Fire in cold storage. 
© Ic 5May48; DU14579. 

855. Apr. 20, 1948. Process X, by Trendle- 
Dougall. © Ic 5May48; DU14580. 

856. Apr. 27, 1948. Double play. © Ic 
5May48; DU14581. 

857. May 4, 1948. The silent partner, by 
Trendle -Dougall. © Ic 5May48: DU14582. 

857. May 4, 1948. Career at stake, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 17May48; DU14687 

858. May 11, 1948. The lesser evil. © Ic 
5May48; DU14583. 

858. May 11, 1948. The woman in black. 
© Ic 17May48: DU14688. 

859. May 18, 1948. The Travis case, by 
Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 17May48; DU14689. 

860. May 25, 1948. A cable from England, 
by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 4Jun48; DU15221. 

861. June 1, 1948. The Hornet bats for a 
pitcher, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 4Jun48; 
DU15222. 

862. June 8, 1948. Taxi dance to murder, by 
Trendle -Striker. © Ic 21Jun48; DU15296. 

863. Jime 15, 1948. Murder at Lighthouse 
Mary's, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 4Jun48; 
DU15223. 



THE GREEN HORNET, inc. SEE The Green 
Hornet (Radio program) 

GREEN is for death. DU13248. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 168. 

GREEN is for grief. DU13393. SEE Gibbons, 
Edward William. 

THE GREEN leprechaun. DU14765. SEE First 
Nighter, Mar. 18, 1948. 

GREEN Table, U. S. A. DU12840. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 

GREENBERG, EMANUEL MARTIN. 
Comes the evolution, a satirical farce in 
three acts and seven scenes, by Marshall 
Gray [pseud.] © Emanuel Martin Green- 
berg; Ic 4Mar48; on revisions; DU13303. 
Prev. reg. "The millionth moon;" 
28Aug47; D11317. 

GREENBERG, Jack. 
Seven by twenty. DU13378. SEE Otis, Nancy 
Marie. 

GREENBIE, Marjorie Latta (Barstow). 

Castine. DP14825. SEE Greenbie, Sydney. 

GREENBIE, SYDNEY. 
Castine, a dramatized biography of a town, 
in three parts, by Sydney Greenbie and 
Marjorie Barstow Greenbie. [Castine, 
Me.?] Traversity Press, 1948. 95 p. 
© Sydney Greenbie, Marjorie Barstow 
Greenbie; 14May48; DP14825. 

GREENDALE ALEXANDER. 

Precinct Five, a play in two acts. © Alex- 
ander Greendale; Ic 23Apr48; DU14155. 

GREENE. HAZEL LOCKE. 
Here comes the bride, a play. 5 leaves. 
© Hazel Li eke Greene; Ic 16Feb48; DU13439. 

GREENE, Henry. 
Everybody's playground. DU12306. SEE 
Klutch, Murray. 

GREENE, John. SEE World-wide Radio 
Productions, inc. 

GREENE, JOSEPH PERKINS. 
The golden fleece, a new musical comedy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Joe Greene, 
music by Dick Loring. [Text only] 
© Joseph Perkins Greene; Ic 12Apr48; 
DU14075. 

GREENE, LUTHER. 
An American is chosen, a weekly half-hour 
dramatic production. [Sample continuity] 
© Luther Greene; Ic 8.-.pr48; DU13844. 

GREENE, Norman Jay. SEE Layne, Leene k 
Greene. 

GREENE, ROBERT STERN. 
The man who couldn't whistle, a folk opera 

in two acts. [Text only] © Robert S. 

Greene; Ic 24Feb48; on change from radio 

play to folk opera; DU13089. Prev. reg. 

llFeb48; DU12851. 
The man who couldn't whistle, a radio play. 

© Robert S. Greene; Ic llFeb48; DU12851. 

GREENE, Ruth Kaufman. 
Everybody's playground. DU12306. SEE 
Klutch, Murray. 

GREENFELD, JOSHUA JOSEPH. 
All chalk is blue, a play in two parts, by 
Josh Greenfeld. © Joshua Joseph Greenfeld; 
Ic llMay48; DU14514. 

GREENHOE Joseph. 
What goes up. DU15066. SEE Michigan. 



44 



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state College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science. The Dionysians. 

GREENHOUSE, REBECCA. 
The best things in life are free, a jamboree by 
the Yosian Saturday sightseers; written and 
directed by Rebecca Greenhouse. In three 
scenes and a finale. [Text only] © Rebecca 
Greenhouse; Ic 25May48; DU15024. 

GREENSTONE, FLORENCE M. 
Crescendo, a play in one act, by Florence 
Stone [pseud. 1 © Florence M. Greenstone; 
Ic 25Feb48;DU13138. 

GREENWICH Village I— where else? DU12639. 
SEE .\lbyn, Genevieve Nicetas. 

GREER, Dorothy Leech. 
Tomorrow with you. DU14797. SEE Sachs, 
Marvin Henry. 

GREGORY, BOBBY CALVIN. 
Hillbilly, a musical play in two acts. © Bobby 
Calvin Gregory; Ic 14Jun48; DU15216. 

GREGORY, FRANK LEO. 
Kokomo Kafe. [Dramatic sketch] 2 leaves. 
© Frank L. Gregory; Ic 12Jan48; DU12304. 

GREGORY, HAROLD JAMES. 
High man out, a comedy in three acts. 

© Harold J. Gregory; Ic 21Jan48; DU13069. 
Springtime for Patsy, a comedy in three acts. 

Minneapolis, Northwestern Press, cl948. 

96 p. illus. © The Northwestern Press; 

14Feb48; DP13086. 

GREGORY, John Edward, pseud. SEE Pattiz, 
A'arren Bruce. 

GRENET, Eliseo. SEE Grenet y Sanchez, 
EUseo. 

GRENET Y SANCHEZ, EUSEO. 

The dark virgin, a play, by Eliseo Grenet. 
English translation. 63 leaves. © Eliseo 
Grenet; Ic 7May48; DU14419. 

THE GREY menace. C2252. SEE Schmitz, 
Carl Edward. 

GREYHOUND Corporation. 

Shootin' the breeze. C2670. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Signs of good times. DU14529. SEE .Vilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

GRIECO, ROSE FLORENCE. 
Birds from our tree, a comedy in three acts. 
© Rose Florence Grieco; Ic 4Dec47; DU12489 

GRIMM, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 
The six servants. DU14294. SEE Lopata, 
Virginia W. 

GRIMM, Wilhelm Karl. 

The six servants. DU14294. SEE Lopata, 
Virginia W. 

GRIMSHAW, inc. DU12133. SEE Fairweather, 
Frederic Hedly. 

EL GRINGO. DU14585. SEE The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2379-1604. 

GRISWOLD, LAURENCE V. 
The diving fool, a one -act play, by Larry 
Griswold. © Laurence V. Griswold; Ic 
29Mar48; DU13607. 

GROAG, EDWARD ROBERT. 

H.M.S. Annabelle, a play in one act. © Edward 
Robert Groag; Ic 21May48; DU14792. 

Suite 357, a play in one act. © Edward 
Robert Groag; Ic 21May48; DU14793. 

GROOS, Chick, pseud. SEE vVuUf, Robert Groos. 



GROSS business. C2005. SEE WuHf, Robert 
Groos. 

GROSSMAN, LEONARD. 
Shays' rebellion, a play with music, in two acts 
Book by Leonard Grossman and Julius R. 
Beitler, music by Leonard Grossman, lyrics 
by Gene Klavan and Leonard Grossman. 

tText only] © Leonard Grossman, Julius 
I. BeiUer; Ic 13Feb48; DU12896. 

GROUND rents. SEE Spencer, Albert E. Deeds. 
C2212. 

GROUP relations. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 
Management conference: Group relations. 

GROUT, EDWARD DeFRECE. 
My dearest one; and. Shall I tell you of my 
love. Recording script (2 sides) by Eddie 
Grout. © Edward deFrece Grout; Ic 
3jun48; C2724. 

GROVER, EMILY BARBARA. 
The Dove of Lodi, a scenario script in thirty 
sequences. An adaptation of her musical 
drama, "Through Him who strengthens me." 
© Emily Barbara Grover; Ic 26Jan48; 
DU12569. 

GRUNWALD, Alfred. 
Viktoria and her hussar. DP14041. SEE 
Graham, Harry. 

GRUSETZ, Esther. 
Four on a honeymoon. DU12885. SEE 
Herman, Milton Abraham. 

GUERRA, Gerardo Gombau. SEE Gombau 
Guerra, Gerardo. 

GUESS and get it. DU12399. SEE O'Malley, 
NeiU. 

THE GUIDING UGHT (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Irna Phillips, 
unless otherwise indicated. © The Procter 
& Gamble Co. 

146. Dec. 22, 1947. By art Glad. © Ic 

9Jan48; DU12308. 

162. Jan. 13 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12732. 

193. Feb. 25 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; DU13451. 

206. Mar. 15, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13783. 

226. Apr. 12, 1948. © Ic 5May48; DU14399. 

265. June 4, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; DU15372. 

GUILTY or not guilty. DU14168. SEE Fletcher, 
Helen pU. 

GUI TRY, Sacha. 
N'^coutez pas, mesdames. SEE Bolton. Guy 
Reginald. Don't listen, ladies. DU14273. 

GUMMED Products Company. 
Exclusively yours. C2671. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

GURLEY, PHYLLIS MARGARET. 
None so blind, a play by Lynne Randolph 
[pseud.] 28 leaves. © Phyllis Margaret 
Gurley; Ic 29Jun48; DU15409. 

GURVITZ, SIMON. 
Not enough advertising. [A dramatic sketch] 
© Simon Gurvitz; Ic 28Nov47; DU12592. 

GURY, Jeremy. 
SmaU world. DU13416. SEE Schneider, 
vVilUam H. 

GUS and Polly. C2449. SEE Kelley, Dennis. 

GUY, ROBERT. 
Apartments 100 o/o rented, a play in three 
acts, by Robert Guy and Alain Saint-Val. 
Tr. and adapted by Andr€e Cadet de Mont- 
louis. © Andr^e Cadet de Montlouis; Ic 
31Mar48; DU13746. 



Appartement a louer, piSce en trois actes, 
de Robert Guy et Alain Saint-Val. © Andr^e 
Cadet de Montlouis; Ic 31Mar48; DU13745. 

GUYON, JULIEN. 
La joyeuse veill^e, comedie humoristique en 
deux actes [d'apr^s le roman, "Troublants 
plaisirs," d'Aliso Simanl. St. Julien-sur- 
Reyssouze, J. Guyon [1947]. 94 p. At head 
of title: Le theatre rustique. © Julien Guyon 
(ps. de Aliso Siman); 140ct47; DP14045. 

GUZZETTI, Joseph. 
Up Powelll DP15013. SEE Juliano, Joseph 
Robert. 

GWENDOLYN. DU14905. SEE Rubin, Myron 
Stuart. 



H.M.S. Annabelle. 
Edward Robert. 



H 



DU14792. SEE Groag, 



HAAS, FLORENCE ESTHER. 
Theresa, a three-act play. © Florence E. 
Haas; Ic 10May48; DU14492. 

HAAS, IRWIN. 
Burning bright, the story of young vVilliam 
Blake. A play in three acts. © Irwin 
Haas; Ic 30ri.pr48; DU14290. 

HABERMAN, Jules Jay. 
Two on the isle. DU15273. SEE Williams, 
Robert Verne. 

HABITS of living. C2646. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Human relations, 15th day. 



HACKAMORE reinsman. C2595-2609. 
Connell, Edgar Newton. 



SEE 



HACKETT, WALTER. 
The new look, a comedy in one act. Boston, 
Baker's Plays [1948]. 34 p. illus. (Baker s 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
10May48; DPI 4675. 

HADLINGTON, RONALD. 
Music for the Emperor, a fantastic comedy 
in one act. London, S. French [1947]. 
29 p. illus. (French's acting edition, no. 
234) © Samuel French, ltd.; 31Dec47; 
DP13874. 

HAGANAHI DP15027. SEE Citron, Samuel 
Joseph. Headline parade, v. 3, no. 2. 

HAGAR. DU13023. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

HAGER, vVesley H. SEE Sermon of the Week, 
no. 50. C2287. 

HAGERUP, FREDERIK THEODOR. 
Mount Everest, a play in seven pictures, by 
Huston Clair [pseud.] © Huston Clair; Ic 
10Feb48; DU14132. 

HAGUE, Robert A. 
Orpheus. DP15166. SEE StravlnskiT, Igor' 
Fedorovich. 

HAINES, WILLIAM WISTER. 

Command decision, a play [in three acts]. 
New York, Random House [1948]. 180 p. 
illus. © vVilliam Wister Haines; 2Jan48; 
DP12567. Prev. reg. "Command;' 
28Jan46; D unp. 414. 

HAL eschatil saabi. DU13539. SEE Glayat, 
James Joseph. 



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HALBERG, MAYNARD NIEL. 
Power supply for air conditioning compressor 
motors in commercial buildings, by M. N. 
Halberg and D. L. Beeman. AIEE conference 
paper, presented Nov. 1947. ,© Maynard 
Niel Halberg, Donald Lester Beeman; Ic 
2Dec47; C2214. 

HALE, Gwendolen, pseud. SEE Millington, 
Gwendolen Marjorie. 

THE HALF -Hour Playhouse. SEE Bates, John. 
The taming of the shrew. DU12728. 

HALFF, ALMA MURPHY. 
A ghost on the loose, a mystery-comedy in 
three acts. Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 
61 p. (Baker's edition of plays) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 6Feb48; DP12995. 

HALL, ALFRED J. 
Lucky one, a new American operetta in three 
acts. Libretto by Alfred Hall, lyrics by 
Edward Towne, music by Dixie Brand. [Text 
only! © Alfred J. Hall; Ic 30Mar48; 
DU13700. 

HALL, CONSTANCE. 
ObUgato, a play in three acts, by Constance 
HaU and Theodore Nathan. © Constance 
Hall, Theodore R. Nathan; Ic 16Feb48; 
DU13128. 

HALL, DOROTHY. 
Could be, a satirical farce in three acts, by 
Ves Ilgood [pseud.] and Bernardo Alemany. 
© Ves Ilgood, Bernardo Alemany; Ic 6Jan48; 
DU12528. 

HALL, EUGENE JAKWAY. 
The lotus eaters, a play in one act. © Eugene 
J. Hall; Ic 16Jun48; DU15237. 

HALL, JOHN DAVIDSON. 
Three tickets to Killarney, a comedy in one 
act. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House, inc. cl947. 20 p. (Eldridge popular 
one act plays) © Eldridge Entertainment 
House; 10ct47; DP13512. 

HALL, Owen, pseud. SEE Lusk, H. H. 

HALLAM, Lewis. 
The Whoopstars. DU12849. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

THE HALLAMS. DU12612. SEE Franken, Rose. 

HALLOWAY, Vance, pseud. SEE Van Woeart, 
Alpheus. 

HALMAN Doris. SEE 
Aimt Jenny's Real Life Stories (Radio program) 
The Song of the Stranger (Radio program) 

HALSTED, HELEN. 
The bell on the buoy, a play in three acts. 
© Helen Halsted; Ic 7Jun48; DU15120. 

HAMILTON, JOHNMERIDETH. 
My own true love, a play in three acts. 
© John Merideth Hamilton; Ic 12Jan48; 
DU12722. 

HAMILTON, PATRICK. 
Rue des Anges, pilce en trois actes; adapta- 
tion francaise de Louis Verneuil. Londres 
[New Yorkl^ ChappeU, cl948. 47 p. (On 
cover: Theatre & romans, edit^ par 
R^alites. Revue mensuelle, Ire annee, no. 
10). Original title: Gas Ught. © Chappell 
& Co., inc.; 25Mar48; DP14834. 



HAMILTON. 
(DelMn). 



DU14332. SEE Pavlo, Hattie May 



HAMLET. SEE Flesher, Frederic Downs. The 
tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. 
DU14303. 

HAMLIN, Mary P. 
He came seeing. SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. 



One-act plays of spiritual power. DP15231. 

THE HAMMER & psychel. DU14333. SEE Bush, 
Abraham Moses. 

HAMMERSCHMIDT, Jack. SEE Innocent By- 
stander? (Radio program) 

HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar. 
Allegro. A16410. SEE Rodgers, Richard. 

HAMMIL, JOEL. 
The brimstone bed, a drama in three acts. 
© Joel Hammil; Ic 17Feb48; DU13085. 

HAMMOND, NATALIE HAYS. 
Fugue, a one -act play in three scenes. 
© Natalie Hays Hammond; Ic 2Dec47; 
DU 12093. 

HAND, Leslie, pseud. SEE Amey, Viola A. 

THE HAND held curved. DU13473. SEE 
Koehring, Vera Louise. 

HAND in hand. DU12507. SEE Bush, A. M. 

THE HAND on the latch. DU12472. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 97. 

THE HAND to the plow. DU13845. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 63. 

HANDFUL of silver. DU14390. SEE Parker, 
Donald Hillman. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION, INC. 

The ABC's of friendly fountain service; 
recording script for the S. S. Kresge 
Company. © S. S. Kresge & Co.; Ic 
30Mar48; C2354. 

The ABC's of friendly service — handling 
customers; recording script for the S. S. 
Kre^e Company. © S. S. Kresge & Co.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2355. 

The ABC'sof friendly service— making the 
sale; recording script for the S. S. Kresge 
Company. © S. S. Kresge & Co.; Ic 
30Mar48; C2356. 

Acquaintance interview with Ed Wolfe; re- 
cording script for Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corporation. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2660. 

Acquaintance interview with Sam Allen; re- 
cording script for Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corporation. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
Ic 22May48; C2659. 

AU-American choice; recording script for 
the Hoover Company. © The Hoover Co.; 
Ic 22May48; C2672. 

Application of electricity to Frigidaire pro- 
ducts; recording script for Frigidaire 
Division, General Motors Corporation. 
© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2663. 

Arranging programs; recording script for 
Century Metalcraft Corporation. © Century 
Metalcraft Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2360. 

Arranging programs from advertising leads; 
recording script for Century Metalcraft 
Corporation. © Century Metalcraft Corp.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2323. 

Arranging programs on call backs and ser- 
vice calls; recording script for Century 
Metalcraft Corporation. © Century Metal- 
craft Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2326. 

Arranging programs on the delivery call; 
recording script for Century Metalcraft 
Corporation. © Century Metalcraft Corp.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2325. 

Arranging programs on the sales call; 
recording script for Century Metalcraft 
Corporation. © Century Metalcraft Corp.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2341. 

Arranging programs through the research or 
survey method; recording script for Century 



Metalcraft Corporation. © Century Metal- 
craft Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2342. 

B P S (Bag Profit Selling) ; recording script 
for~RaIston Purina Company. © Ralston 
Purina Co.; Ic 22May48; C2677. 

Be agreeable --get 'em on your side; recording 
script for the United States Army Recruiting 
Service. © United States Army Recruiting 
Service; Ic 30Mar48; C2334. 

Bearings carry the load and control engine 
performance; recording script for Federal 
Mogul service. © Federal Mogul Corp.; 
Ic 22May48;C2662. 

Bigger, but smaller; recording script for 
the Frigidaire Division of General Motors. 
© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2329. 

The cab that breathes; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corporation. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2346. 

The Campbell career salesman; recording 
script for the Campbell Soup Company. 
© Campbell's Soups, Campbell Sales Co.; 
Ic 22May48; C2655. 

Changing sealed units in household refrig- 
erators; recording script for Frigidaire 
Division, General Motors Corporation. 
© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2664. 

Charts sales presentation book; recording 
script for Charts Corporation. © Charis 
Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2343. 

Charting the course in retail selling and 
merchandising; recording script for the 
Kellogg Company. © Kellogg Co.; Ic 
30Mar48; C2352. 

Chemical stability in refrigerating systems; 
recording script for Frigidaire Division, 
General Motors Corporation. © Frigidaire 
Division, General Motors Corp.; Ic 22May48; 
C2665. 

Coimter care the Kresge way- recording 
script for the S. S. Kresge Company. 
© S. S. Kresge & Co.; Ic 30Mar48: C2357. 

A date, with a sale; recording script for 
the Hoover Company. © The Hoover Co.; 
Ic 22May48; C2673. 

Demonstration sells; recording script for 
the Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2361. 

Designed to sell; recording script for the 
Zenith Radio Corporation. © Zenith Radio 
Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2680. 

Doing a good job of display; recording script 
for the Campbell Soup Company. © Camp- 
bell's Soups, Campbell Sales Co.; Ic 22May48; 
C2656. 

Dollars after dark; recording script for the 
Hoover Company. © The H lOver Co.; Ic 
22May48; C2674. 

Employee training annoimcement; recording 
script for Ralston Purina Company. 
© Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2364. 

Everybody benefits, everybody gives. Recor- 
ding script for Community Chests and 
Councils, inc. © Community Chests and 
Councils, inc.; Ic 26Jan48; C2038. 

Everything under control; recording script 
for the Zenith Radio Corporation. © Zenith 
Radio Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2681. 

Exclusively yours; recording script for Gummed 
Products Company. © Gummed Products 
Co.; Ic 22May48; C2671. 

Facts make sales; recording script for the 
Bendix Radio Corporation. © Bendix Radio 
Division, Bendix Aviation Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; 
C2340. 

First choice; recording script for the Frigi- 
daire Division, General Motors Corporation. 
© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2666. 

For gracious living; recording script for 
the Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corporation. © Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2667. 

The furniture you design yourself; recording 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



script for Mengel Company. © The Mengel 
Co.- Ic 30Mar48; C2373. 
Give em both barrels; recording script for 
McCormick and Company. © McCormick 
6j Co.; Ic 26Jan48; C2042. 
The greater '48 contest; recording script for 
the Hoover Company. © The Hoover Co.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2351. 
Happier ever after; recording script for the 
Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corpora- 
tion. © Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2668. 
Help yourself to independence; recording 
script for Charts Corporation. © Charts 
Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2345. 
Helping the hostess help you; recording script 
for Century Metalcraft Corporation. © Cen- 
tury Metalcraft Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2324. 
How to sell more shoes; recording script 
for Brown Shoe Company. © Brown Fran- 
chise Stores Division, Brown Shoe Co.; Ic 
22May48; C2654. 
In the truck spotlight for '48; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motors Division, General 
Motors Corporation. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; Ic 22May48; 
C2661. 
It's a deal; recording script for Acme White 
Lead & Color Works. © Acme v;hite Lead 
& Color Works; Ic 30Mar48; C2338. 
It's your business tool Recording script for 
Leaf Gum Company. © Leaf Gum Co.; Ic 
26Jan48; C2041. 
Jud w/ashburn's thoughts, and six other re- 
cording scripts for the Ralston Purina 
Company. © Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 10Nov47; 
C2025. 
Keep the door open; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corporation. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2347. 
The leading man; recording script for Swift 
and Company. © Swift & Co.; Ic 22May48; 
C2678. 
Let her help you selll Recording script for 
Swift and Company. © Swift & Co.; Ic 
30Mar48; C2371. 
Looking in, the story of your company and 
your future; recording script for the Camp- 
bell Company. © Campbell s Soups, Camp- 
bell Sales Co.; Ic 22May48; C2657. 
A man's best friend; recording script for 
the F. E. Myers ii Bros. Co. © F. E. Myers 
& Bros. Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2363. 
Mengel Module perm.anized furniture; re- 
cording script for the Mengel Com^ny. 
© The Mengel Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2359. 
More value for '48; recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corporation. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; 
C2348. 
The new challenge to education, a lecture 
given by Jamison Handy of the Jam Handy 
Organization. © Jam Handy Organization, 
inc.; Ic 26Jan48; C2040. 
New magic in the kitchen; recording script 
for General Mills. © General Mills, inc.; 
Ic 26Jan48; C2039. 
The new road to turkey profits; recording 
script for the Ralston-Purina Company. 
© Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2365. 
The other fellow; recording script for the 
Hoover Company. © The Hoover Company; 
Ic 22May48; C2675. 
Pantomime skit, Checkerdale training meet- 
ing, November 1947; recording script for 
Ralston Purina Company. © Ralston Purina 
Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2366. 
Pattern for success; recording script for 
Charts Corporation. © Charts Corp.; Ic 
30Mar48; C2344. 
The pay-off; recording script for Acme 
White Lead k Color V/orks. © Acme White 
Lead fc Color //orks; Ic 30Mar48; C2339. 
The perfect pair; recording script for 
General Mills. © General Mills, inc.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2372. 



HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION, INC. Cont'd. 

Planning for personal progress; recording 
script for the United States Army Recruit- 
ing Service. © United States Army Recruit- 
ing Service; Ic 30Mar48; C2335. 

Policies and people; recording script for 
General Motors Corporation. © General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2350. 

Proud possession; recording script for 
Toastmaster Products Division of McGraw 
Electric Company. © Toastmaster Products 
Division, McGraw Electric Co.; Ic 30Mar48; 
C2333. 

Pulling power; recording script for the 
Zenith Corporation. © Zenith Radio Corp.; 
Ic 22May48; C2682. 

The Purina program for calves; recording 
script for the Ralston-Purina Company. 
© Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2367. 

The Purina program for growing heifers; 
recording script for the Ralston-P>urina 
Company. © Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 30Mar48; 
C2368. 

A quarter of six; recording script for the 
Ralston Purina Company. © Ralston Purina 
Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2369. 

The reasons why I Recording script for Swift 
and Company. © Swift &. Co.; Ic 30Mar48; 
C2374. 

Recording for frankfurt meeting; recording 
script for Swift and Company. © Swift & 
Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2330. 

Sal, the switchboard gal; recording script 
for the Illinois Bell Telephone Company. 
© Illinois Bell Telephone Co.; Ic 22May48; 
C2676. 

Selling to institutions; recording script for 
the Kellogg Company. © Kellogg Co.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2353. 

Servicing Frigidaire ice cream cabinets; 
recording script for Frigidaire Division, 
General Motors Corporation. © Frigidaire 
Division, General Motors Corp.; Ic 22May48; 
C2669. 

ShootLn' the breeze; recording script for 
Greyhound Corporation. © The Greyhound 
Corp.; Ic 22May48; C2670. 

Speaking of money; recording script for the 
S. S. Kresge Company. © S. S. Kresge & 
Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2358. 

Start chicks that pay; recording script for 
the Ralston-I>urina Company. © Ralston 
Purina Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2370. 

Store-tested sales plan; recording script 
for Swift and Company. © Swift & Co.; 
Ic 30Mar48; C2331. 

Superior is more than a word; recording 
script for Superior Coach Corporation. 
© Superior Coach Corp.; Ic 26Jan48; C2043. 

Swift' ning; recording script for Swift and 
Company. © Swift &. Co.; Ic 30Mar48; 
C2332. 

Tell the complete story; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corporation. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2349. 

tVhistle while you sell; recording script for 
the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing 
Company. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; Ic 30Mar48; C2362. 

Who's next? Recording script for the United 
States Army Recruiting Service. © United 
States Army Recruiting Service; Ic 30Mar48; 
C2336. 

Women! Recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corporation. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2327. 

Your advertising; recording script for the 
Campbell Soup Company. © Campbell's 
Soups, Campbell Sales Co.; Ic 22May48; 
C2658. 

Your customer; recording script for Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors Corpora- 
tion. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 30Mar48; C2328. 

Your portable showcase; recording script for 
Swift & Company. © Swift & Co.; Ic 22May48; 



C2679. 
Your Superior home; recording script for 

Superior Coach Corporation. © Superior 

Coach Corp.; Ic 26Jan48; C2044. 
You've got to find 'em first; recording script 

for the United States Army Recruiting 

Service. © United States Army Recruiting 

Service; Ic 30Mar48; C2337. 

HANDY, Jamison. SEE Handy (Jam) Organiza- 
tion, inc. 

HANG on to love. DP14650. SEE Riggs, Lynn. 

HANLON, ROBERT WESTERVELT. 
The parasite, a play in one act. © Robert 
Westervelt Hanlon; Ic 23Mar48; DU13991. 

HANNAH. DU13029. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

HANSON, MEYER. 
Stick happy, a comedy in one act. Boston, 
Baker s Piays [19481. 23 p. illus. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 30Jan48; DP12791. 

HANSON, ROBERT BARCLAY. 

Fort vVorth flashbacks; episode in a radio 
program. © Robert B. Hanson; Ic 8Apr48; 
DU13847. 

HAPPIER ever after. C2668. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

THE HAPPIEST years. DU14574. SEE Coley, 
Thomas Luther. 

HAPPINESS found. DU13465. SEE Kalloneck, 
Madelin A. 

HAPPY birthday. DF14649. SEE Loos, Anita. 

HAPPY humidity. DU13917. SEE Knotts, 
Jesse Donald. 

HAPPY hunting ground. DU12259. SEE Harvey, 
Ray. 

HAPPY landing. DP12323. SEE Yale, Elsie 
Duncan. 

THE HAPPY little time. DU12501. SEE 
Graham, Irvin. 

HAPPY New Year! DU12820. SEE Jenkins, 
Marguerite de Lorimier. 

HAPPY the bride. DP15094. SEE Taylor, 
George. 

HAPPY, the rabbit, outwits Gruff y, the bear. 
DU12538. SEE The Mystery Castle, no. 4. 

THE HAPPY time. DU12678. SEE Langley, 
Adria (Locke). 

HAPPY win tomorrow be. DU13946. SEE 
Chidsey, Alan Lake. 

HAPPYLAND. DU12176. SEE Archangelis, 
Cesiano de. 

HARCOURT, DUDLEY. 
The tolerant husband, a light comedy in three 
acts, by Dudley Harcourt and Elena Cleary- 
Fox. London, New York, S. French, cl947. 
73 p. illus. (French's acting edition, no. 
597) © Samuel French, ltd.; 31Dec47; 
DP12764. 

HARDING, ANNA TRAIL. 
Dear friends, a short play in three acts. 
© .^na T. Harding; Ic 12Feb48; DU12877. 

HARDING, Bertita Leonarz. 
Cayenne. DU14214. SEE Harding, Jack. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HARDING, JACK. 

Cayenne, a play in three acts, by Jack and 
Bertita Harding. © Jack Harding, Bertita 
Harding; Ic 19Mar48; on revisions; DU14214. 
Prev. peg. lDec47; D12042. 

RARING, FORREST CHAPMAN. 
Dennis Brulgruddery, a new play in three acts. 
© Forrest C. Haring; Ic 4Feb48; DU12740. 

HARK, MILDRED. 

Heart trouble, a Valentine play in one act, by 
Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen. Elizabeth- 
town, Pa., Play Club, cl947. 21 p. (A Play 
Club selection, v. 2, no. 11) © The Piay 
Club, inc.; lDec47; DP12090. 

It's so complex, a comedy in one act, by 
Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen. EUzabeth- 
town, Pa., Play Club, cl947. 22 p. (A Play 
Club selection, v. 2, no. 12) © The Play 
Club, inc.; lDec47; DP12089. 

The moon keeps shining, a comedy in one 
act, by Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen. 
Elizabethtown, Pa., Play Club, cl948. 

23 p. (A Play Club selection, no. 17) 

© The Play Club, inc.; lFeb48; DP13366. 
Thanks to George Washington, a comedy in 
one act, by Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen. 
Elizabethtown, Pa., Play Club, cl948. 

24 p. (A Play Club selection, no. 14) © The 
Play Club, inc.; 2Jan48; DP12626. 

HARKRIDER, JOHN. 

All American sportarama: the Lumen vVinter 
presentation. Text by Paul Engle. The 
John Harkrider concept. Athletes of '48, 
A. Gordon Melvin, ed. [Television script] 
© John Harkrider; Ic 10Dec47; DU12559. 

Brain, Brawn and Spirit, inc.; the Arthur 
Cumings presentation. Text by A. Gordon 
Melvin. The John Harkrider concept. 
Athletes of '48, A. Gordon Melvin, ed. 
[Television script] © John Harkrider; Ic 
12Nov47; DU12561. 

Fame Field: the Richard Marsden Brown 
presentation. Text by William Ennis, Jr., 
John Farley and James Williams; script 
draft by »ViUiam Ennis, Jr. The John Hark- 
rider concept. Athletes of '48, A. Gordon 
Melvin, ed. [Television script! © John 
Harkrider; Ic llFeb48; DU12839. 

Fish story; the .^ustin Purves, Jx. presenta- 
tion. Text by Paul Alter. The John Hark- 
rider concept. Athletes of '48, A. Gordon 
Melvin, ed. [Television script! © John 
Harkrider; Ic 10Dec47; DU12556. 

Fish story; the Austin Purves, Jr. presenta- 
tion. Text by Paul Alter. The John Hark- 
rider concept. Athletes of '48, A. Gordon 
Melvin, ed. [Television script! © John 
Harkrider; Ic 20Jan48; DU12841. 

Glory goal: the Ezra Winter presentation. 
Written by George K. Leonard, Jr.; treat- 
ment, John Harkrider, Allan Converse, 
George K. Leonard and Ezra vWnter. The 
John Harkrider concept, Athletes of '48, 
A. Gordon Melvin, ed. [Television script] 
© John Harkrider; Ic 20jaii48; DU12555. 

Green Table, U. S. A.: the William F. Hennigan 
presentation. Text by Carl F . Randall . 
The John Harkrider concept, Athletes of '48, 
A. Gordon Melvin, ed. [Television script] 
© John Harkrider; Ic llFeb48; DU1284(). 

Horse opera: the Paul Brown-Rfilton Weiler 
presentation. Text by Martha KeUer. 
The John Harkrider concept, Athletes of '48, 
A. Gordon Melvin, ed. [Television script] 
© John Harkrider; Ic 10Dec47; DU12558. 

The known American; the Volney A. Crosswell, 
Jr. presentation. Text by Paul Engle; 
script development by Andrew Caruso. The 
John Harkrider concept, .ithletes of '48, 
A. Gordon Melvin, ed. [Television script] 
© John Harkrider; Ic 10Dec47; DU12557. 

National ring: the Dunbar Beck presentation. 
Text by Arthur Alan Stern. The John Hark- 
rider concept. Athletes of '48, A. Gordon 
Melvin, ed. [Television script] © John 
Harkrider; Ic 12Nov47; DU12560. 



HARKRIDER, JOHN 

The Whoopstars: the Edward J. Kasper pre- 
sentation. Basketball development by Robert 
Kelly McCormick; special text by Lewis 
Hallam, William Spencer, and Harvey King. 
The John Harkrider concept. Athletes of '48, 
A. Gordon Melvin, ed. [Television script] 
© John Harkrider; Ic llFeb48; DU12849. 

HARPEL Bill. SEE Harpel, Willis Russell. 

HARPEL, WILLIS RUSSELL. 
Doorway to your dreams, a 15-mdnute poetry- 
narration radio program with musical back- 
ground, by Bill Harpel. [Text only] 
© WiUis Russell Harpel; Ic 10ct47; DU12917 

HARPER, LOUISE BURKE TT. 
The stoker, a one -act play in two scenes; 
including music and lyrics of the song 
"Now that you love me." © Louise 
Burkett Harper; Ic 18Feb48; DU12961. 

HARRIMAN, COLBY NEVILLE. 
Child of Light, a nativity play in one act. 
© Colby N. Harriman; Ic 18May48; 
DU14722. 

HARRIS, AURAND. 

The douf^hnut hole, a new high school 
comedy in three acts. New York, S. 
French [1948]. 94 p. illus. © Samuel 
French; 16Feb48: DP13969. Prev. reg. 
"Who's who?" 21May47; D unp. 9347. 

Madam Ada, a three -act play. New York, 
S. French [1948]. 99 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 4May48; DP14651. 
Prev. reg. 16Aug46; D unp. 5244. 

The seven-league boots, a play for 
children fin one act] based on the folk 
Tale of "Hop-O'-My-Thumb." Evanston, 
111., Row, Peterson [19481. 59 p. illus. 
(A Row-Peterson play) © Row, Peter- 
son & Co.; Ijun48; DP15257. 

HARRIS, FloreUa Montague. 
Exit. DU13640. SEE Montague, Edna 
Woodruff. 

HARRIS, FRED NEYLON. 
Because I love you, a new play in a pro- 
logue and two acts. © Fred Neylon 
Harris; Ic 31Dec47; DU12510. 

HARRIS, GLADYS MAY. 
A prayer is answered, a play in three 
scenes. © Gladys May Harris; Ic 28Jan48; 
DU12623. 



HARRIS, James Aurand. 
Aurand. 



SEE Harris, 



THE HARRIS heirlooms. DU13612. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 63. 

HARRISON, Bess McCalla. SEE Harrison, 
Lydia Elizabeth (McCalla). 

HARRISON, EMMA MAE. 
The sixth position, a play in three acts. 
© Emma M. Harrison; Ic 13Apr48; 
DU13945. 

HARRISON, LYX)IA EUZABETH (McCALLA). 
The empress' secret, a play. 7 leaves. 
© Bess McCalla Harrison; Ic 5Feb48; 
DU12784. 



HARRY drew a circle. 
Ralsa ^'ary. 



DU14515. SEE Sachs, 



HART Arut;i 
Baby Hamilton. DP12318. SEE Braddell, 
Maurice. 

HART, Shirley Joyce. 
It's easy if you know how. DP15186. SEE 
GilUams, Caroline Anne. 



HARTMAN (George H.) Company. 

Jingle jackpot. DU13411. SEE Kivlan, 

Thomas. 
Most embarrassing moments. DU13410. 

SEE Collins, Robert. 

HARTMAN, PATIENCE HELEN. 
Rest upon the wind, a fantasy with music, 
in three acts. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Patience Helen 
Hartman; Ic 8Apr48; DUX 389 2. 

HARTMAN, Robert C. SEE First Nighter 
(Radio program) 

HARTMANN, Charles Irwin. 
Hellas belle. DU14448. SEE Stein, Louis 
Ronald. 

HARTWIG, Greta, pseud. SEE Manschinger, 
Margarethe. 

HARVEY, LEVERIDGE. 

The castle, a satiric comedy in three acts 
and six scenes. © Leveridge Harvey; 
Ic 23Apr48; DU14376. 

HARVEY, RAY. 
Happy hunting ground, a play in three acts. 
© Ray Harvey; Ic 12Dec47; DU12259. 

HARVEY, Wilfred, pseud. SEE Westlake, 
Wilfred. 

HASKELL, MARGUERITE ESTES. 

The promise of the cross, a pageant in a 
prologue and three parts. © Marguerite 
Estes Haskell; Ic 26Jan48; DU12568. 

HASTY, Jack. SEE Public Prosecutor 
(Television program) 

HAUFRECHT, HERBERT. 
We've come from the city, a short music- 
play. New York, Leeds Music Corp., 
C1948. 48 p. © Leeds Music Corp.; 
29Mar48- DP14042. Prev. reg. 270ct45; 
D unp. 76466. 

HAUSSAMEN, CRANE. 
The body politic, a play in three acts. 
© Crane Haussamen; Ic 19Jan48; DU12637. 

HAVE dominion. DU12404. SEE Koehring, 
Vera Louise. 

HAVE you got the time? DU15235. SEE 
Alexander, Marjorie Marie. 

HAWKES & Son (London) ltd. 
Albert Herring. DP14043. SEE Crozier, 

Eric. 
Benjamin Britten: Peter Grimes. AI-1428. 

SEE Stuart, Charles. 

HAWKINS, ERICK. 
Killer-of-Enemies, a dramatic composition, 
by Erick Hawkins and Robert Richman. 
35 leaves. © Erick Hawkins, Robert 
Richman; Ic 5Apr48; DU14087. 

HAWSE, ALBERTA. 
The scarlet ribbon, a Christmas play- 
pageant in three parts. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Entertainment House, cl947. 
22 p. (Eldridge Christmas entertainments) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
10ct47; DP13522. 

HAYES, JOSEPH ARNOLD. 

When the wind blows, a play in two acts. 
© Joseph Hayes, Marrijane Hayes; Ic 
6May48- DU14422. 

A woman s privilege. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794 

HAYES, LYNNE. 
■ Dream me another; or, The classics, so 



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help them. A musical play in two acts. 
Revised version. [Text only] © Lynne 
Hayes; Ic 22Apr48'; DU14164. 

HAYES, Marrijane. 

When the wind blows. DU14422. SEE 
Hayes, Joseph. 

A woman s privilege. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. The best 
one-act plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

HE came seeing. SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. 
One-act plays of spiritual power. DPI 5231. 



HE has lost his place. DU12420. 
Hutner, Herbert Hart. 



SEE 



HE left everything to his wife. C2541. SEE 
Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

THE HEADLESS ghost. DP15269. SEE 
Dailey, Vincent E. 

HEADLINE parade. SEE Citron, Samuel 
Joseph. 

HEADS, I wini DU12993. SEE Freybe, Carl 
Eduard. 

HEADS upl DP13733. SEE Clark, Robert 
Wayne. 

HEALTH is funny. SEE Weisman, Clara. 
The television nurse and the Gookin family. 
DU12806. 

HEALY, JOE ROBERT. 
Our new music, by the Moderns. American 
art music, by the Moderns. Tentative 
[radio] script. © Joe Healy, Jr.; Ic 
22May48; C2739. 



HEARN, Lafcadio. 
Operation Oblivion. DU13537. 
Butterfield, Walton. 



SEE 



HEART trouble. DP12090. SEE Hark, Mildred. 

HEAT Ughtning. DU13544. SEE Carroll, 
Robert Francis. 

HEATH-GRACIE, MARJORY. 
Monstrous regiment, a play in two acts, 
by Marjory Gracie. © Marjory Heath- 
Gracie; Ic 16Mar48; DU13481. 

HEAVEN and hell. DU14985. SEE Mueller- 
Deham, Albert. 

HEAVEN on earth. DU12394. SEE Trivers, 
Barry. 

HEAVENLY daze. DU14347. SEE Mooren, 
Robert Leo. 

HEAVENLY music. DU14384. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Mar. 27, 1948. 

HECKER, LAWRENCE GEORGE. 
The Club Albatross, a comedy in three acts. 
© Lawrence G. Hecker; Ic 24May48; 
DU14875. 
The ideal weapon, a play in eight scenes. 
© Lawrence G. Hecker; 15May48; 
DP14791. 

HEDDEN, BENJAMIN. 

Friendly whites, a play in three acts. 
Picnic scene and poem attached. © Ben- 
jamin Hedden; Ic 30Mar48; DU13705. 

HEDRICK, PAUL. 
The Real Fleece Garment Company. 

[Comic sales letter] © Paul Hedrick: 

Ic 13Feb48; C2551. 
We visit Hot Springs. [Duologue] 2 leaves. 

© Paul Hedrick; Ic llFeb48, DU13460. 



HEGGEN, THOMAS. 
Mister Roberts, a play in two acts, by 

Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan. 

© Thomas Heggen, Joshua Logan; 

Ic 18Mar48; DU13470. 
Mister Roberts, a play [in two acts] by 

Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan; 

with a foreword by John Mason Brown. 

New York, Random House [1948]. 162 p. 

illus. © Thomas Heggen, Joshua Logan; 

23Apr48; DP14473. 

HEGHINIAN, Edward Nazar. 
Pardon my millions. DU14642. SEE 
Sherlock, Madeleine Eisenbrandt. 

HEIBERG, HANS. 
Minnefesten, skuespill i tre akter. Oslo, 
H. Aschehoug (W. Nygaard) 1946. 135 p. 
© H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard); 
8Nov46; DP13165: / 

HEIDEMAN, LEONARD MARTIN. 
The lame and the quick, a play in three 
acts. © Leonard Heideman; Ic 
14Jun48; DU15220. 

HEIN, ELMER MURL. 
An introductory lecture on salesmanship 

in dentistry. © Elmer Murl Hein; Ic 

15Jan48; C2198. 
A lecture on salesmanship for dentistry. 

© Elmer Murl Hein; Ic 15Jan48; C2197. 

HEIR to the throne. DU13561. SEE Carroll, 
Robert Francis. 

HELEN. DU14238. SEE Morse, Leon. 

HELL wagons. DU13256. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 469. 

HELLAS beUe. DU14448. SEE Stein, Louis 
Ronald. 

HELLER, Harry. 
Vindication. DU14000. SEE Riley, Ray- 
mond James. 

HELLER, Louis Bertram. 
Vindication. DU14000. SEE Riley, Ray- 
mond James. 

HELLO, Cinderella. DU13809. SEE Berk, 
Viola G. 

HELLO, neighbor. DU13694. SEE Bogach, 
Victor John. 

HELL'S belles. DU14053. SEE Sammon, 
Patrick Francis. 

HELP wanted, female. DU13059. SEE First 
Nighter, Jan. 8, 1948. 

HELP yourself to independence. C2345. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

HELPING the hostess help you. C2324. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

HEMSING, Richard J., pseud. SEE Scofield, 
Richard J. 

HENDERSON, CHARLES HENRY. 
From then to now, a dramatic document, 
in three acts with prologue and epilogue. 
© Charles H. Henderson; Ic 5May48- 
DU14338. 
LiUie Ashton, a dramatic offering in three 
acts. © Charles Henry Henderson- Ic 
20May48; DU14822. 

HENDON George Albert. 
Governor's Mansion. DU 13882 SEE 
Edstrom, Edward Walter. 

HENNIGAN, WilUam F. 
Green Table, U. S. A. DU12840. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 



HENRIK Ibsen's "The master builder." 
DU13924. SEE Donnet, Marie. 

HENRY, Bruce L. 
Ford television short subjects. C2757. 

SEE Wilding Kcture Productions, inc. 
From feed to fame. DU12649. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

HENRY, May Creagh. SEE Creagh-Henry, 
May. 

HENRY VI. SEE Dugan, Lawrence Joseph. 
Joan La Pucelle. DU12447. 

HEPBURN, RICHARD HOUGHTON. 
Family circus; scenes from life in a 
summer cottage. A comedy in three acts 
by Dick Hepburn. © Richard H. Hepburn; 
Ic 12Mar48; DU13413. 

HER clothing is purple. DU13984. SEE 
Scott, Sari Elisabeth. 

HER demon lover. DU14512. SEE Porter, 
Stephen Winthrop. 

HER name will be Lucretia. DU12698. 
SEE McConnaughy, Hettie Grange. 

HER philosophy of love. DU13281. SEE 
Juhl, Curt. 

HER son. DU14491. SEE Petty, William 
Martin. 

HERALD, HEINZ. 

The burning bush, a play in three acts, by 
Heinz Herald and Geza Herczeg; adapted 
by Noel Langley. [Beverly Hills, Calif.] 
Shirley Collier Agency, 1947. 144 p. 
© Shirley Collier, d.b.a. Shirley Collier 
Agency; 20Jan47; DP14615. 

HERBERT, VICTOR. 
Naughty Marietta, a musical play in two 
acts. Music by Victor Herbert, book 
revision by Milton Lazarus [from the 
original by Rida Johnson Young] the new 
lyrics by Forman Brown, musical adapta- 
tion by Arthur Kay. [Text only] © Milton 
Lazarus; Ic 14Jun48; DU15234. 

HERCZEG, G€za. 
The burning bush. DP14615. SEE Herald, 
Heinz. 

HERE comes the bride. SEE 
Greene, Hazel Locke. DU 13439. 
White, Kate Alice. DP15073. 

HERE goes the groom. DP12562. SEE 
West, Margaret King. 

HE RE NDEEN, CHARLES FREDERICK. 
Hold your horses; or. His highness the 
humbug. A play in two acts by Fred 
Herendeen, based upon unrelated in- 
cidents in the life and times of P. T. 
Barnum. © Charles Frederick Herendeen- 
Ic 16Jun48; on revisions; DU15377. ' 

Prev. reg. 9Feb47; "His highness the 
humbug;'^ D7463. 

HERENDEEN, Fred. SEE Herendeen, 
Charles Frederick. 

HERE'S how. DU12427. SEE Pack, Harvey. 

HERE'S looking at you. DU12850. SEE 
Fine, Morton. 

here's to health and happiness. C2027- 
2032. SEE Welch, Rhoda. 

HERITAGE. DU13360. SEE StiegUtz, 
Perry J. 

THE HERITAGE. SEE Yale, Elsie Duncan. 
The Easter heritage. DP13568. 



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HERMAN, MILTON ABRAHAM. 

Four on a honeymoon, a comedy in three 
acts, by Milton A. Herman and Esther 
Grusetz. © Milton A. Herman, Esther 
Grusetz, copartners, d.b.a. Herman 
ii Grusetz; Ic 12Feb48; DU12885. 

HERMAN &i GRUSETZ. SEE Herman, 
Milton Abraham. 

HERNRIED, ROBERT. 
Brahms and Wagner, their artistic and 
personal relations, illustrated by 
quotations from unknown sources. 
fLecturel © Robert Hernried; Ic 26Dec47; 
C2223. 

HERODIAS. DU13034. SEE Richardson, 

Eos Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

HERRNSTADT-OETTINGEN, Edith. SEE 
Oettingen, Edith Herrnstadt. 

HERSHMAN, ROBERT R. 
The mystery of the Washington Monument, 
no. 1 in a series of lectures, "The 
Washington National Monument'.' © Robert 
R. Hershman; Ic 3May48; C2531. 

HERSHMAN-HORCH, Maria. SEE Horch, 
Maria Hershman, 

HERSTAM, NATHAN. 
What would you have done ? or. What 
would you do? [Continuity] © Nathan 
Herstam; Ic 23Apr48; €2470. 

HERTZ, ANDREW. 
No sun by day, a play in one act. © Andrew 
Hertz; Ic 30Dec47; DU12497. 

HERZMANSKY, Bernhard. SEE Doblinger, 
Ludwig (Bernhard Herzmansky). 

HETSON, FLORENCE GREEN. 
One world, a one -act comedy. © Florence 
Hetson; Ic 12Feb48; DU12882. 

HEUER, Edward I. 
The boarding house reach. DP13206. SEE 

Payton, Donald. 
Crazy but cute. DP15268. SEE French, 

Bertita. 
People are talking. DP12756. SEE 

Johnson, Albert. 
Please, my nerves 1 DP15271. SEE St. 

Clair, Robert. 

HEUER, J. Vincent. 
Fathers wife. DP15297. SEE Dias, 

Earl J. 
The headless ghost. DP15269. SEE Dailey, 

Vincent E. 
Out on a limb. DP15270. SEE Johnson, 

Albert. 
Thunderhead. DP12607. SEE Sumner, 

Mark R. 
Wilbur takes his medicine. DP15339. 

SEE Payton, Donald. 

L'HEURE exquise. DU12858. SEE Wright, 
Margaret. 

HEV/SON, ISABEL MANNING. 
The flying bed; scripts for a motion 

picture serial. © Isabel Manning 

Hewson. 

1-3. © Ic each 23Apr48; DU14170-14172. 

4. © Ic 30Apr48; DU14280. 
The secret of E ski -Mo. [Radio script] 

© Isabel Manning Hewson; Ic 23Dec47; 

DU12275. 

HEY, holiday! DU15045. SEE Hughes, 
Bertram. 

HEY kid, yer shirt's out. DU13374. SEE 
Allen, Dayton. 



HEY REUBEN. DU15079. SEE Slankard, 
Mabel Thompson. 

HEY, TeachI DU13474. SEE Boyer, 
Leonard. 

HEY, youl DU13407. SEE Dreyfuss, Alan. 

HEYTHUM, ANT6N1N. 
Poet, a ballet with an overture, six scenes 
and an optional epilog, by Antonin and 
Charlotta Heythum. Libretto, with 
suggestions for choreography and timing, 
sketches, and notes for the musical score. 
[Text only] © Antonin Heythum, Char- 
lotta Heythum; Ic 5Feb48; DU12780. 

HEYTHUM, Charlotta. 
Poet. DU12780. SEE Heythum, Antonin. 

HEYWARD, Dorothy. 
Museum piece. DU12831. SEE Lamson, 
Peggy. 

HI sign for today. C2590. SEE Bartell, 
Gerald A. 

HIDDEN guns. DU12980. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2350-1575. 

HIDDEN talent. SEE 
Huston, Jacquelin B. DU14179. 
Levy, Corinne. C2552. 

THE HIDING place. SEE Quinlan, Mary 
Eva. Plays for early teens. DP12792. 

HIGH man out. DU13069. SEE Gregory, 
Harold James. 

HIGH voltage, high interrupting capacity 
controllers with current-limiting power 
fuses. C2218. SEE Alexander, Everett 
Humphrey. 

HIGHLIGHTS and shadows of 1948. DU13579. 
SEE Gallien, Marguerite. 

THE HIGHLY intelligent mouse. DU14769. 
SEE First Nighter, Apr. 29, 1948. 

HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS TO MUSIC (Radio 
program) Episodes in this series for 
children are by various authors. © Arts 
and Artists, inc. 

And the trumpet blew down the walls of 
Jericho, by Leonard Walker, Misha Altman 
and Joachim Chassman. © Ic 26May48; 
DU14951. 

Follow the drums, by Leonard J. Walker, 
Misha Altman and Joachim Chassman. 
© Ic 15Apr48; DU14011. 

From the pampas of the Argentine to the 
halls of Montezuma, by Misha Altman, 
Joachim Chassman and Oscar Wasser- 
berger. © Ic 22Apr48; DU14159. 

Meet the woodwind family, by Leonard J. 
Walker, Misha Altman and Oscar 
Wasserberger. © Ic 4May48; DU14342. 

Melody, harmony, rhythm; by Leonard 
Walker, Misha Altman and Oscar 
Wasserberger. © Ic 3Jun48; DU15100. 

Singing across America, by Misha Altman, 
Oscar Wasserberger and Joachim 
Chassman. © Ic 26May48; DU14949. 

The soul of the orchestra, by Leonard J. 
Walker, Misha Altman and Oscar Wasser- 
berger. © Ic 26May48; DU14950. 

HIGHWAYS in melody. DU15315. SEE 
Petroleum Advisers, inc. 

HILBERT, Ruth Alice. 
It's easy if you know how. DP15186. SEE 
Gilliams, Caroline Anne. 

HILDEBRAND, FRANK HARRISON. 
Let em die, a play in three acts. © Frank 
Harrison Hildebrand; Ic 9Jun48; DU15149. 



HILDRETH, GINA DESSART. 

By any other name, a comedy in three 
acts, by Gina Dessart. © Gina Dessart 
Hildreth; Ic 23jun48; DU15302. 

HILL, Abram. 
Leo Tolstoy's Power of darljness. DU15329. 
SEE Tolstoi, Lev Nikolaevich. 

HILL, THOMAS A. 
Dream house, a play in three acts, by Tom 
HiU. © Thomas A. HiU; Ic 21Apr48; 
DU14140. 

HILLBILLY. DU15216. SEE Gregory, 
Bobby Calvin. 

HILLIARD, FRANK. 

Breakwater, a play in three acts, by Frank 

Hilliard and Peter Marcus. © Frank 

Hilliard, Peter L. Marcus; Ic 2Feb48; 

DU12838. 
Doctor's obsession, a play in three acts. 

© Frank Hilliard; Ic 21May48; on 

addition of 2 acts; DU14800. Prev. reg. 

15Dec41; D78692. 
Green eyes, a farce in three acts. © Frank 

Hilliard; Ic 5Jan48; DU12512. 

HINDEN, BENJAMIN. 
The Plumed Knight, a script in the radio 
series "Famous national conventions." 
© Barnard L. Sackett Agency; Ic 
12Apr48; DU14076. 

HINES, MARY THECLA. 
Mother of mine, a sequel to "Going my 
way." 18 leaves. © Mary Thecla 
Hines; Ic 12Feb48; DU12880. 

HINES, THELMA PAPE. 
The message of Fatima, radio adaptation. 
Material for this script was drawn 
largely from "The message of Fatima" 
by Don Sharkey. © Thelma Pape Hines; 
23Apr48; DP14524. 

HINZ, Mary Lou. 
It's easy if you know how. DP15186. SEE 
Gilliams, Caroline Anne. 

HIPPOLYTUS. DU14695. SEE RolUns, 
Leighton. 

A HIRING hall at the docks. SEE Calhoun, 
Edward Joseph. Irish confetti. DU14511. 

HIS father's wife. DU12744. SEE Emmons, 
Paul Dyer. 

HIS highness the humbug. SEE Herendeen, 
Charles Frederick. Hold your horses. 
DU15377. 

HIS partner's girl. DU14374. SEE Blaney, 
Charles Edward. 

HISTORIC ARTS ASSOCIATION. 

Extraordinary discoveries. No. 1: Lincoln 
the liberator. Television script. © Henry 
Woodhouse; Ic 9Feb48; DU12888. 

The homes of famous Americans, an 
original television program, prepared and 
documented by Henry Woodhouse. © Henry 
Woodhouse; Ic 13Feb48; DU13082. 

Pageantry of fashion, and famous queens 
of fashion; an original television or radio 
program, prepared and documented by 
Henry Woodhouse . © Henry Woodhouse; 
Ic 13Feb48; DU13083. 

Paris celebrates two thousand years of 
progress. An original program for tele- 
vision, radio, motion pictures, pageantry 
and exhibitions; prepared and documented 
by Henry Woodhouse . © Henry Woodhouse; 
Ic 12Mar48; DU13419. 

HISTORICAL hystericals. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skirts for amateurs. DP13087. 



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fflSTORY. DU15046. SEE Taylor, 
Richard Gerhart. Three sketches for 
"The Birdseye revue." 

HISTORY hung in the balance. DU14598- 
14599. SEE Armfield, Richard. 

HIT and run. SEE 
Gould, Elizabeth Hull. DU12286. 
The Green Hornet, no. 843. DU12968. 

HIT and win. DUI4068. SEE Mikula, John. 

HIT or miss. SEE 
Bennett, Donn H. C2204. 
Westheimer, Louis E. DP15105. 

HIT Parade, inc. 
Do you remember?. C2612. SEE Stern, 
Yermie. 

HIT tunes of yesterday and today. DU13063. 
SEE Sharpies, Oren Williamson. 



HITTING the headlines. DU13020. 
Youdale, Kenneth Hudson. 



SEE 



HOCHWAELDER, FRITZ. 
Der oeffentliche Anklaeger, Schauspiel in 
drei Akten. © Theaterverlag Reiss A.G.; 
Ic 27May48; DU15163. 

DIE HOCHZEIT des Figaro. DP14117, 
DP14119. SEE Mozart, Johann Chrysostom 
Wolfgang Amadeus. 

HODGE podge. C2751. SEE Stern, Alan. 

HODGKISS, WILUAM HENRY. 
Mrs. Officer Kelly, a comedy in three acts, 
by Will Hodgkiss. © William Henry 
Hodgkiss; Ic lMar48; DU13198. 

HOERL, Arthur. SEE Public Prosecutor 
(Television program) 

HOFFINE, LYLA M. 
The Swedish way, a comedy in one act. 
Madison, Wisconsin Idea Theatre, cl948. 
19 leaves. © Lyla Hoffine; 7Jan48; 
DP14476. 

HOFFMAN, HERMAN BENJAMIN. 
My brother's keeper, a play in three acts. 
A revision of "The Man nobody knows, 
a play by Herman Benjamin Hoffman and 
Thurlow Weed Hoffman. © Herman B. 
Hoffman; Ic 10Jun48; DU15156. Prev. 
reg. 19Nov42; D82704. 
Perplexed, a play in three acts. A revision 
of "The Man nobody knows," a play by 
Herman Benjamin Hoffman and Thurlow 
Weed Hoffman. © Herman Benjamin 
Hoffman; Ic 12Mar48; DU13405. Prev. 
reg. 19Nov42; D82704. 

HOFFMAN, JOHN ROGERS. 
The Emperor takes a walk; Koulanese 
operetta in two acts. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © John Rogers Hoffman; 
Ic 27Apr48; DU14360. 

HOFFMAN, Thurlow Weed. 
The Man nobody knows. SEE Hoffman, 
Herman Benjamin. 
My brother's keeper. DU15156. 
Perplexed. DU13405. 

HOGAN'S daughter. DU15238. SEE Whedon 
John Ogden. 

HOLD the line, please. DP13009. SEE 
Donnergaard, Louise. 

HOLD your horses. DU15377. SEE Herendeen 
Charles Frederick. 

HOLD your sides. DPI 5320. SEE Rasase 
Robert. ' 



HOLIDAY for a husband. DU 13627. SEE 
Young, Howard Irving. 

HOUDAYS for U. S. DU13356. SEE 
Elliot, David. 

HOLIFIELD, HAROLD DESMOND. 

Cow in the apartment, a play in four scenes. 
© Harold Holifield; Ic 27Feb48; DU13161. 

HOLLAND, William F. SEE The Firefighters 
(Radio program) 

HOLLERAN, JOHN T. 
The best seller, a one -act farce, by Jack 
Holleran. © John T. Holleran; Ic 26Nov47; 
DU12098. 

HOLUNGSWORTH, DAVID WILLS. 

Old folks at home, a play in three acts. 
© David Wills Hollingsworth, Jr.; Ic 
17May48; DU14702. 

HOLLY Hill holdup. DU 13834. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2360-1585. 

HOLLYWOOD giveaway. DU13943. SEE Wil- 
son, Alan. 

HOLLYWOOD, here I come I DPI 3365. SEE 
Seller, Conrad. 

HOLLYWOOD RECORDO-SCRIPT SERVICE. 

Cinderella, a fantasy in one act. Especially 
prepared for home recording, by Russell 
John Taylor. © Hollywood Recordo-Script 
Service; 5Jun48; DPI 5415. 

Love in the swamps, a comedy in one act. 
Especially prepared for home recording, 
by Russell John Taylor. © HoUy.vood 
Recordo-Script Service; 5Jun48; DPI 5416. 

Murder at midnight; or. Virtue triumphs 
over all. A melodrama in one act, espe- 
cially prepared for home recording, by 
Russell John Taylor. © Hollywood Recordo- 
Script Service; 5Jun48; DPI 541 7. 

HOLLYWOOD SCREEN TEST (Television pro- 
gram) 

Episodes in this series are by Lester Lewis. 
© Lester Lewis, unless otherwise in- 
dicated. 

1-2. Apr. 15, 22, 1948. © Ic each 3May48; 

DU14304-14305. 
3-6. Apr. 29, May 6, 15, 20, 1948. © Lester 

Lewis Associates; Ic each 19May48; 

DU14733-14736. 

7. May 30, 1948. © Ic 9Jun48; DU15146. 

8. June 6, 1948. © Ic 7Jun48; DU15117. 
9-11. June 13, 20, 27, 1948. © Lester Lewis 

Associates; Ic each 29Jun48; DU15411-15413. 

HOLMER, Leonore, pseud. SEE Koehler, 
Leonore Hollander. 

HOLMES, Fred L. 
The thirtieth star. DP14475. SEE Maas, 
Roger B. 

HOLMES (HARRIET) INC, 
The house of seven fables; or, The house 
that a small amount of jack built. A show 
in seven surprising scenes. © Harriet 
Holmes, inc.; Ic 26Feb48; DU14652. 

HOLMES, ROBERT MONTEITH. 
Executive clemency, a play in one act. 
© Robert M. Holmes, Jr.; Ic 19Jan48: 
DU12452. 

HOLSLAG, RUSSELL C. 
Equivalent clay, a play for sound film. 
13 leaves. © RusseU C. Holslag; Ic 
13Apr48; DU14352. 

HOLT, FELIX. 
The Lone Ranger. SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 



Six-gun doctor, by Felix Holt and James 
Stevenson. Audition script, no. 1. 
© James Stevenson, Felix Holt; Ic 17Feb48; 
DUX 2944. 

HOLT (Henry) and Company, inc. 
Dostoievsky's Crime and punishment. 
DP13566. SEE Ackland, Rodney. 

HOLT, JACK. 
Le lacrime di Glove, fantasia drammatica 
in tre atti. [Prima edizione]. Camerino, 
Picena, 1947. 217 p. (CoUezione della 
civetta azzurra, n. 1). "Unica traduzione 
autorizzata di Lina Linares [pseud, of 
Nicolina Bonfanti]". "Titolo dell' opera 
originale. The tears of Juppiter''. 
© Nicolina Bonfanti; 110ct47; DPI 4438. 



HOLT, PEGGY. 
The adventures of Horatio Alger; a new 
half -hour dramatic radio series. Episode 
no. 1: Paul Porter's progress. © Charles 
Michelson, inc.; Ic 28Nov47; DU12096. 

HOLTZER, Hans. 
Komtess Paulin'. DU13818. SEE Imhoff, 
Fritz. 

THE HOLY City. DP12999. SEE Bowditch, 
Nancy Douglas. 

THE HOLY man. DU14070. SEE Stock, Henry 
M. 

HOME, WILLIAM DOUGLAS. 

The Chiltern Hundreds, a play in three 
acts. © William Douglas Home; le 
18Dec47; DU 12481. 

HOME ain't so sweet. DP13503. SEE Corrie, 
Joe. 

HOME country. DU14370. SEE Aronson, 
Alvin. 

HOME for Christmas. DP13524. SEE Stone, 
James Floyd. 

THE HOME of your dreams. DU14276. SEE 
Lewis, Myron Henry. 

HOME service. DU15058. SEE Schrock, 
Margaret. Careers in home economics, no. 
5. 

HOME sweet Rome. DU12273. SEE Sarett, 
Morton R. 

HOMECOMING. DU12986. SEE Larson, 
David Jeremy. 

THE HOMEMAKERS' treasure chest. C2024, 
C2155. SEE Cox, Alphonsus Patrick. 

HOME MA KING and teaching. DU15065. SEE 
Schrock, Margaret. Careers in home 
economics, no. 2. 

HOMER, Frances. SEE Roos, Frances Homer. 

HOMER'S odd, y' see. DU12945. SEE Sammon, 
Patrick Francis. 

THE HOMES of famous Americans. DUX 3082. 
SEE Historic Arts Association. 

THE HOMESTRETCH. DU14938. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, May 17, 1948. 

HOMETOWN. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty hoUday. DPX3966. 

HOMEWARD, my love. DU14658. SEE Mac- 
Lachlan, Robert Anthony. 

HOMEWARD to glory. DUX 5106. SEE Cecil, 
Peter. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE HONEYMCX)N is over. DP13519. SEE 
Stone, James Floyd. 

HONOR bright. DPI 5153. SEE Goetz, Austin. 

HOOD, M. G. 
Pattern to love, by M. G. Hood and Arthur 
Sainer. [Continuity] © Arthur Sainer, 
William Hood; Ic 3Feb48; DU12727. 

HOOD, William. 
Pattern to love. DU12727. SEE Hood, M. G. 

HOORAY for our side. DU15219. SEE Lief, 
Max. 

HOORAY for youth. DP12564. SEE George, 
Charles. 

HOOT Nanny. DU14005. SEE WilUams, 
Joseph Leon. 

HOOVER Company. 

AU-American choice. C2672. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
A date, with a sale. C2673. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
DoUars after dark. C2674. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
The greater '48 contest. C2351. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
The other fellow. C2675. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 

HOP -O' -My -Thumb. SEE Harris, Aurand. 
The seven-league boots. DPI 5257. 

HOPE, Edward, pseud. SEE Coffey, Edward 
Hope. 

HOPE, S. T., pseud. SEE Friese, Ernst. 

HOPE makes a caU. DU14361 -14363. SEE 
Uren, Bertram Thomas. 

HOPPER, Harold. 
Musical bingo. DU15202. SEE Whittinghill, 
Dick. 

HOPPES, EMMA DREHER. 
The Christmas candle wish, a play in 
three scenes. © Emma Dreher Hoppes; 
Ic 25Feb48; DU13141. 

HORATIO Alger's journal. DU12812. SEE 
Braun, Ruth. 

HORATIO'S penny. DU 12270. SEE Stein, 
Leon Jack. 

HORCH, Maria Hershman. 
This is our play. DU14660. SEE Sangster, 
Margaret Elizabeth. 

HORINE, CHARLES EDWIN. 
Fire sale, a farce comedy in three acts, 
by Chuck Horner [pseud.] and Hank Miles 
[pseud.] © Charles Edwin Horine, 
Preston Henry Miles, Jr.; Ic 10Feb48; 
DU 12844. 

HORN AND HARDART CHILDREN'S HOUR 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Alicp V. 
Clements. © Clements Co., inc. 

Nov. 23, 1947. © Ic 28Nov47; C2023. 
Dec. 21, 28, 1947. © Ic each 31Dec47; 

C1982-1983 
Jan. 4, 11, 18,' 1948. © Ic each 21Jaii48; 

C2012-2014. 
Jan. 25, 1948.' © Ic 28Jan48; C2060. 
Feb. 1, 1948. © Ic 4Feb48; C2137. 
Feb. 8, 1948. © Ic 10Feb48; C2159. 
Feb. 15, 1948. © Ic 18Feb48; C2175. 
Feb. 22, 1948. © Ic 24Feb48; C2188. 
Feb. 29, 1948. © Ic 2Mar48; C2246. 
Mar. 7, 1948. © Ic 10Mar48; C2275. 
Mar. 14, 21, 1948. © Ic each 23Mar48; 

C2312-2313. 



Mar. 28, 1948. © Ic 30Mar48; C2321. 
Apr. 4, 1948. © Ic 8Apr48; C2412. 
Apr. 11, 1948. © Ic 13Apr48; C2431. 
Apr. 18, 1948. © Ic 21Apr48; C2468. 
Apr. 25, 1948. © Ic 28Apr48; C2524. 

HORNE, KENNETH. 
Fools rush in, a comedy in three acts. 
London,^S. French [1947]. 112 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 641) © Samuel 
French, ltd.; lNov47; DP12121. 

THE HORNED Devil of Vermont. DU12797. 
SEE Fellows, Douglas Merritt. 

HORNER, Chuck, pseud. SEE Horine, 
Charles Edwin. 

THE HORNET bats for a pitcher. DU15222 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 861. 

THE HOROSCOPE show. DU 13664. SEE 
Simpson, Helen Daisy. 

HOROWITZ, ISAC. 
The refugee, a play for children. 9 leaves. 
© Isac Horowitz; Ic llFeb48; DU12855. 

HORSE of a different color. DU13045 SEE 
First Nighter, Dec. 6, 1947. 

HORSE opera. DU12558. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

HORSESENSE. DU13595. SEE Surprise, Al 

N. 

HORTON, ANDREW W. 

Yomoydon, a musical comedy in three acts. 
Story and music by Andrew Horton, lyrics 
and scenic effects by Peter Garno. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Andrew 
W. Horton, Peter J. Garno; Ic 22Tan48: 
DU12889. 

THE HOSPITAL, symphonic suite. C2454. 
SEE Kaufman, Schima. 

HOTCHNER, ARAN EDWIN. 
The magic of Limping John, a play in three 
acts. © Aran Edwin Hotchner; Ic llMav48- 
DU14507. 

HOTPOINT, inc. 
Everything under control. DU12647. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Managed marketing. DU12648. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

HOUGH, MARSHALL I. 
Marshall musical portraits. A lecture. 
© Marshall I. Hough; Ic 14May48; C2586. 

HOUK, ROBERT VAN AKEN. 
As long as you live, a comedy in three acts. 
© Robert Van Aken Houk; Ic 10May48; 
DU14469. 

A HOUND-dog man. DU14741. SEE Reader's 
Digest— Radio Edition, no. 114. 

THE HOUNDS of the Baskerville bite back. 
SEE Kobin, Robert. The private life of 
Sherlock Holmes. DU14096. 

HOUPY^ LILUAN MARIE. 
Maruska (Marushka), dfvadlo o trech 
Jednanich. © Lillian Marie Houpy; Ic 
22Jan48; DU12701. 

THE HOUR OF OPERATIC CHARM (Radio pro- 
gram) Recording scripts in this series are 
by Curt Juhl. [^Text only] © Magnetic Re- 
cording Sound Libraries, inc. 

La Boheme, adapted from the opera by 
Giacomo Puccini. © Ic 30Jan48; DU12654. 



Cavalleria rusticana, adapted from the 
opera by Pietro Mascagni. © Ic 3Mar48; 
DU13283. 

La Tosca, adapted from the opera by 
Giacomo Puccini. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13282. 

THE HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. 

The awakening, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12714. 
Brother Bart, by Veronica O'Hara. © The 

Hour of St. Francis; Ic 24May48; DU14969. 
Brother Basil, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12715. 
Brother to the world, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 26Jan48; DU1270E. 
Cleanliness is next to godliness, by Bob 

Larson. © The Hour of St. Francis; 

Ic 24May48; DU14970. 
Cops or robbers, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 30Jan48; 

DU12865. 
Dear Billy, by James Griffin Jay. © The 

Hour of St. Francis; Ic 24May48; DU14963. 
The divine romance, by James Griffin Jay. 

© The Hour of St. Francis; Ic 24May48; 

DU14964. 
The everlasting trial, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 3May48; DU14323. 
Finders keepers, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 3May48; 

DU14327. 
God and OUver Gray, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

lc^26Jan48; DU12572. 
God's Uttle stick, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12710. 
I met a miracle, by James Griffin Jay. © The 

Hour of St. Francis; Ic 24May48; DU14965. 
Maggy, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. © 

Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 3May48; 

DU14322. 
Marriage can work, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12702. 
Matt Talbot, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 30Jan48; 

DU12864. 
Money in the bank, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

£) Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 4May48, 

DU14349. 
Nobody walks alone, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 3May48; 

DU14326. 
Obedience, by Veronica O'Hara. © The Hour 

of St. Francis; Ic 24May48; DU14968. 
Our Lady of the Americas, by Juanita 

Teresa Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 24May48; DU14976. 
Our Lady s juggler, 1948. By Fred Niblo, 

Jr. © Fred Niblo, Jr.; Ic 26Jan48; DU13328. 
Out of the depths, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 3May48; 

DU14330. 
The passing, by Bob Larson. © The Hour of 

St. Francis; Ic 24May48; DU14975. 
The pay-off, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12706. 
The perfect joy, by Veronica O'Hara. © The 

Hour of St. Francis; Ic 24May48; DU14967. 
Poor man's gold, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12708. 
The power of coincidence, by Fred Niblo, 

Jr. © Fred Niblo, Jr.; Ic 24May48; 

DU14971. 
Prayer is faith on its knees, by Juanita 

Teresa Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 26Jan48; DU12704. 
Promise me tomorrow, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 3May48; DU14329. 



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The quarrelsome leper, by Bob Larson. 

© The Hour of St. Francis; Ic 24May48; 

DU14966. 
Rich man, poor man, beggar man; by 

Juanita Teresa Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; DU12703. 
St. Francis and the Sultan, by Juanita 

Teresa Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 26Jan48; DU12711. 
St. Francis finds the way, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 

26Jan48; DU12709. 
St. Francis takes a walk, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 3May48; DU14321. 
Song of the city, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 4May48; 

DU14351. 
Song to the sun, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12707. 
The story of Clement, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 26Jan48; DU12712. 
These foolish things, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 

3May48; DU14328. 
They never told me, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 

3May48; DU14324. 
Trouble with the union, by Fred Niblo, Jr. 

© Fred Niblo, Jr.; Ic 24May48; DU14973. 
Two minutes to midnight, by Fred Niblo, 

Jr. © Fred Niblo, Jr.; Ic 24May48; 

DU14974. 
Uncle Pete on public opinion, by Juanita 

Teresa Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan; Ic 4May48; DU14350. 
The vagrant, by Fred Niblo, Jr. © Fred 

Niblo, Jr.; Ic 24May48; DU14977. 
Visit to earth, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Juanita Teresa Vaughan; Ic 3May48; 

DU14325. 
The way of success, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Juanita Teresa Vaughan; 

Ic 26Jan48; DU12713. 
The wolf of Gubbio, by Fred Niblo, Jr. 

© Fred Niblo, Jr.; Ic 24May48; DU14972. 

HOUSE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 
The colonel stays in bed, a romantic and 
serio-comic melodrama in two parts. 
© Frederick William House; Ic 20Feb48; 
DU13121. 

HOUSE, L. MARGUERITTE. 

A masquerade in Vienna, an operetta in 
two acts; an adaptation of "Die Fleder- 
maus," by Joh. Strauss. © L. Margueritte 
House; Ic 2Jan48; DU12527. 

Sliding down a moonbeam; an operetta for 
the intermediate grades, in two acts, for 
stage or radio. © L. Margueritte House; 
Ic 2Jan48; DU12502. 

THE HOUSE at Grand Halleaux. DU14691. 
SEE Klausner, Oliver. 

THE HOUSE in the desert. DU12200. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 147. 

THE HOUSE of cards. DU12523. SEE Dace, 
Edwin Wallace. 

HOUSE of dust. DU13699. SEE Merlin, Frank. 

THE HOUSE of seven fables. DU14652. SEE 
Holmes (narriet) inc. 

THE HOUSE of the world. DU12372. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Dec. 27, 1947. 

THE HOUSE on Flamingo Drive. DUX 3239. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 177. 

THE HOUSE that a small amount of jack built. 
SEE Holmes (Harriet) inc. The house of 
seven fables. DU14652. 



THE HOUSE that death built. DU 13211. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 321. 

THE HOUSE that Jack built. DU15207. SEE 
Blanck, Ninette Emma. 

A HOUSE to Uve in. DU12682. SEE McGuire, 
Marion Agnes. 

HOW do you doodle? C2245. SEE Gnagy, 
Jon Harvey. 

HOW I began learning French. DU14084. 
SEE Pervy, Adolphe. 

HOW is it you missed this discovery? 
C2270. SEE Ferguson, William Irvin. 

HOW to beautify your windows. DU14224. 
SEE Ludlum, Stuart D. 

HOW to dress and furnish your home the 
thrifty way. C2766. SEE Cowles, Sophia 
Esther Delavan. 

HOW to handle a grievance. C2629. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management confer- 
ence: Group relations, 14th day. 

HOW to overcome fear and worry. C2031. 
SEE Welch, Rhoda. Here's to health and 
happiness. 

HOW to sell more shoes. C2654. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

HOW to seU Quink. C2144. SEE Lewis 
(Frank) inc. 

HOW to sell the world's most -wanted pen. 
C2142. SEE Lewis (Frank) inc. 

HOW you talkl C2146. SEE Lewis (Frank) 
inc. 

HOWARD, BERNARD. 

Cash or carry, by Bernard Howard and 
Stanley Vainrib. [Radio script] © Bernard 
Howard, Stanley Vainrib; Ic 28jun48; 
DU15364. 

HOWARD, MARION. 
Judge not; drama in one act. Boston, Baker's 
Plays [19481. 26 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 30Jan48; 
DP12998. 

HOWE, QUINCY. 
Frontiers of science; Feb. 3, 1948. [Radio 
script] © Columbia Broadcasting System, 
inc.; Ic 4Mar48; C2251. 

HOWE, TALBOT. 
The action of the body controlled by the 
respiration center, and the laryngeal 
action in phonation controlled by the 
phonation center, and the reflex coordi- 
nation of these two centers. [Lecture] 
© Talbot Howe; Ic 9Feb48; C2157. 

HOWELL, Elizabeth. 
Straight furrow. DP14781. SEE Benson, 
Hilda. 

HOYT, Vernon C. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

HRATKY s certem. DP13ia4. SEE Drda, 
Jan. 

HUDHNS, PAUL DICKINSON. 

New terms for mathematics, poetry and 
literature. 1 leaf. © Paiil Dickinson 
Hudkins; Ic 8Jun48; C2740. 

HUGH Royden. DU12360. SEE Waley, Marie. 
Sock and buskin. 

HUGHES, BERTRAM. 



Hey, holiday! A musical comedy in two 
acts and sixteen scenes, by Bert Hughes 
and Al Moritz. Music and lyrics by Al 
Moritz. [Text only] © Al Moritz; Ic 
llMay48; DU15045. 

HUGHES, DAVID COLSON. 
The new kid, a musical fantasy in three 
scenes. [Text only! © David Colson 
Hughes; Ic 17Mar48; DU13621. 

HUGHES, ELIZABETH WILSON. 

Frankie and Albert. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

Rise of her bloom; libretto for a chamber 
opera, in one act. © Elizabeth Wilson 
Hughes; Ic 6Feb48; DU12825. 

HUGHES, HAROLD FRED. 
This is amateur night. Text of address. 

© Harold Fred Hughes; Ic 12Apr48; 

C2426. 
This is originality night. Text of address. 

© Harold Fred Hughes; Ic 9Apr48; C2428. 
This is prize night. Text of address. 

© Harold Fred Hughes; Ic 9Apr48; C2427. 
This is quiz night. Text of address. 

© Harold Fred Hughes; Ic 8Apr48; C2421. 



HUGHES, Langston. 
Street scene. DP14044. 



SEE Rice, Elmer. 



HUGHES, Russell. 

The admiral who had no name. DU13717. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 539. 

The conscience of Black Dan' 1. DU13715. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 
550. 

Mr. Lincoln goes to the play. DU13714. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 554. 

Thunder on the Hudson. DU15246. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 566. 

Village doctor. DU15247. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 567. 

HUGHES, WILLIAM JOSEPH. 
The Kibitzer Club of America proudly 

presents the Kibitzer. [Continuity] 

© William J. Hughes; Ic lMar48; DU13169. 
Sunday evening with the Vandercooks. 

[Rado script] © William J. Hughes; Ic 

12Jan48; DUlS719. 

HUGO, STELLA LYNOTT. 
Spurs and spats, a play in three acts, by 
Foster Lynn [pseud.] © Stella Lynott 
Hugo; Ic 15Apr48; DU14007. 

THE HUM of death. DU13252. SEE The Sheriff, 
no. 172. 

THE HUMAN adventure. DU12154. SEE 
Kelley, Dennis. 

HUMAN relations. SEE Maynard, Harold 
Bright. Management conference: Human 
relations. 

HUMAN relations in supervision. C2224-2226. 
SEE Bruner, Earle Clarence. 

HUMMERT, Anne. 
Mr. Chameleon. DU15200. SEE Hummert, 
Frank. 

HUMMERT, FRANK. 
Mr. Chameleon, a radio program. Con- 
tinuity no. 1, July 14, 1948. Title and 
original story line by Frank and Anne 
Hummert; dialogue by Marie Baumer. 
© Frank Hummert, Anne Hummert; Ic 
14Jun48;DU15200. 

HUMOR. C2432. SEE Rogoff, Elias M. 
Humorology, no. 1. 

HUMOROLOGY. C2432-2436. SEE Rogoff, 

Elias M. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE HUMP. SEE Woodworth, Myron Gale. 
Torch of the middle spaces. DU13900. 

THE HUNGER within. DU14148. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. .64. 

HUNT, MRS. CECIL SLOAT. 

Columbo, a radio script, based on "The 
reason why Columbus sailed," by Albert 
B. Donworth. © Mrs. Cecil Sloat Hunt. 
Albert B. Donworth; Ic 6May48: DU14450. 

Columbus, a three -act play for cnildren, 
based on "The reason why Columbus 
sailed," by Albert B. Donworth. © Mrs. 
Cecil Sloat Hunt, Albert B. Donworth; 
Ic 6May48; DU14451. 

Columbus, a water pageant for a girls' 
or boys' camp. Based on "The reason 
why Columbus sailed," by Albert B. 
Donworth. 6 leaves. © Mrs. Cecil Sloat 
Hunt, Albert B. Donworth; Ic 6May48; 
DU14452. 

HUNTER, CHARLES BURTIS. 
"V"— day, a play in three acts. © Charles 
Burtis Hunter; Ic 3Feb48; on revisions; 
DU12739. Prev. reg. 170ct44, D90899; 
2Aug45, D94531. 

HUNTER, Kermit Houston. 
You're atomic. DU14114. SEE McDonald, 
Catherine. 



HUNTER-Douglas Corporation. 
How to beautify your windows. 
SEE Ludlum, Stuart D. 



DU14224. 



THE HUNTER. SEE 
Jones, George Chadwick. DU14851. 
The Sheriff, no. 184. DU13572. 

HURLEY, GENE. 
Gold in the streets, a comedy in three 
acts, by Gene Hurley and Walter Peters. 
© Gene Hurley, Walter Peters; Ic 
22Apr48; DU14250. 

HURRY Up Yost. DU13709. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 542. 

HUSE, Huper, pseud. SEE Albyn, Genevieve 

Nicetas. 

HUSSEY, Edward Baker. 
The sky is falling. DU12508. SEE Hussey, 

Paula. 
The swung goose. DU13541. SEE Hussey, 

Paula. 

HUSSEY, PAULA. 

The sky is falling, a play in three acts, by 
Paula and Edward Hussey. © Paula 
Hussey, Edward Hussey; Ic 19Dec47; 
DU12508. 

The swiing goose, a musical revue, by Paula 
and Edward Hussey. [Text only] © Paula 
Hussey, Edward Hussey; Ic 17Mar48; 
DU13541. 

HUSTON, JACQUELIN B. 
Hidden talent, a play by Jacquelin B. Huston 
and Franklin M. Wilbur. 16 leaves. 
© Jacquelin B. Huston, F. M. Wilbur; 
Ic 23Apr48; DU14179. 

THE HUT. DU13021. SEE Kanin, Garson. 

HUTCHENS, JOHN K. 
No dateline needed, a play in three acts, 
by John K. Hutchens and William Du 
Bois. © John K. Hutchens, WiUiam Du 
Bois; Ic 18Mar48; DUl2477. 

HUTNER, HERBERT tlART. 

Believe yourself, a one -act play. A com- 
position from Thomas Wolfe's "Look home- 
ward, angell" © Herbert Hart Hutner; 
Ic lDec47; DU12419. 

Defeat, a one -act play. © Herbert Hart 
Hutner; Ic lDec47; DU12418. 



HUTNER, HERBERT HART. 

he nas lost his place, a one-act play. 
© Herbert Hart Hutner; Ic lDec47; 
DU12420. 

HUTTON, MICHAEL CLAYTON. 

Arrangement for strings, a play in three 
acts. © Samuel Rosen; Ic 27Jan48; 
DU12620. 

Mean Street, a play in three acts. © Samuel 
Rosen; Ic 27Jan48; DU12619. 

Power without glory. Play in three acts. 
Acting edition. [New York] Dramatists 
Play Service [1948]. 74 p. illus. © Michael 
Clayton Hutton; 5Jun48- on additions 
and revisions; DP15187. Prev. reg. 
12Dec47; D unp. 11926. 

HUXLEY, ALDOUS LEONARD. 
Mortal coils, a play. From the short 
story. The Gioconda smile. New York, 
Harper [1948] 207 p. © Aldous Leonard 
Huxley; 18Feb48; A21154. 

HYER, JULIENC. 
Great lovers of history, a radio program; 
30-minute sustaining series. Episode 
no. 36: Romeo and Juliet. © Julien C. 
Hyer; lMar48; DP14227. 

HYMA, JOHN HENRY. 

Dr. D. Fine, the word surgeon. A radio 
contest program. [Sample script no. 1] 
© John Henry Hyma; Ic 26Dec47; C2378. 

Dr. D. Fine, the word surgeon. A radio 
contest program. [Sample script no. 2] 
© John Henry Hyma; Ic 26Dec47; C2452. 

HYMEN, IRA EDWIN. 
So wrote Nostradamus, a radio program. 
© Ira E. Hymen; Ic 24Feb48; DU13064. 

HYMSON, Alfred. 
About face. DU13666. SEE Hymson, Shirley. 

HYMSON, SHIRLEY. 

About face, a comedy in three acts, by 
Shirley Hymson, Alfred Hymson and Ralph 
Raiken. © Shirley Hymson, Alfred Hymson, 
Ralph Raiken; Ic 9Mar48; DU13666. 

In walked Mary, a drama in three acts. 
© Shirley Hymson; Ic 12Dec47; DU12213. 



I have been a good boy. DU14213. SEE The 
Casebook of Dr. Conrad, Criminologist, 
no. 3. 

I have news for youl DU14802. SEE Duggan, 
Libbie Block. 

IlayinZion. DP13971. SEE Gibson, 
William. 

I love you again. DU13895. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Mar. 29, 1948. 

I love you twice. DU15099. SEE Xanthopoulo, 
Panayotis Achilles. 

I married two men. DU13635. SEE Sylvaine, 
Vernon. 

I met a miracle. DU14965. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

I remember, I remember. SEE Stern, Yermie. 
Do you remember? C2612. 

I take this love. DU13785. SEE Landry, Wini- 
fred Arendtz. 

I was a drunkard. C2391. SEE Williams, Robert 
John. 

I was a male war bride. DU13231. SEE Reader's 
Digest— Radio Edition, no. 102. 

I weep for you. DU14085. SEE Reynolds, Earle 



lANNELLI, ROSARIO ROWE. 
Teenster champions; quiz show for teenster 
organizations. [Script for recorded pro- 
gram] © Rosario (Rowe) lannelii; Ic 
16Mar48; C2381. 

IBN-SAHAV, Ari. 
Shylock and his daughter. DP12153. SEE 
Schwartz, Maurice. 

IBSEN, Henrik. 
The master builder. SEE Donnet, Marie. 
Henrik Ibsen's "The master builder." 
DU13924. 

AN IDEA. C2713. SEE Byng, Edward John 
Jefferson. 

AN IDEAL candidate. DU15305. SEE Lewis, 
Irwin. 

THE IDEAL weapon. DP14791. SEE Hecker, 
Lawrence G. 

IDENTIFYING individual differences. C2636. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Human relations, 3rd day. 

IF a body finds a body. DU15295. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2405-1630. 

IF I had two loaves. DU12475. SEE Pincus, 
Abraham. 

THE IF song. SEE Quinto, Eleanor Marie 
Bear. The lady said "no." DU12577. 

IF we do meet again. DU14309. SEE Jones, 
John Llewellyn. 

IF you have faith. DU14842. SEE The Great- 
est Story Ever Told, no. 70. 

IF you knew Susie 1 DP13520. SEE Stone, 
James Floyd. 

IGO, HAROLD. 
The golden crow, a play in three acts and 
eight scenes. © Harold Igo; Ic lMar48; 
DU13197. 

ILGOOD, Ves, pseud. SEE Hall, Dorothy. 

I'LL fix it. SEE Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 
Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. 

I'LL meet you in the park at eight. SEE 
Latimer, Dorothy. A Piccadilly daffodil. 
DP13507. 

I'll never leave you. DU13055. SEE First 
Nighter, Dec. 13, 1947. 

I'll see you. DU13352. SEE Waller, Syde. 

I'll take L. A. DU14183. SEE Miller, William 
Seymour. 

ILLINOIS Bell Telephone Company. 
Sal, the switchboard gal. C2676. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

I'm having my portrait painted. SEE Latimer, 
Dorothy. A Piccadilly daffodil. DP13507. 

IMHOFF, FRITZ. 
Komtess' Paulin'. Operette in vier Bildern, 
von Fritz Imhoff und Hans Holtzer. Musik 
von Emil Berte. [Text only]^ © Fritz 
Imhoff, Hans Holtzer, Emil Bert^; Ic 
30Oct47; DU13818. 

THE IMMORTALS. DU13094, DU13409. SEE 
Nirska, Mir a. 

IMMORTELLE. SEE 

Clift, Denison. DU15397. 
Johnson, PhiUp. DP12772. 



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THE IMPOSSIBLE crimes. DU13616. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 67. 

AN IMPROBABLE episode. DP12118. SEE 
Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 

IN a maternity ward. DU13453. SEE Garrett, 
Mary Virginia. 

IN balance. DU15332. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

IN Christmas Carol Land. DP12997. SEE 
Dykes-Beachy, E. B. 

IN daze of olde. DP13511. SEE Sutton, Vanita. 

IN diesem Zeichen wirst du siegen. DU12504. 
SEE Brunner, Hans. 

IN-laws out. DP13367. SEE Walsh, Frederick 
G. 

IN loving memory. SEE 
Silver, Milton. DU13346. 
Walsh, James M. Six characters for an 
actress. DP13498. 

IN 1933. DU12640. SEE Faller, James. 

IN old Green Bay. DU12833. SEE Gard, Robert 

E; 

IN old Mexico. SEE Mayo, Ruth Roloff . Be- 
hind castle walls. DP13387. 

IN reliquum tempus. DU12859. SEE Folgner, 
Arthur Maxwell. 

IN strangers' gardens. DU15008. SEE Nelson, 
Virginia Armistead. 

IN the clover. DU14001. SEE FUnk, Stanley 
Edgar. 

IN the place of others. DU12895. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 55. 

IN the summer house. DU14721. SEE Bowles, 
Jane Auer. 

IN the truck spotlight for '48. C2661. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

IN this house. DU12453. SEE Curry, John Robei 

IN times like these. DU12854. SEE Carver, 
Ada Jack. 

IN walked Mary. DU12213. SEE Hymson, 
Shirley. 

INCIDENTALLY yours. DU15049. SEE Byron, 
Paul. 

THE INCONCEIVABLE war. DU12097. SEE 
White, Kenneth. 

THE INCREDIBLE story of how a former Con- 
federate officer succeeded in photographing 
President Lincoln before Appomattox. SEE 
Davis, Lillian Bassett. An account of the 
only unpublished photograph of Abraham 
Lincoln known to be in existence. C2274 

INDIAN giver. DU13578. SEE Sabinson, Har- 
vey Barnett. 

INDIVIDUAL motivation for training. C2649. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Human relations, 20th day. 

INDIVIDUAL temperamental motivations. 
C2634. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 
Management coirference: Human relations, 
19th day. 

INDUSTRIAL Rayon Corporation. 
Rolling on rayon. C2749. SEE Perlman, 
EUis Sherman. 



INFANTILE paralysis or poliomyelitis. 
C2728. SEE Warren, Nellie B. (McNitt). 

INFORMATION PLEASE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Dan Golenpaul. 
© Dan Golenpaul. 

6-12. Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 

12, 1947. © Ic each 16Dec47; C1989- 

1995 
13-20.' Dec. 19, 26, 1947; Jan. 2, 9, 16, 

23, 30, Feb. 6, 1948. © Ic each 18Feb48; 

C2178-2185. 
21-28. Feb. 13, 20, 27, Mar. 5, 12, 19, 

26, Apr. 2, 1948. © Ic each 6Apr48: 

C2398-2405. 

THE INN of the Adventurous Guests. DU12330. 
SEE Butcher, John Robert. 

THE INNER shrine. DU13078. SEE Quinto, 
Eleanor Marie Bear. 

INNOCENT BYSTANDER? (Radio program) 
Scripts 1-3 in this series are by Jack 
Hammerschmidt and Abraham Frederick 
Citron. © Metropolitan Council, Young 
Men's & Women's Division of the American 
Jewish Congress; 18May48; DPI 4954- 
14956. 

INQUIRING recorder. DU15262. SEE Berk, 
Roger G. 

INSIDE story. DU12815. SEE Duncan, 
Phi line. 

INSIDE the wall. DU15115. SEE Ling, Eugene. 

INSTRUCTIONS, information, questions, 
answers and tie breakers. For Volume 2, 
no. 63, etc. C2457. SEE Bank of Knowledge, 
inc. 

INSURANCE. C2066. SEE Albert, Harry. 

INSURED highways. C2726. SEE Sharp, 
Phyllis Margaret. 

INTELLIGENCE, ltd. C2501. SEE Bishir, 
Jane. 

INTERLUDE. SEE 

Carroll, Paul Vincent. DP12771. 
Folgner, Arthur Maxwell. DU13813. 

INTERMEZZO. DU14078. SEE Giraudoux, 
Jean. 

INTESTATE Act of 1917. C2213. SEE Spencer, 
Albert E. 

INTRIGUE. DU14937. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, May 10, 1948. 

INTRODUCTION. C2580. SEE Rogoff, Elias 
M. Gagology, no. 1. 

INTRODUCTION to castle. DU12540. SEE 
The Mystery Castle, no. 6. 

INTRODUCTION to home economics. DU15064. 
SEE Schrock, Margaret. Careers in home 
economics, no. 1. 

INTRODUCTION to individual differences. 
C2635. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Manage- 
ment conference: Human relations, 2nd 
day. 

INTRODUCTION to luck. DU12220. SEE Joan - 
nopoulos, Dimitris. 

AN INTRODUCTORY lecture on salesmanship 
in dentistry. C2198. SEE Hein, Elmer 
Murl. 

INVESTMENT in youth. DU14749. SEE Tvler 
Mattie Richards. ' 



INVITATION to dine. DU13081. SEE Frank, 
Stanley Newton. 

INVITATION to doubt. DU13080. SEE Snapp, 
Pauline Williams. 

IRISH confetti. DU14511, DU14929. SEE Cal- 
houn, Edward Joseph. 

IRISH eyes are smiling. DU13751. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Mar. 15, 1948. 

IRISH hoUday. DU14368. SEE Aronson, Alvin. 

THE IRREPRESSIBLE Mr. KeUy. DU14100. 
SEE Cruger, Paul. 

IRWIN, David D. 
Wee worship. DU12671. SEE Lang, Leslie 
William. 

IRWINE, Irene, pseud. SEE Cohen, Irene F. 

IS it a trick? DU13323, DU14681. SEE Tuthill, 
Daniel Sturges. 

IS my face red? C2156. SEE Chessler, 
Maurice. 

IS there a doctor in the house? SEE Sekula, 
PhyUis Marie. Operation P.M. DU14461. 

IS this fair? DU14727. SEE Klincke, Walter 
H. 

IS this your story? DU12156. SEE Jay, Verne. 

IS universal military training necessary? SEE 
Sulds, Irvin Paul. The Court of Public 
Opinion. DU12884. 

ISABELLE aux chimeres. DP14048. SEE 
Falmagne, Marcel. 

ISEULT. DU13891. SEE Dawson, James Baxter. 

ISIDORE Cohen, American citizen. DU12492. 
SEE Marvin, Julie. 

L'ISOLA delle Femine. DU12274. SEE Bel- 
fiore, Sebastiano Camillo. 

ISRAEL leaves Egypt. DU12189. SEE The 
Children's Chapel, no. 27. 

IT all began. DU15276. SEE Colodzin, Robert 
S. 

IT depends what you mean. DP14503. SEE 
Mavor, Osborne Henry. 

IT is high time to clean our own national house 
of politicians in Washington, D.C. C2561. 
SEE Rose, Earle C. 

IT works Uke magic. DU12454, DU14508. SEE 
Burger, Joseph. 

IT'S abetl DU14487. SEE Temple, Norman. 

IT'S a breeze. DU14356. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

IT'S a deal. C2338. SEE Handy (Jam) Organ- 
ization, inc. 

IT'S a great day. DU14371. SEE Rothschild, 
John Edward. 

it's a hit. DP15074. SEE Sievers, David 
Wieder. 

it's all clear by Cohen. DU14036. SEE Allen, 
Dayton. 

it's an ill wind. SEE Farjeon, Joseph Jefferson. 
Benologues. DP13502. 

it's easy if you know how. DP15186. SEE 
GilUams, Caroline Anne. 



55 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



IT'S fun to be neat. DU15349. SEE Winant, 
Sylvia. 

it's my love. DU14666. SEE Byrne, John J. 

it's so complex. DP12089. SEE Hark, 
Mildred. 

it's the berries. DU14083. SEE Phipps, 
Daisy B. 

it's your business tool C2041. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 



J.H.S, Club. SEE Blair, James E. Contest 
for children. C2420. 

LESJ-Trois. SEE Gerstad, John Leif. An 
apple for Mam'selle. DU13637. 

JACK and the beanstalk. DU14758. SEE Let's 
Pretend, May 22, 1948. 

JACK Benny show. DU15319. SEE Kulonda, 
Joseph Philip. 

THE JACK pot. SEE 
KoUer, H. W. DU13899. 
Mills, Carley. DU15250. 

JACKIE sees a diplomat. DP15032. SEE 
Citron, Samuel Joseph. Headline parade, 
V. 2, no. 5. 

JACKSON, CLIFFORD HUNTLEY. 
The pensioners, a comedy-drama in three 
acts. © Clifford Huntley Jackson; Ic 
15Jan48; DU12890. 

JACKSON, JOHN MARION. 

V-E Americana, a choral tragedy with 
preface, by Marion Jackson. [104 leaves. 
Text only! © John Marion Jackson; Ic 
24Dec47; DU12431. 

V-E Americana. A trilogy of choral tragedy 
texts. Contents. — 1. V-E Americana. 
—2. V-D Americana. — 3. V-I Amer- 
icana. Revised version. © John Marion 
Jackson; Ic 26May48; DU15050. 

JACKSON, Marion. SEE Jackson, John Marion. 

JACKSON, MARTIN HENRY. 
The lost inheritance. [Continuity] © Martin 
H. Jackson; Ic 2Mar48; DU13233. 

JACOB returns to Canaan. B5-3530. SEE 
Sawyer, Reuben Herbert. 

JACOBS, JACK. 
Freedom 1948, a play in one act. © Jack 
Jacobs; Ic 18May48; DU14775. 

JACOBS, RALPH H. 
The sporting eye, a television program. 
Script no. 1, by Ralph H. Jacobs and 
Arthur M. Ross. © Ralph Powers Pro- 
ductions; Ic 29Jan48; C2152. 

JACOBSON, OTTO. 
Saat und Mahd, Volksstiick in einem Vorspiel 
und siebzehn Bildern, von Jakob Anderer 
[pseud.] Nach Fritz Reuters Roman, "Ut 
mine Stromtid." © Otto Jacobson; Ic 
7Apr48; DU14216. 

JACOBSON, PERCY. 
Ridiculous and sublime, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 38 p. 
(Baker s royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 22Mar48;DP13761. 

JAFFE, ELI. 
Boom I A new folk play in three acts, based 
on an vuipubUshed novel by Dan Garrison. 
© EU Jaffe; Ic 20Jan48; DU12636. 



JAGENDORF, Moritz Adolf. 

The cut-throat. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty hoUday. DP13966. 

JAM Handy Organization, inc. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

JAMES, Henry. 
The Bostonians. SEE EvsUn, Bernard 

David. Chastity Street. DU14933. 
The turn of the screw and The Aspern 

papers. DU14704-14705. SEE Turpin, 

Allan R. 

JAMESON, Margaret Louise. 
Precious bane. DU14505. SEE Fish, Helen 
Dean. 



JANDA, GEORGE. 
The final decision. Radio script. 
Janda; Ic 2Feb48; DU12672. 



© George 



JANES, HURFORD. 
Gin palace, a play in three acts. London, 
S. French [1947]. 107 p. illus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 383) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 31Dec47; DP12774. 

LE JARDINIER de Samos. DP14049. SEE 
Vildrac, Charles. 

JASON, Clay. 
Florodora. DU14596. SEE Orman, Max. 

JASPER, Leonora. 
Vantage ground. DU13989. SEE Perks, 
Max. 

JAY, James Griffin. SEE The Hour of St. 
Francis (Radio program) 

JAY, VERNE. 
Is this your story? Script no. 4, Nov. 16, 
1947. © Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; 
Ic 24Nov47; DU12156. 

JAYWALKING with Johnny. DU12326. SEE 
Smith, John Joseph. 

JELLIFF, CLARA MARSTON. 
The dazzler, a play in three acts. Los 
Angeles, Wetzel Pub. Co., inc. 101 p. 
© Clara Marston JeUiff; 23Dec47; 
AA 72255. 

JEMIMA. DU13042. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

JENKINS, HARRY. 
Poppy, a comedy of ancient morals, in three 
acts. © Harry Jenkins; Ic 12Jan48; 
DU12439. ' 

JENKINS, MARGUERITE DE LORIMIER. 
Happy New Year! A drama in three acts, 
by Marguerite de Lorimier. © Marguerite 
de Lorimier Jenkins; Ic 9Feb48; DU12820. 

JENKINS, VIRGINIA. 
My home-town girl, a comedy in three acts. 
Minneapolis, T. S. Denison [1948]. 95 p. 
illus. (Denison' s royalty plays) © T. S. 
Denison & Co.; 16Jan48; DP12938. 

JENNIFER'S fancy. DU14427. SEE Lee, 
Virgil Jackson. 

JENNINGS, GERTRUDE E. 
Aladdin's cave, a pantomime in two acts. 
London, S. French [1947]. 53 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 365) © S . ;uel 
French, ltd.; 280ct47; DP12113. 

JENNY kissed me. DU12365. SEE Kerr, Jean 
Collins. 

JENSEN, EILEEN STITH. 

Campaign summer, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Eileen 



Jensen and Edward Cowan; music by 
Eileen Jensen and Edward Cowan with 
Patricia Steinsberger. [Text only] 
© Eileen Stith Jensen; Patricia Ruth 
Steinsberger; Edward Malott Cowan; 
Ic 15Dec47; DU15318. 

JEREMY, Rebecca D. SEE Up and Down the 
Scales (Radio program) 

JERRY -built. DU14051. SEE Bloom, Ger- 
trude. 

JESSOP, CHARLES A. 

Cash for caps, a five -minute radio program. 
Scripts A and B. © Julius Darsky; Ic each 
7Apr48; C2413-2414. 

JETHRO'S suggestions. DU12194. SEE The 
Children's Chapel, no. 32. 

JEWISH Education Committee of New York, 
inc. 
Headline parade. SEE Citron, Samuel 

Joseph. 
The little people. AA81989. SEE Citron, 

Samuel Joseph. 

THE JEWISH soldier. DU13277. SEE Lumet, 
Baruch. 

A JEWISH state. DP15034. SEE Citron, 

Samuel Joseph. Headline parade, v. 2, no. 7. 

JEWISH Theological Seminary of America. 
SEE The Eternal Light (Radio program) 

JINGLE jackpot. DU13411. SEE Kivlan, 
Thomas. 

JINGO Jo. DU14285. SEE Eyre, Laurence. 

JINXED. DP13979. SEE Mosel, George. 

JOAN La Pucelle. DU12447. SEE Dugan, 
Lawrence Joseph. 

JOANNOPOULOS, DIMITRIS. 
Introduction to luck, a play in five acts; tr. 
by Elene Aristi Ayers. © Dimitris Joan- 
nopoulos; Ic 24Sep47; DU12220. 

JOB, THOMAS. 
Oncle Harry, piece en trois actes et six 
tableaux. Adaptation franpaise de Jacques 
Feyder et Marcel Dubofs. © Jacques 
Feyder (ps. de Jacques Frederix) Marcel 
Dubois; Ic ljun48; DU15321. 

JOB evaluation and merit rating. C2693. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management confer- 
ence: Management fundamentals, 10th day. 

JOE and Asbestos. DU13076. SEE Kling, 
Ken. 

JOEKEL, MARGUERITE THERESA. 

The big drop, a farce in one act. © Mar- 
guerite Theresa Joekel; Ic 25May48; 
DU 15002. 

Tvo by two, a drama in one act. © Mar- 
guerite Theresa Joekel; Ic 25May48; 
DU15001. 

JOEY, say boo. DU12843. SEE Roller, Gilbert. 

JOHANNES, VIVIAN. 
The cup of trembling, a drama in two acts. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 76 p. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 28May48; 
DP15169. 

JOHN, Evan, pseud. SEE Simpson, Evan John. 

JOHN Muir goes to Madison. DP14957. 
SEE Levin, Beatrice. 

JOHN Peter Altgeld. C2161. SEE Pinlcerton, 
' Milo Blish. 



56 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



JOHN Peter Zenger. SEE Bela, Nicholas F. 
Peter Zenger. DU14788. 

JOHN Sebastian calling. C2571. SEE Bishir, 
Jane. 



JOHNNY and figgs. 
Carlyn. 



DU12595. SEE Brail, 



JOHNNY Appleseed. SEE 

Conkle, Ellsworth Prouty. Five plays. 

DP13967. 
LopaU, Virginia W. DU14295. 

JOHNNY loves the whole wide world. DU14667. 
SEE Marino, John Nicholas. 

JOHNNY, the grass of milk. EU12476. SEE 
Allen, Dayton. 

JOHNSON, ALBERT. 

Out on a Umb, a comedy-drama in three acts. 

Marion, Iowa, Art Craft Play Co., cl948. 

77 p. illus. (An Art Craft play) ©J. 

Vincent Heuer; 19May48; DP15270. 
People are talking, a comedy in three 

acts. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Heuer Pub. Co., 

C1948. 83 p. illus. ©Edward I. Heuer; 

20Jan48; DP12756. 

JOHNSON, Don. SEE Public Prosecutor 
(Television program) 

JOHNSON, FRANK WILUAM. 
Treadmill, a play in two parts. ©Frank 
WilUam Johnson; Ic 17May48; DU14694. 

JOHNSON, GEORGIA DOUGLAS. 
Brothers all, a one -act play, for Mother's 
Day, race relations, etc. ©Georgia 
Douglas Johnson; Ic 8Mar48; DU13364. 
The starting point, a one -act play. 
© Georgia Douglas Johnson; Ic 8Mar48; 
DU13363. 

JOHNSON, LEAH. 
Looting the Gena Company, a play in three 
acts. ©Leah Johnson; Ic 31Mar48; 
DU13737. 

JOHNSON, PHILIP. 

An immortelle, a play in one act. London, 
S. French [1947]. 41 p. illus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 347) ©Samuel French, 
ltd.; 17Dec47; DP12772. 

Lovely to look at, a comedy in three acts. 
London, S. French [1947]. 99 p. illus. 
(French's actLne emtion, no. 1954) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 280ct47; DP12119. 

Mr. Twemlow is not himself, a farcical 
comedy in two scenes. Illus. by Anthony 
Mendleson. London, S. French [1947]. 
36 p. (French's acting edition, no. 263) 
©Samuel French, ltd.; 17Dec47; DP12768. 

Only the brave, a comedy in one act. 
London, S. French [1948]. 30 n. iUus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 401) 
©Samuel French, ltd.; 2Mar48; DPI 3939, 

The startled saint, a comedy in one act. 
London, S. French [1947]. 39 p. illus. 
(French's acting ecfition, no. 52) 
©Samuel French, ltd.; 6Nov47; DP12112. 

JOHNSON, ROY. 
The eyes have it. A lecture delivered at 
Northwestern University on Jan. 13, 1948. 
©American Hospital Supply Corp., Ic 26Apr48 

JOHNSON (S. C.) and Son, inc. SEE 
Fibber McGee and Molly (Radio program) 

JOKEY. DU13013. SEE Dennis, Jennings 

Henry. ' ^ 

LA JOLIE fille du faubourg. 
SEE Tramer, Erwin. The Girl from the 
suburb. DU14074. 

Tra JOLSON story. DU13398. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Feb. 16, 1948. 



JONAH. DU12178. SEE The Children's 
Chapel, no. 16. 

JONAH'S death. DU12376. SEE Koehring, 
Vera Louise. 

JONES, Bettina. SEE Doctor's Orders (Radio 
program) 

JONES, Frank. SEE Doctor's Orders (Radio 
program) 

JONES, GEORGE CHADWICK. 

Eliminate it, by George C. Lord [pseud.] and 
Robert Joseph Dombroff . [Dramatic dialogue] 
3 leaves. © George C. Lord, Robert J. 
Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord & Roberts Recordings; 
Ic 3May48; DU14320. 

The Great Bull, by George C. Lord [pseud.] 
and Robert Joseph Dombroff. [Dramatic 
sketch] 2 leaves. © George C. Lord, 
Robert J. Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord & Roberts 
Recordings; Ic 3May48; DU14314. 

The hunter, by George C. Lord [pseud.] and 
Robert J. Dombroff. [Dramatic sketch] 
2 leaves. © George C. Lord, Robert J. 
Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord &l Roberts Recordings; 
Ic 21May48; DU14851. 

The Liars Club, by George C. Lord [pseud.] 
and Robert J. Dombroff. [Dramatic sketch] 
2 leaves. © George C. Lord, Robert J. 
Dombross, d.b.a. Lord k Roberts Recordings; 
Ic 21May48; DU14850. 

Loco with no motive, by George C. Lord 
[pseud.] and Robert Joseph Dombroff. [Mono- 
logue] ^ leaves. © George C. Lord, 
Robert J. Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord L Roberts 
Recordings; Ic 3May48; DU14316. 

Paid in full, by George C. Lord [pseud.] and 
Robert Joseph Dombroff. [Dramatic cflalogue] 

2 leaves. © George C. Lord, Robert J. 
Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord k Roberts Recordings; 
Ic 3May48; DU14318. 

Push-em-up Tony, by George C. Lord [pseud.] 
and Robert Joseph Dombroff. [Dramatic 
sketch] 2 leaves. © George C. Lord, Robert 
J. Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord k Roberts Re- 
cordings; Ic 3May48; DU14315. 

That old gang of mine, a dramatic dialogue, 
by George C. Lord [pseud.] and Robert 
Joseph Dombroff . 2 leaves. © George C. 
Lord, Robert J. Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord k 
Roberts Recordings; Ic 3May48; DU14313. 

That's a violation, by George C. Lord [pseud.] 
and Robert Joseph Dombroff. [Dramatic 
dialogue] 3 leaves. © George C. Lord, 
Robert J. Dombroff, d.b.a. Lord & Roberts 
Recordings; Ic 3May48; DU14317. 

Who's who, by George C. Lord [pseud.] and 
Robert Joseph Dombroff. [Dramatic dialogue] 

3 leaves. © George C. Lord, Robert J. Dom- 
broff, d.b.a. Lord k Roberts Recordings; 

Ic 3May48; DU14319. 

JONES, HENRY BURK. 
Ticklish experiment, a play in three acts. 
© Henry Burk Jones; Ic 24Mar48; DU13987. 

JONES, JOHN LLEWELLYN. 
If we do meet again, a comedy in three acts. 
© John Llewellyn Jones; Ic 3May48; DU14309. 

JONES, LARRY. 

Great aches from little corns grow; or. From 
I little corns, great aches grow. A play in 
three acts. 2 leaves. © Larry Jones; Ic 
3Mar48; DU13275. 



JONES, Ruth Dorval. 
Poor little Virgilina. 
Viola Seltz. 



DU14874. SEE Burch, 



JONES, VENZUELLA. 
Little Moses. [Radio script] © Venzella 
(Venzuella) Jones; Ic llDec47; DU12099. 

JONES. WILLIAM ELUS. 
Oh, father! A comedy in three acts. Evanston, 
111., Row, Peterson [1948]. 80 p. illus (A 
Row-Peterson play) © Row, Peterson & Co.; 



2Jan48; DP12516. 

JONES-EVANS, ERlt. 
Character sketches from Charles Dickens, 
adapted by Eric Jones-Evans, with a fore- 
word by Bransby Williams. London, S. 
French [19471. 31 p. (French's acting 
edition, no. 367) © Samuel French, ltd.; 
18Dec47; DP12777. 

JONSON, Ben. 
The alchemist. SEE Vonharden, Lew. Money 
love luck free. DU14205. 

JORDAN, CHARLES EDWARD. 
The mirror reflects murder, a play in three 
acts. © Charles Edward Jordan; Ic 
15Jun48; DU15209. 

JORDAN, EUZABETH. 
Never lonely again, a play in three acts, by 
Elizabeth Jordan with Richard RiebUng. 
© Elizabeth Jordan; Ic 2Mar48; DU13347. 



JORDAN, Gilbert. 
The lady of Loreto. DU13639. 
Genevieve Louise. 



SEE Logan, 



JORDAN, Mildred A. 
Apple in the attic. DU15217. SEE Judson, 
Lester Erwin. 

JORDAN, PHIUP HARDING. 
WiUiam Shakespeare, a play in three acts 
and eight scenes. © Philip Harding Jordan; 
Ic 3May48; on additions and revisions; 
DU14289. Prev. reg. 22Jul47; D10547. 

JORDEN, "Bonnie" Enid Ruth. SEE Jorden, 
Enid Ruth. 

JORDEN, ENID RUTH. 
A time to remember, a play in three acts, 
by "Bonnie" Enid Ruth Jorden. © "Bonnie" 
Enid Ruth Jorden; Ic 18Jun48; DU15264. 

JORINGEL and Jorinda. DU14383. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Mar. 20, 1948. 

JOSEF discovers America. DU13415. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 104. 

THE JOSEPH story. C2555. SEE Stewart, 
Glenn. 

JOSS, JEROME UONEL. 

Musical crossword puzzle, a radio game. 
[Sample script] © Jerome Lionel Joss; 
Ic 19Apr48; DU14066. 

JOSSET, ANDRfi. 
Soliman le magnifique, pl§ce en trois actes. 
© Andr^ Josset; Ic ljun48; DU15322. 

JOURNEY north. DU13815. SEE Swan, Thomas 
F. 

A JOURNEY to Ger. DU12202. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 151. 

A JOY forever. SEE Madden, Cecil Charles. 
Chelsea Reach. DU12244. 

JOY of living. DU15053-15054. SEE CampbeU, 
Jean Hamilton. 

JOYCE, . SEE ChaUenge of the Yukon 

(Radio program) 

JOYCE JORDAN, MJD. (Radio program) 
Episodes in tMs series are by Margaret 
Sangster. © Procter & Gamble Co. 

707. Dec. 16, 1947. © Ic 9Jan48; DU12310. 

726. Jan. 12, 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12733. 

755. Feb. 20, 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; DU13446. 

770. Mar. 12, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13781. 

802. Apr. 27, 1948. © Ic 5May48; DU14397. 

840. June 18, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; DU15370. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LA JOYEUSE veillee. DP14045. SEE Guyon, 
Julien. 

LA JUANITA. DU12613. SEE Latus, Ingeborg 
Kappelhoff. 

JUBILEE Jibson. SEE Albyn, Genevieve Nicetas. 
Greenwich Village I— where else? DU12639. 

JUCHEREAU DE SAINT -DENYS, JACQUES DE. 
Le roi du Bagne, piSce historique en 2 actes 
et 20 tableaux. © Marquis Jacques de 
Juchereau de Saint-Denys; Ic 3Dec47; 
DU12295. 

JUD Washburn's thoughts. C2025. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

JUDAS. DU14424. SEE Monnier, Charles 
Martin. 

THE juuaS touch. DU13442. SEE Pollock, 
Bert Daniel. 

THE JUDGE and St. Peter. DU13395. SEE 
Beeland, Rosa Lee. 

JUDGE Brennan. DU14590. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2384-1609. 

JUDGE Brennan's decision. DU14683. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2390-1615, 

JUDGE not. DP12998. SEE Howard, Marion. 

JUDGMENTS. C2209. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 

THE JUDICIAL Attitude. C2632. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Group relations, 19th day. 

JUDSON, LESTER ERWIN. 
Apple in the attic, a dramatization of the novel 
by Mldred Jordan. In three acts. © Lester 
Judson; Ic 14Jun48; DU15217. 

JUHL, CURT. 

Her philosophy of love; original translations 
from the Orient. © Magnetic Recording 
Sound Libraries, inc.; Ic 3Mar48; DU13281. 

The Hour of Operatic Charm. SEE 
The Hour of Operatic Charm (Radio program) 

Symphonic Hour of Tone Poems. SEE 
Symphonic Hour of Tone Poems (Radio pro- 
gram) 

THE JUKES family revisited. SEE Gibbs, 
Wolcott. The lowest depths. DU13742. 

JULIANO, JOSEPH ROBERT. 
Up Powell! A musical comedy in a prologue 
and two acts. Story by Joseph R. Juliano, 
dialogue by Joseph Guzzetti, Jr. and Joseph 
R. Juliano. [Text only] © Joseph Robert 
JuUano; 6Jan48; DP15013. 

JULIE. DU14932. SEE Barrett, Katharine. 

JUUN, ARTHUR OTTO. 
Tale of the Gypsies, an operetta in three acts 
by Arthur O. Julin, with new material by 
Craig Roberts. Stage version. [Text only] 
© Arthur Otto JuUn; Ic 3May48; on revisions; 
DU14299. Prev. reg. 3Mar44; D87333. 

JUNE moon. DU14063. SEE Kraft Television 
Theatre, no. 49. 

JUNGCLAS, JOYCE VALERIE. 
The lollipop tree, a radio play for children. 
© Joyce V. Jungclas; Ic 7Jun48; DU 15119. 

JUNIOR Hall of Fame. DU13403. SEE Kaltman, 
Lillian Gladstone. 

JUNIOR high plays for special occasions. 
DP14879. SEE Roberts, Helen M. 

JUNIOR is a genius. DP12937. SEE Forten- 
bacher, OUve White. 



THE JUNIOR journal. C2618-2620. SEE Pearl - 
stein, Morton. 

JUNIOR League of Great Falls, inc. Red 
Feather's counter-attack. DU13821. SEE 
Bardwell, K. Louise. 

JUNIOR League of Salt Lake City. SEE 
Up and Down the Scales (Radio program) 
DU13308-13320. 

JUNIOR S world. DU14006. SEE Woodhouse, 
Henry. 

JUNIUS Wood story. DU12302. SEE The Ad- 
venturers' Club, Jan. 3, 1948. 

JUST between us. SEE 
Fue, Charles. DU12285. 
Smith, Robert Gordon. DU14981. 

JUST beyond Danbury. DU15208. SEE Gilmore, 
Edward Joseph. 

K 

KASTNER, ERICH. 
Dot and Tony, a play for children; tr. by 
Cecilia Washburn Freund. 96 leaves. 
[German title: I>Unktchen und Anton] 
© Cecilia Washburn Freund; Ic 17Feb48; 
DU 12949. 

KAFKA, Franz. 
Der Prozess. SEE Matthews, John F . The 
scapegoat. DU14821. 

KAGAN, BERNARD. 
Cash on the line, an exciting new [radio] pro- 
gram, by Bernard Kagan and Herbert 
Mellis. © Bernard Kagan, Herbert Mellis; 
Ic 13May48; DU14617. 

KALLEN, Minna. 
Counterfeit. DU14109. SEE AUen, Kay. 
A dicty defense? DU12837. SEE Allen, Kay. 

KALLONECK, MADELINA. 
Happiness found, a play in two acts, by Anna 
Kay [pseud.] © MadelinA. Kalloneck; 
Ic 15Mar48; DU13465. 

KALTMAN, ULLIAN GLADSTONE . 

The Doxon of Duseberry, a radio and dramatic 
series for children, with incidental music. 
By Lillian G. Kaltman and George Michael 
Neil [pseud, of Frank Padwe]. Installment 
no. 1. [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Frank Padwe; Ic 27Feb48; DU13170. 

junior Hall of Fame, a children's radio and 
dramatic series, by Lillian G. Kaltman and 
George Michael Neil [pseud, of Frank Padwe] 
Installment no. 1. © Frank Padwe; Ic 
llMar48; DU13403. 

KAMARCK, FRANK M, 
Southern cross, a play in three acts, by Frank 
VoLney [pseud.] © Frank M. Kamarck; 
Ic 21May48; DU14832. 

KAMILE, COLEMAN. 
The cactus and the rose, a moral dramatic 
composition in two acts (movements). A 
combination of two poetic dramas, "The 
cactus and the rose ' and "The devil and his 
marionettes." © Coleman Kamile; Ic 
23Apr48; DU14157. 
An onion makes me cry; operetta in a prologue 
and wo acts. Book and lyrics by Coleman 
Kamile; supplementary ideas by Theodore 
Bachenheimer. [Text only] © Coleman 
Kamile, Theodore Bachenheimer; Ic 20Apr48; 
DU14061. 

KANE, ALBERT MORRIS. 
Baby sitter, an original radio play. The first 
in a series of programs on ' Babsie, the 
baby sitter." © Albert Morris Kane; 
Ic 21Apr48; DU14177. 



Man in the making, an original radio script; 
the first in a series of programs. © Albert 
Morris Kane; Ic 23Apr48; DU14178. 

KANE, Frank. SEE The Shadow (Radio pro- 
gram) 

KANIN, GARSON. 
Come what may, a screenplay. 177 leaves. 

© Garson Kanin; Ic 29Dec47; DU12160. 
The hut, a comedy in three acts, by Garson 

Kanin and Ruth Gordon. © Garson Kanin, 

Ruth Gordon; Ic 16Jan48; DU13021. 
The kitchen canaries. DU13690. SEE Gordon, 

Ruth. 
The MacAlUster fortune. DU12518. SEE 

Gordon, Ruth. 
The sky is falling, by Garson Kanin and Ruth 

Gordon. © Garson Kanin, Ruth Gordon; 

Ic 2Jun48; DU15375. 

KANTER, Hal. 
Bing Crosby's personal radio script. DP12824. 
SEE American Broadcasting Co., inc. 

KANTERS, Robert. ^ ^ ^ 

Le theatre anglais d'hier et d'aujourd hui. 
DP14500. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

KAPLAN, MARVIN WILBUR. 
Goggles, an original radio script. © Marvin 
Wilbur Kaplan; Ic 12Jan48; DU12375. 

KAPNER, IRVING. 
Once upon an island, a comedy fantasy in 
three acts. © Irving Kapner; Ic 23Dec47; 
DU12503. 

KARCHMER, Sylvan. 
On this green bank. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. The best one-act plays, 
1947-1948. AA83794. 

KARLIN, ELI. 
No part of thee, a play in three acts. © Eli 

Karlin; 20May48; DPI 4824. 
The tangled web, a new play in three acts, 

based on Lev Urvantzov's Russian drama, 

"Vera Mirtzova." © EU Karlin; 19Nov47; 

DP12265. 
The tangled web, a new play in three acts, 

based in part on Lev Urvantzov's Russian 

drama, ' Vera Mirtzeva." © Eli Karlin; 

23Mar48; on revisions; DP13656. 

KARNEY, CLARENCE M. 
Drowning of a cat, a melodrama in three acts. 
© Clarence M. Karney; Ic 7May48; DU14441. 

KARP, Abraham Norman. 
It's a great day. DU14371. SEE Rothschild, 
John Edward. 



KARSAVINA, Jean. 
The dugnna. DP15164. 
Sergei Sergeevich. 



SEE Prokof'ev, 



KASER, ARTHUR LEROY. 
Funny skits for amateurs, a collection of non- 
sensical skits and entertainments for the 
amateur stage. Minneapolis, Northwestern 
Press [1948]. 120 p. Contents.— We thank 
you.— I'll fix it.— The lowly milkman. — His- 
torical hystericals. — The G.I. minstrels. — 
Don't spill the salt. — Where's the baby? — 
When the West was young. — Where's Gran'- 
paw? — The ship-shape show. — Almost the 
last day of school.— Late again. — Vote for 
me. — The cheerio clinic— -Cedric's return. 
— The vacuum virtuoso. © The North- 
western Press; llFeb48; DP13087. 

KASPER, Edward J. 
The Whoopstars. DU12849. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

KASSANDRA. DU12788. SEE DarUngton, Anne. 

KATCHER, GERTRUDE M. 
Charadio. [Continuity for radio game] © Ger- 
trude M. Katcher; 3Nov47 (in notice: 1948); 
DP13386. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE katydid's wing. DU13636. SEE Aivaz, 
Stella Delores. 

K/vTZ, SHERWOOD A. 

One of a kind, a play in two acts. © Sher- 
wood Katz; Ic 25Feb48; DU13207. 

Parnassus without bath, a play in three acts. 
© Sherwood A. Katz; Ic 26Apr48; DU14251. 

KAUFFMANN, LEO JUSTINUS. 
Das Perlenhemd, ein Stiick fur Sanger. 
Musiker, Schauspieler und Tanzer. [Musik 
von Leo Justinus Kauffmann] Buch von E. 
Bormann und Leo Justinus Kauffmann (mit 
Weisen des Hafis). Klavierauszug mit 
Gesang. Wien, Universal-Edition, cl947. 
152 p. © Universal-Edition; 17Sep47; 
DP14714. 

KAUFFMANN, Stanley. SEE First Nighter 
(Radio program) 

KAUFMAN, SCHIMA. 
The hospital, symphonic suite. Story by 
Schima Kaufman, music by Herman M. 
Parris. [Text only] © Herman Parris, 
Schima Kaufman; Ic 3Nov47; C2454. 

KAUGREN [pseud, of Henry Greene and Ruth 
Kaufman Greene] 

Everybody's playground. DU12306. SEE 
Klutch, Murray. 

KAVANAU, ALEXANDER. 
Ashes in scarlet, a play in three acts. © Alex- 
ander Kavanau; Ic 19Mar48; DU13551. 

KAY, Anna, pseud. SEE Kalloneck, Madelin 
A. 

KEAN, DAVID. 
Family pride, a comedy in one act. London, 
English Theatre Guild [1947]. 32 p. illus. 
(Guild one act library) © David Kean; 
12Dec47; DP12303. 



KEEFE, Willard. 
Pink lemonade. DU12726. 
Edward Joseph. 



SEE Foran, 



KEENEY, CLAIRE HANDSAKER. 
Cyanide for sinners, a play, by C. H. Keeney. 
46 leaves. © Claire Handsaker Keeney; 
Ic 26Mar48; DU13985. 

KEEP the door open. C2347. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

KEEP the heat on. C2458. SEE Francisco 
Films. 

KEEPERS of the house. DU14209. SEE Brink- 
man, Julia Wiggins. 

KEITH-Jones, Gail. SEE Mannino, Gail Felix 
Keith-Jones. 

KELLER, ALVIN JOSEPH. 
Earth in my hands, a play in three acts. 
© Alvin Joseph Keller; Ic ljun48; DU15278. 

KELLER, Brooks. SEE Keller, Phillips Brooks. 

KELLER, EUzabeth Reed. 
Definition of love. DU13542. SEE Keller, 
Phillips Brooks. 

KELLER, Martha. 
Horse opera. DU12558. SEE Harkrider, John. 

KELLER, Maurice. SEE Kregal, Maurice. 

KELLER, PHILLIPS BROOKS. 
Definition of love, a play in three acts, by 
Brooks Keller. © Phillips Brooks Keller, 
Jr., Elizabeth Reed KeUer; Ic 19Mar48; 
DU13542. 



KELLEY, DENNIS. 

Gus and Polly, by Denny Kelley. Script 
no. 1, Apr. 5, 1948. © Crosley Broad- 
casting Corp.; Ic 7Apr48; C2449. 

The human adventure. Audition script no. 1, 
by Denny Kelley. © Crosley Broadcasting 
Corp.; Ic 20Nov47; DU12154. 

Musical ponies, by Denny Kelley. Continuity, 
Feb. 19, 1948. © Crosley Broadcasting 
Corp.; Ic 25Feb48; C2236. 

KELLEY, FRANaS BEVERLY. 
Dailey Bros. Circus. [Radio program] 
© Francis Beverly Kelley; Ic each 2^Apr48. 

1. Circus wild beasts. C2522. 

2. Circus day. C2521. 

3. Circus quiz. C2523. 

KELLEY, MARY SULLIVAN. 
Be thou a rainbow, a pageant for the grades 

or high school. [Raleigh, N.C.l cl948. 

28 p. music. © Mary Sullivan Kelley; 

lMar48; DP13508. 
Between the bookends, a class day play. 

Raleigh, N.C., 1948. 24 p. © Mary SulUvan 

Kelley; lFeb48; DP12563. 



KELLEY, Welbourn. 
The President and the doctor. DUlf^241. 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 560 . 



SEE 



KELLEY, Winniford David. 
Orion HiU. DU12583. SEE Koulias, Arthur 
Nicholas. 

KELLMAN, LEON. 
The sky's the limit, a musical play in two 
acts, by Leon Kellman and Howard Phillips. 
[Text only] © Leon Kellman, Howard 
Phillips; Ic 2Mar48; DU13201. 

KELLOGG Company. 
Charting the course in retail selling and 
merchandising. C2352. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 
Selling to institutions. C2353. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

KELLY, GEORGE EDWARD. 
The torch-bearers, a satirical comedy in three 
acts. Preface by Kenneth Macgowan. New 
York, S. French [1948]. 191 p. illus. 
© George Kelly; 19Feb48; on revisions; 
DP13973. Prev..reg. 18Sep22, D61933; 
lMay24, D68026. 

KELLY, HERBERT JOSEPH. 
Corner boy, a play in three acts. © Herbert 
J. Kelly; Ic 26Apr48; DU14237. 

KELLY, JOHN LAWRENCE. 

Bite revision, a necessary reconstructive 
measure in the successful treatment of 
pyorrhea. [Lecture] © John Lawrence 
Kelly; Ic 22Jan48; C2233. 

Control of oral diseases. [Lecture] © John 
Lawrence Kelly; Ic 22Jan48: C2234. 

The main reasons why dentistry has failed 
to control oral diseases. [Lecture] 
© John Lawrence Kelly; Ic 22Jan4g; C2232. 

KELLY, JOHN STEPHENSON. 
Mr. Average, a play in three scenes. © John 
Stephenson KeUy; Ic 19May48; DU14743. 

KELLY, MARIE CECILS. 
Fragrant hiU, a comedy in three acts. © Marie 
C. Kelly; Ic 9Jun48; DU15157. 

KELLY, Warren M. 

The gateway to fame. DU12255. SEE Seiffert 
Karl. ' 

KELSEY, Jack. SEE First Nighter (Radio program) 

KEMPE, Mary Louise. SEE Cheatham, Marv 
Louise Kempe. 

KEN What's proxy party. SEE Ness, Joseph 
Dalgleish. McOut's Inn. DU13820. 



KENNEDY, Lucy. 
Woman of steel. ■DU15243. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 562. 

KENNEDY, MARTIN ALPHONSO. 
Other people's children, a comedy drama with 
music, in three acts. [Text only] © Martin 
A. Kennedy; Ic 30Jan48; DU12814. 

KENT, Priscilla. 
Powhatan's daughter. DU13718. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 548. 

KEPHART, WilUam M. 
Service Club. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty hoUday. DPI 39 66. 

KERR, JEAN COLLINS. 
Jenny kissed me, a comedy in three acts. 
© Jean Collins Kerr; Ic 5Jan48; DU12365. 

KERR, WALTER. 
Alley moon, a musical play in two acts. 
[Text only] © Walter Francis Kerr; 
Ic 8Apr48; DU13853. 

KESSLER, SYDNEY. 
But for this, an original story and screen play, 
by Sydney Kessler, Harry Bernsen, and 
Ray De Pemberton. © Sydney Kessler, 
Ray De Moss Pemberton, Harry Bernsen, 
Jr.;, Ic 29Mar48; DU13662. 

KETCHUM, MACLEOD AND GROVE. 
Sponsor. Rules for a radio game, by 
Willard Schroeder. © Ketchum, MacLeod 
& Grove; Ic 21Apr48; C2709. 

KETTERING, RALPH THOMAS. 
Maupassant, a play in three acts. © Ralph 
Thomas Kettering; Ic 9Jan48: on revisions; 
DU12300. Prev. reg. 23Aug37; D51498. 

KEVAN, George Alex. 
Happy wiU tomorrow be. DU 13946. SEE 
Ckidsey, Alan Lake. 

KEYES, Harold C. SEE World-wide Radio 
Productions, inc. 

KEYES, PAUL WILI^IAM. 
The story of a song, a radio script. © Paul 
William Keyes; Ic 19Feb48; DU12987. 

KEYS to adventure. DU12505. SEE Braun, 
Gilbert. 

THE KIBITZER Club of America proudly 
presents the Kibitzer. DU13169. SEE 
Hughes, William Joseph. 

KICK me here. DU14139. SEE Landen, Mel- 
rlckT. 

KICKS, Otto, pseud. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

KID brother. DP13523. SEE Elser, Donald. 

THE KID himself. DP13974. SEE Reach, 
James. 

HEFER, ADOLPH. 
A tour around the world, a one -act play. 
© Adolph Kiefer; Ic 28Apr48; DU14272. 

KILLER instinct. DU12674. SEE Denker, 
Henry. 

KILLER-of-Enemies. DU14087. SEE Hawkins, 
Erick. 

THE KILLING red head. DU14927. SEE 
Ravold, John David. 

KIMBALL, RUTH PUTNAM. 
Blind date, a comedy in one act. Boston, 
[W. H. Baker Cc.,1948]. 14 p. (Baker'^s 
plays for amateurs) © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 2Jan48; DP12575. 



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59 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DIE KINDER fon Yisroel. DU13298. SEE 
Ressler, Benjamin. 

KING, Harvey. 
The Whoopstars. DU12849. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

KING, Rufus. 

The deadly dove. DU12642. SEE Chapman, 
Tedwell. 

KING Arthur and his knights. DU14412. SEE 
Rogers, Art. 

KING comes home. DU13854. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 523. 

KING Max. DU13203. SEE Stern, Isidore. 

KING Solomon and the bee. DPI 2939. SEE 
Cook, Ray Marcus. 

KING Thrushbeard. DU13490. SEE Let's Pre- 
tend, Feb. 14, 1948. 

THE KINGDOM of Joy. DU12135. SEE MiUman, 
David. 

KINGHORN, JAMES. 

Kirk o' Field, an historical drama in one act. 
London, H. F. W. Deane; Boston, Baker 
International Play Bureau [19471. 24 p. 
("Deane's" series of plays) © James King- 
horn; 23Sep47; DPI 2629. 

THE king's balcony. DU14488. SEE Shef- 
field, Philip. 

HNGSBERRY, Jack. SEE Kingsberry, Jacob 
Harris. 

KINGSBERRY, JACOB HARRIS. 
Mutuelly yours, a comedy in three acts, by 
Jack Kingsberry. © Jacob Harris Kings- 
berry; Ic 12Feb48j on revisions; DU12878. 
Prev. reg. "They re at the posti" 7Jun45; 
D94095. 

KINGSBERY, EMILY. 
We are calling you. Presentation script. 
© World-wide Radio Productions, inc. 
(Lorraine LaVani, Harold C. Keyes, John 
Greene); Ic 27Apr48; DU14232. 

KINGSLAKE. DU13302. SEE Meyer, 
Christian Diedrich. 

HPPY. DU14518. SEE Cuttle, Evelyn Roeding. 

KIRK o' Field. DP12629. SEE Kinghorn, 
James. 

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN. 
Ah, sweet mystery! A farce in one act. 

New York, S. French [1947]. 43 p. illus. 

© Samuel French; ljul47; DPI 3980. 
Book-lovers. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 

(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 

royalty holiday. DP13966. 
She married well, a farce in one act. New 

York, S. French [19471. 39 p. illus. 

© Samuel French; 18Apr47; DP13965. 

KIRSCHBAUM, KENNETH JAMES. 
We regret, a comedy in three acts. © Ken- 
neth James Kirschbaum; Ic 8Mar48; 
DU13452. 

KISS me, Kate. DU15085. SEE Spewack, Bella. 

KISS of deatii. DU12874. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Jan. 12, 1948. 

THE KITCHEN canaries. DU13690. SEE Gor- 
don, Ruth. 

THE KITTEN'S necklace. DP15154. SEE Goetz, 
Austin. 

KITTY Clyde comes home. DU12363. SEE 
Waley, Marie. Sock and buskin. 



MVLAN, THOMAS. 
Jingle jackpot; radio script, Jan. 13, 
1948. ©George H. Hartman Co.: Ic 
12Mar48; DU13411. 

KJERULF, AXEL. 
Papa's white gloves, a comedy in three 
acts. American adaptation by J. Victor 
Wilson. ©Jens Victor Wilson, Axel 
Kjerulf; Ic 10Mar48; DU13370. 

KLAUSNER, OLIVER. 
The house at Grand Halleaux, a play in 
three acts. [In verse] ©Oliver idausner- 
Ic 17May48; DU146gi. 



KLAVAN, Eugene. 
Shays' rebellion. DU12896. 
Leonard. 



SEE Grossman, 



KLEIMAN, Saul. 
My prophet and my king. DU14782. SEE 
Blumenfeld, Zvi Harris. 

KLEIN, EUGENIA. 
The Buckley dame, a play in three acts, by 
Eugenia Merrill [pseud.] ©Eugenia Klein; 
Ic 10May48; DU14489. 



KLEINSINGER, George. 
The story of Celeste. 
Tripp, Paul. 



DU13928. SEE 



KLEIST, HEINRICH VON. 
The broken pitcher, a comedy, tr. from the 
German by Otto Waldis. [German title: 
Der zerbrochene Krug]. 72 leaves. 
© Otto Waldis; Ic 8May48; DU14460. 

KLENETT, Frances. SEE Salzman, Frances 
Klenett. 

KLINCKE, WALTER H. 
Is this fair? A play in three acts. 
© Walter Klincke; Ic 17May48; DU14727. 



KLINE, Shirley Grace. 
It's easy if you know how. DP15186. 
Gilliams, Caroline Anne. 



SEE 



KUNG, KEN. 
Joe and Asbestos, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Book by Ken Kling and Frank Marcus, 
lyrips and music by Frank Marcus and 
Jeffrey Wing. Inspired by Ken Kling' s 
fanious race track cartoon. [Text only] 
© Frank Marcus; Ic 23jan48; DU13076. 

KLOiTOIKE Kate. DU14125. SEE Rath, Fred. 

THE KLONDIKE Palace. DU12965. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 518. 

KLUGHERTZ, Daniel. 
Step a tittle closer. DU15266. SEE Cotler, 
Gordon. 

KLUTCH, MURRAY. 
Everybody's playground. Story and lyrics by 
Murray Klutch, music by Ruth and Henry 
Greene (Kaugren). Narration with music. 
Text and music on separate leaves. 
© Murray Klutch; Ic 12Jan48; DU12306. 

KNAPP, BETTYE. 
Charge it, please. A comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [19481. 23 p. 
(Baker s plays for amateurs) ©Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 6May48; DP14630. 

KNEPLER, Paul. 
Der verlorene Walzer. SEE Drake, William 
A. Two hearts in waltz time. DU12398. 

KNIGHT so errant. DU13100. SEE Ditwiler, 
Dale DeVere. 

KNIPE, Robert. 

Private McKay's ghost. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty hoUday. DPI 3966. 



KNOLLER, JACOB. 

The magic island; drama in five acts. 
A translation of his play, "Die verzauberte 
Insel." © Jacob Knoller; ljun48; DP15139. 

Die verzauberte Insel, Drama in fiinf Akten. 
© Jacob Knoller; 15Mar48; DP14228. 

KNOTTS, Don. SEE Knotts, Jesse Donald. 

KNOTTS, JESSE DONALD. 
Happy humidity, a comedy in one act, by Don 
Knotts. © Jesse Donald Knotts; Ic 12Apr48; 
DU13917. 

KNOWLES, Sir James. 
King Arthur and his knights. DU14412. SEE 
Rogers, Art. 

THE KNOWN American. DU12557. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 

KNOX, FLORENCE CLAY. 
ButterfUes and balsam, a one-act play for 
women, adapted for stage or drawing room. 
New York, Longmans, Green [1948]. 20 p. 
(Longmans' play series) © Longmans, 
Green and Co., inc.; 7Apr48; DP13879. 

KOBIN, ROBERT. 
The private life of Sherlock Holmes; or, 
The hounds of the Baskerville bite back. 
A play [based on the Sherlock Holmes 
stories of Arthur Conan Doyle, and on his 
novel, "The hound of the Baskervilles"! 
24 leaves. © Robert Kobin; Ic 10Mar48; 
DU 14096. 

KOCK, Charles Paul de. 
La jolie fille du faubourg. SEE Tramer, 
Erwin. The girl from the suburb. DU14074. 

KOEGEL, JOSEPH. 

Subway to the moon, a play in three acts. 
© Joseph Koegel; Ic 13Apr48; on additions 
and revisions: DU13942. Prev. reg. 
"Heartbreak; 24Apr47; D8911. 

KOEHLER, LEONORE HOLLANDER. 
The freshet of the heart, a tragedy in three 
acts, by Leonore Holmer [pseud.] 
© Leonore Hollander Koenler; Ic 4May48; 
DU14420. 

KOEHRING, VERA LOUISE. 
Between eyelash and cheek, a one-act play. 

© Vera Koehring; Ic 5Mar48; DU13322. 
The demise of Laurel and Belvedere, a one- 

act play. © Vera Koehring; Ic 27Jan48; 

DU12614. 
Fabric, a one -act play. © Vera Koehring; 

Ic 16Jan48; DU12402. 
The hand held curved, a one-act play. 

© Vera Koehring; Ic 17Mar48; DU13473. 
Have dominion, a play in three acts. © Vrra 

Koehring; Ic 16Jan48; DU12404. 
Jonah's death, a play in three acts. © Vera 

Koehring; Ic I3jan48; DU12376. 
Moth mount, a one-act play. © Vera Louise 

Koehring; Ic 26Feb48; DU13160. 
Opus for quintette, a play in three acts. 

© Vera Koehring; Ic 16Jan48; DU12403. 
Toll, a one -act play. © Vera Koehring; 

Ic 3Feb48; DU12729. 

KOHN, DAVID. 
Rosalia, an operatic comedy in three acts. 
[Text only] © David Kohn; Ic 2Jun48; 
DU15087. 

KOHN, Rose Simon. 
The empty years. DU12260. SEE Rotter, 

Friedrich. 
Thanks, Mr. Quill. DU12221. SEE Rotter, 
Friedrich. 



KOKOMO Kafe. 
Leo. 



DU12304. SEE Gregory, Frank 



ROLLER, H. W. 

The Jackpot, a musical comedy in two acts, by 
H. W. Koller and G. Neumann. [Text and 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



music on separate leaves] © H. W. Koller; 
Ic 7Apr48; DU13899. 

KOMTESS' Paulin'. DU13818. SEE Imhoff, 
Fritz. 

KONIUD, DONALD GERARD. 

The smile, a play in one act, for stage pro- 
duction. © Donald Gerard Konrad; Ic 
19Apr48; DU14033. 

KOOPER, MAX. 
Television music school, by Max Kooper and 
Edward Moffat Brainaxd. [Continuity] 
© Max Kooper, Edward Moffat Brainard; 
Ic 16Apr48; DU14019. 

KORNFELD, IRA EDWARD. 
Balmy vs. Ravy, a one-act play in 13 scenes 
(screams) © Ira Edward Kornfeld; Ic 
24Nov47; DU13437. 

KOSHER for Passover. DU15350. SEE Sam- 
berg, Benjamin. 

KOTZ, KATHLEEN MURPHY. 
Buffalo Billy, a comedy in three acts. Frank- 
lin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment House 
[19471. 58 p. (An Eldridge 3 -act play) 
© Eldridge Entertainment Kouse, inc.; 
10ct47; DP13516. 

DER KOTZ KER rabbi. DU14531. SEE Cahn, 
Zvi. 

KOULIAS, ARTHUR NICHOLAS. 
Mosquitoes of the soul, a drama in three acts. 

© Arthur Nicholas Koulias; Ic 25Feb48; 

DU13142. 
Orion Hill, a musical fantasy in two acts, by 

Art Koulias and Win Kelley. fText only] 

© Arthur N. Koulias, Win Kelley; Ic 3Dec47; 

DU12583. 

KRAFT, GERTRUDE CLARICE. 

410 Courtney Street, a play in one act. 
© Gertrude Clarice Kraft; Ic 23Mar48; 
DU13584. 

The gentle scepter, a play in three acts. 
© Gertrude Kraft; Ic 15Jun48; DU15232. 

Ticket to heaven, a comedy in one act. © Ger- 
trude Clarice Kraft; Ic 23Mar48; DU13585. 

KRAFT Foods Company. SEE 
The Great Gildersleeve (Radio program) 
Kraft Music Hall (Radio program) 
Kraft Television Theatre (Television pro- 
gram) 

KRAFT MUSIC HALL (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by J. Walter Thomp- 
son Co. © Kraft Foods Co. 

Oct. 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, 1947. © Ic each 

3Dec47; DU12124-12127. 
Nov. 27, 1947. © Ic 22Dec47; DU12357. 
Dec. 4, 11, 18, 1947. © Ic each 31Dec47; 

DUl 2349 -12351 
Dec. 25, 1947. © Ic 16Jan48; DU12530. 
Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 1948. © Ic each 4Feb48; 

DU12868-12871. 
Jan. 29, 1948. © Ic 4Feb48; DU13151. 
Feb. 5, 1948. © Ic 20Feb48; DU13133. 
Feb. 12, 1948. © Ic 27Feb48; DU13399. 
Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 4, 1948. © Ic each 2Apr48; 

DU13753-13755. 
Mar. 11, 1948. © Ic 2Apr48; DU13757. 
Mar. 18, 1948. © Ic 2Apr48; DU13756. 
Mar. 25, 1948. © Ic 9Apr48; DU13894. 
Apr. 1, 1948. © Ic 19Apr48; DU14065. 
Apr. 8, 1948. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14201. 
Apr. 15, 22, 1948. © Ic each 10May48; 

DU14466-14467. 
May 6, 13, 20, 1948. © Ic each 26May48; 

DU14939-14941. " ' 

KRAFT TELEVISION THEATRE (Television 
program) Scripts in this series are by J. 
Walter Thompson Co. © Kraft Foods Co. 



KRAFT TELEVISION THEATRE. 

40. Feb. 4, 1948. Outward bound. © Ic 
20Feb48; DU13135. 

41. Feb. 11, 1948. Spring green. © Ic 
20Feb48; DU13131. 

42. Feb. 18, 1948. Apple of his eye. © Ic 
lMar48; DU13397. 

43. Feb. 25, 1948. Alison's house. © Ic 
12Mar48- DU13457. 

44. Mar. 3, 1948. Counsellor -at-law. © Ic 
12Mar48; DU13456. 

45. Mar. 10, 1948. The wind is ninety. © Ic 
2Apr48; DU13758. 

46. Mar. 17, 1948. No way out. © Ic 
2Apr48; DU13759. 

47. Mar. 24, 1948. Captain Applejack. © Ic 
9Apr48; DU13896. 

48. Mar. 31, 1948. She stoops to conquer. 
© Ic 9Apr48; DU13897. 

49. Apr. 7, 1948. June moon. © Ic 19Apr48; 
DU14063. 

50. Apr. 14, 1948. Barchester Towers. 
© Ic 10May48; DU14463. 

51. Apr. 21, 1948. The silver cord. © Ic 
10May48; DU14464. 

52. Apr. 28, 1948. Louder please. © Ic 
26May48; DU14942. 

53. May 5, 1948. The royal family. © Ic 
26May48; DU14934. 

54. May 12, 1948. Broken dishes. © Ic 
26May48; DU14935. 

55. May 19, 1948. Minick. © Ic 26May48; 
DU14936. 

KRALY, Hans. 
Of human events. DU13479. SEE Schlick, 
Frederick. 

KRAMER, MILTON J. 

Sin is bliss, a play in three acts. © Milton 
J. Kramer; Ic 20May48; DU14827. 

KRASNOW, Hermann. 
Works by Hermann Krasnow in collaboration 
with PhiUp Eisenberg are entered under 
MacDonald, Bruce, pseud. 

KRAUTTER, EUSA BIALK. 
The talk of the town, a monologue in five 
scenes, by Elisa Bialk. © Elisa Bialk 
Krautter; Ic 9Mar48; DU13355. 

KREGAL, Maurice. 
I'U take L. A. DU14183. SEE Miller, WilUam 
Seymour. 

KREGER, Leon. 
More for your money. DUl 5331. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 

KREIG, Mrs. A. A. SElE Kreig, Margaret B. 

KREIG, MARGARET B. 
Bridal night, a one -act play. © Margaret 
B. Kreig (Mrs. A. A. Kreig); Ic 22Jun48; 
DU15303. 

KRESGE (S. S.) and Company. 
The ABC's of friendly fountain service. 

C2354. ^SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 
The ABC's of friendly service: handling 

customers. C2355. SEE Handy (Jam) Organi- 
zation, inc. 
The ABC's of friendly service: making the 

sale. C2356. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 

inc. 
Counter care the Kresge way. C2357. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Speaking of money. C2358. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 

KREUTNER, SIMSON JACOB. 
Shabetai Zwi; film script. 107 leaves. 
© Simson Jacob Kreutner; Ic 19Jan48; 
DU12405. 

KREYMBORG, Alfred. 
The trial of Socrates. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DP13966. 



KRINN, GEORGE. 

Prize song, a radio play. © George Krlnn; 
Ic lMar48; DU13344. 

KROGER Company. 
More for your money. DU15331. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

KRUG, AMELIA CHARLOTTE. 
Eight Christmas plays for children. St. Louis, 
Concordia Publishing House [1947J. 56 p. 
© Concordia Publishing House; 280ct47; 
AA71097. 

KUBLY. HERBERT OSWALD. 
A cock to Ascleplus, a play, adapted from the 
Crito and the Phaedo of Plato. 12 leaves. 
© Herbert O. Kubly; Ic 27Jan48; DU12608. 



KUBRICK, IRVING. 
Sunchasers, a play In three acts. 
Kubrick; Ic 5May48; DU14331. 



Irving 



KULONDA, JOSEPH PHIUP 
"ack Benny show. [Radio £ 
P. Kulonda; Ic 7]un48; DU155: 



Jack Benny show. jRadioscrigt] © Joseph 



KUMMER, LOURINE. 
Land of romance, a musical play in two acts. 

IText only] © Lourine Kummer; Ic 8Mar48; 
)U13693. 

KURLANDER, REGINE J. 
The fifth wife, an historical intrigue in two 
acts and a prologue, by Regine J. Kurlander 
and Stephen N. Linek. © Regine J. Kur- 
lander, Stephen N. Llnek; Ic lApr48; on 
revisions; DU14385. Prev. reg. "Katheryn 
Howard;" 25Feb47; D7767. 

KURTZ, C. GORDON. 
Ladles' loimge, a comedy for the ladies, 

in three acts, by Kurtz Gordon [pseud.] 

Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 115 p. iUus. 

© Walter H. Baker Co.; 9Jan48: DP12444. 
The overnight ghost, a farce In tnree acts, by 

Kurtz Gordon [pseud.] © C. Gordon Kurtz; 

Ic 23Jan48; DU12717. 

KUSELL, DANIEL. 
How to beautify your windows. DU14224. 

SEE Ludlum, Stuart D. 
A world of his own, a dramatic comedy In 
three acts. © Daniel Kusell; Ic 30Mar48; 
DU14137. 

KUWALSKY, Freddy. 
The secret of the Green Grotto. DU12602. 
SEE Erickson, Joyce Ann. 



LE LACRIME di Giove. DP14438. SEE Holt, 
Jack. 

LADIES depart. DP13932. SEE Simpson, Evan 
John. 

LADIES in waiting. DU12491. SEE Shayeson, 
Frances Emllie. 

LADIES' lounge. DP12444. SEE Kurtz, C. Gor- 
don. 

LADIES must dance. DU15148. SEE Moore, 
Frank Staton. 

LADIES of the White House. DP12574. SEE 
Mackay, Constance D'Arcy. 

THE LADY and the tart. DU13927. SEE Sturm, 
Justin. 

LADY for ransom. DU12786. SEE Reader's 
Digest— Radio Edition, no. 99. 

LADY in the lake. DU13134. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Feb. 9, 1948. 

THE LADY knows her mind. DU14819. SEE 
Gauldin, Maude Eleanor Coimts. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE LADY of Loreto. DU13639. SEE Logan, 
Genevieve Louise. 

THE LADY said "No." DU12577. SEE Quinto, 
Eleanor Marie Bear. 

THE LADY who cares. DU14716. SEE Bar - 
stock, Joseph. 

THE LADY'S at work. DU13999. SEE Wood, 
George . 

THE LADY'S not for burning. DU14252. SEE 
Fry, Christopher. 

LA FORGE, EDWARD CHARLES. 
A personal matter, a play in three acts. © Ed- 
ward Charles La Forge; Ic 26Ma748; on 
revisions; DU14994. Prev. reg. Unfolded 
wings;" 8Jul43; D84770. 

LAGARDE, Jean, pseud. SEE Wildt, JohannSs. 

LAHAYE, Louis, pseud. SEE Li^geois, L. 

LaMARRE, HOWARD PIERRE. 
Summer stock, a new musical comedy in two 
acts. [Text only! © Howard Pierre LaMarre; 
Ic 10Jun48; DU15159. 

THE LAME and the quick. DU15220. SEE 
Heideman, Leonard Martin. 

THE LAME man healed at the temple. DU12185. 
SEE The Children's Chapel, no. 23. 

THE LAMP. DU14236. SEE Shields, Alice 
Addison. 

LAMP at midnight. DP14244. SEE Stavis, 
Barrie. 

LAMPERT, FRANCES. 
The white coat, a play in three acts. © 
Frances Lampert; Ic 19Apr48; DU14135. 

LAMSON, PEGGY. 
Museum piece, a comedy in three acts, by 
Peggy Lamson and Dorothy Heyward. 
© Peggy Lamson, Dorothy Heyward; Ic 
9Feb48; DU12831. 

LAND, CHARLES THEODORE. 
Come live with me, a comedy in three acts. 
© Charles Theodore Land; Ic 5Mar48; 
DU13325. 



THE LAND of enchantment. 
Davidson, Claire Anne. 



DU13583. SEE 



LAND of romance . DU13693. SEE Kummer, 
Lourine. 

THE LAND of the young. DU13394. SEE Mechem, 
Kirke Field. 

LANDECK, BEATRICE. 
Giuseppe, a phonograph record script, by 
Beatrice Landeck and Sylvia Rosenthal. 
© Beatrice Landeck, Sylvia Rosenthal; 
Ic 19May48; DU14753. 
The play-party record, a phonograph record 
script, by Beatrice Landeck and Sylvia 
Rosenthal. Collaborator, Irvin Graham. 
© Beatrice Landeck, Sylvia Rosenthal; 
lcl9May48; DU14754. 

LANDEN, MELRICK T. 
Iflck me here, a play in three acts, by Rick 
T. Landen. © Melrick T. Landen; Ic 
21Apr48; DU14139. 

LANDEN, Rick T. SEE Landen, Melrick T. 

LANDON, ELIZABETH S. 
The queen's errands. A recitation in verse, 
to accompany children's pantomime. 
With incidental music. © Elizabeth S. 
Landon; Ic 290ct47; C2379. 



LANDOR, NEVILLE. 
The use of vocal-color-analysis in the 
development and maintenance of vocal 
technique. [Lecture] © Neville Landor; 
Ic 25Mar48; C2314. 

LANDRY, WINIFRED ARENDTZ. 
I take this love, a musical wedding. 6 p. 
© Winifred Arendtz Landry; Ic 5Apr48; 
DU13785. 

LANE, DOROTHY MILDRED GUYON. 

The midnight ride, by Linda Lou Craig 
[pseud.] Continuity. 2 leaves. © Dorothy 
M. Guyon Lane; Ic llMar48; DU15233. 

Morning star, a play in two acts, by Linda 
Lou Craig [pseud.] 4 leaves. © Dorothy 
Mildred Guyon Lane; Ic 12Apr48; DU13920. 

The three sisters of Rivers End [radio 
script] by Linda Lou Craig [pseud.] © Doro- 
thy M. Guyon Lane; Ic 25Feb48; on revisions; 
DU14401. Prev. reg. "Sisters: Act 1: The 
three sisters of Paytonville;" 13Nov47; 
D11489. 

LANE, FRANCES. 
Veterans' opportunities. [Continuity] 
© Frances Lane; Ic 18Jvui48; DU15252. 

LANG, BiU. SEE Lang, Leslie WilUam. 

LANG, JOHN THOMAS. 
By all odds, a play in three acts. © John 

T. Lang; Ic 26Apr48; DU14353. 
Ten minutes to two, a play in two acts. 

© John T. Lang; Ic 26May48; DU14983. 

LANG, LESLIE WILLIAM. 

List, my love; a drama in one act and one 
scene, by Bill Lang. © Leslie William 
(Bill) Lang; Ic 15Dec47; DU12246. 

Wee worship, a sacred drama for children, 
in one act of two scenes, by Bill Lang 
and David D. Irwin. © LesUe William 
(Bill) Lang, David D. Irwin; Ic 2Feb48; 
DU12671. 

LANGE, JOHN FRED. 
Professor Samson's physical fitness program 

and his motorized quizmasters. Audition 

script. © John Fred Lange; Ic 18Feb48; 

C2176. 
The scrambled epigram treasure trek, a 

radio program. © John Fred Lange; 

Ic 5May48; C2537. 
The sense or nonsense radio quiz program. 

Audition script. © John Fred Lange; Ic 

18Feb48; C2177. 
The stork fUes again; radio program. 

Audition script. © John Fred Lange; Ic 

20Apr48; C2464. 

LANGER, Frantisek. 
The conversion of Ferdys Pistora. SEE 
Moss, Irving MaxweU. The great reform. 
DU14127. 

LANGLEY, ADRIA (LOCKE). 
The happy time, a play in three acts, based on 
the novel by Robert Fontaine. © Robert 
Fontaine, Adria Locke Langley; Ic 2Feb48; 
DU12678. 



LANGLEY, Noel. 
The burning bush. DP14615. 
Heinz. 



SEE Herald, 



LANNER, JOSEPH FRANZ KARL. 
Alt-Wien, Operette in 3 Alrten, nach Musik 
von Joseph Lanner; Neubearbeitung von 
Alexander Steinbrecher. Klavierauszug 
mit Gesang, zum Dirigieren eingerichtet 
von Theodor H. Leschetizky. Wien, Wiener 
Operettenverlag [1947]. 151 p. ©Jos. 
Aibl (Wiener Operettenverlag); 29Dec44; 
DP14708. 

LANNON, JOHN DAVID. 
Prom-o-wheel A comedy with music, in two 
acts. [Text only] © John David Lannon; 
Ic 5Apr48; DU13791. 



LANSING Broadcasting Company. 
The sky's the limit. DU15118. SEE Pomeroy, 
Wellington A. 

LARHN, ARTHUR. 
Women in a crisis, program no. 1 in a series 
dramatizing heroism of women. © Arthur 
Larkin; Ic 26Feb48; DU13634. 

LARSEN, ALICE C. KEATON. 
The Spirit of Life, a pageant in three 
episodes. © Alice C. Keaton Larsen; Ic 
19Mar48; DU13536. 

LARSON, Bob. SEE The Hour of St. Francis 
(Radio program) 

LARSON, DAVID JEREMY. 
Homecoming, a play in one act. © David 

Jeremy Larson; Ic 19Feb48; DU12986. 
These are your men, a play in three acts. 

© David Jeremy Larson; Ic 22Apr48; 

DU14158. 

LASS, ABRAHAM HAROLD, ed. 
Plays from radio, ed. by A. H. Lass, Earle 
L. McGiU [and] Donald Axelrod. [Boston] 
Houghton Mifflin Co. [1948] 342 p. illus. 
© A. H. Lass, Earle L. McGiU & Donald 
Axelrod; 2Jan48; A20272. 

LASSITUDE. DU13814. SEE Lombardo, Sal- 
vatore Sam. 

LAST aid. DU14521. SEE Rogoff, Elias M. 

THE LAST audience. DU13401. SEE Anderson, 
Arthur Benjamin. 

THE LAST judgment. DU14287. SEE St. George, 
George . 

THE LAST of my lavender orchids. DU13736. 
SEE West, Robert MandeU. 

LAST page. DP12770. SEE Raymond, Rene. 

THE LAST Prometheus. DU15408. SEE 
Goldfein, Abraham Leonard. 

THE LAST sitting. DP14486. SEE Dunst, Anne 
M. 

THE LAST summer's love. DU12934. SEE 
Schaefer, Jack. 

THE LAST word. DP12769. SEE Ready, 
Stuart. 

LAST year's nest. DU13992. SEE Mackenzie, 
Marjorie. 

LATE again. SEE Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 
Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. 

THE LATECOMERS. DP12208. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 157. 

LATHAM, PAUL. 
Escape into danger, a play in three acts, 
by Paul Latham and Kent Winter. © Mrs. 
Carrol Medberry; Ic 15Apr48; DU14345. 

LATIMER, DOROTHY. 
A Piccadilly daffodil; six song scenas as 
performed at the Windmill Theatre, 
London. Written and composed by Dorothy 
Latimer, piano arrangements by Harold 
Dyer. London, S. French [1948]. 23 p. 
Contents. — A Piccadilly daffodil. — Shadows 
on the wall. — I'm having my portrait 
painted. — Sea-horses.— I'll meet you in the 
park at eight. — Shepherd's market. © Sam- 
uel French, ltd.; 4Feb48; DP13507. 

LATUS, INGEBORG KAPPELHOFF. 
Ein bezaubernder Diener, Lustspiel in drei 
Akten. © Ingeborg Kappelhoff Latus; 
Ic 3Feb48; DU12724. 



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La Juanita, Lustspiel mit Musik in drei 
Akten. [Text only] © Ingeborg Kappelhoff 
Latus; Ic 27Jan48; DU12613. 

LAUER, MERCEDES JOSEPfflNE. 
The story of the rosary, a play in a prologue 
and three acts. © Mercedes Josephine 
Lauer; Ic 6May48; DU14423. 

LaVANI, Lorraine. SEE World-wide Radio 
Productions, inc. 

LA VINE, H. Donald. SEE Layne, Leene & 
Greene. 

THE LAWBREAKERS. DU15005. SEE Finger, 
Len. 

LA WE NT, SAM. 

What's your trouble? A script in nine scenes. 
[Lyrics for songs attached] © Sam Lawent; 
Ic 16Apr48; DU14015. 

LAWLER, MARGRETTA SCOTT. 
To replace with love, a three -act play. 
© Margretta Scott Lawler; Ic 5Jan48; 
DU12211. 

LAWLESS, BEN. 
Don't be chickeni A comedy in three acts, 
about the lives, loves and finances of 
some GI students at Midland University. 
© Ben Lawless, Jr.; Ic 15Mar48; DU13421. 

LAYER-PARKER, ROBERT. 
Maritza, a musical comedy in three acts. The 
English book by Robert Layer -Parker and 
Eddie Garr, the lyrics by Arthur Stanley, 
the music by Emmerich Kalman. [Text 
only] London, C. H. Fox, cl947. 75 p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, no. 2105) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 23Jun47; DP12122. 

LAYNE, Jacob Lawrence, SEE Layne, Leene 
& Greene. 

LAYNE, LEENE & GREENE. 

Pedro describes a cigar, a television com- 
mercial for La Magnita Cigars. © Layne, 
Leene & Greene; Ic lljun48; DU15353. 

You can dream, can't you? A television 
commercial for Holiday magazine. © 
Norman Jay Greene; Ic 30Apr48; DU14282. 

LAZARUS, Milton. 
Naughty Marietta. DU 15234. SEE Herbert, 
Victor. 

LAZY Andy Ant. C2244. SEE Fletcher, Helen 
Jill. 

THE LEADING man. C2678. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

LEAF Gum Company. 
It's your business tool C2041. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

LEAP year disposals. DU14535. SEE Peters, 
Detlev Haack. 

LEAVE it to Grandma. DP13517. SEE Stone, 
James Floyd. 

LEBLEAU, A. SEE Vercourt, Alfred. 

LECTURE course of lessons on how to play the 
accordion. C2067-2090. SEE Molinari, 
John. 

LECTURE course of lessons on how to play 
the piano. C2091-2114. SEE Dutton, Charles 
P. 

A LECTURE on salesmanship for dentistry. 
C2197. SEE Hein, Elmer Murl. 

LECTURE on shorthand reporting for boxing 
bouts. C2424. SEE Walker, William Joseph. 



LECTURE on the subject of comic strips. 
C2265. SEE Methven, Frank Thorpe. 

LEDER, HERBERT. 
Preview, a television script. © Herbert 

Leder; Ic 19Apr48; DU14055. 
Screen test, a television script. © Herb 
Leder; Ic 3Feb48; DU12725. 

LeDOUX, Celeste Ca-rel, pseud. SEE Games, 
Nello Runee. 

LEDYARD, ROBERT FRANCIS. 
Dinner winner script. Don't say "hello," 

your chances go. By Bob Ledyard. 

© Ledyard Radio Productions; Ic 14Jun48; 

C2734. 
Tele-tune script [for radio] by Bob Ledyard. 

© Ledyard Radio Productions; Ic 14Jun48; 

C2735. 

LEDYARD Radio Productions. 
Dinner winner script. C2734. SEE Ledyard, 

Robert Francis. 
Tele-tune script. C2735. SEE Ledyard, 

Robert Francis. 

LEE, DAI-KEONG. 
Waltzing Matilda, a musical play in two acts. 

tText only] © Dai-keong Lee; Ic 26Jan48; 
)U12891. 

LEE, James Henderson. 
An apple for Mam'selle. DU13637. SEE 
Gerstad, John Leif . 

LEE, LEONARD. 
Sweet poison, a play in three acts. © Leonard 

Lee; Ic 7Jun48; DU15116. 
Trip to Hollywood. DU13529. SEE Nelson, 

Richard Aaron. 

LEE, Norman. 
I married two men. DU13635. SEE Sylvaine, 
Vernon. 

LEE, Robert E. A. SEE The Children's Chapel 
(Radio program) 

LEE, VIRGIL JACKSON. 
Jennifer's fancy, a comedy of forgettulness, 
in three acts. © Virgil Jackson Lee, Jr.; 
Ic 6May48; DU14427. 

LEE and Lester. DU14820. SEE Widder, George 
McA lister. 

LEE of Virginia. DU15245. SEE The Cavalcade 
of America, no. 565. 

LEEDS, Corinne, pseud. SEE Levy, Corinne. 

LEEDS Music Corporation. 
We've come from the city. DP14042. SEE 
Haufrecht, Herbert. 

LEENE, H. Donald. SEE Layne, Leene & Greene 

LEENHOUTS, GRANT. 
Davey Jones' locker, a musical comedy in 
two acts and ten scenes. [Text only] 
© Grant Leenhouts; Ic 29Mar48; DU13668. 

LEFT foot, right foot. DU14218. SEE PhiUps, 
Anita. 

LEFTWICH, Josef. 

A message after a century. DU13995. SEE 
Oettingen, Edith Herrnstadt. 

THE LEGACY. DU13268. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 481. 

THE LEGEND of Sleepy HoUow. SEE Lichten- 
berg, Leo. The world's great stories. "The 
legend of Sleepy Hollow. DU14113. 

THE LEGEND of the living swamp. DU14678. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 335. 



LEHR, David Edward. 
Hellas belle. DU14448. SEE Stein, Louis 
Ronald. 

LEHR, Wilson Horton. 

Bayou legend. DU14286. SEE Dodson, Owen 
Vincent. 

LEIGHT, BERNARD BERTRAND. 
Take a chance on romance, a play in three 
acts. © Bernard Bertrand Leight; Ic 
21May48; on revisions and additions; 
DU14852. Prev. reg. "Reaching for the 
stars;" 25Nov47; D11719. 

LELAND, JOHN CLARK. 
Ten poimds, one cow; a play in one act. 
© John Clark Leland; Ic 16Feb48; DU13016. 

LEMAN, JAN JUDA. 
The tree of life, a play in three acts. © Jan 
Leman; Ic 28Apr48; DU14267. 

LENAHAN, Thomas William. 
Goose hunters. C2769. SEE Freestone, 
Arthur. 

LENARD, GRACE ELIZABETH. 
The new look to old songs. [Continuity] 
2 leaves. © Grace Elizabeth Lenard; Ic 
25Feb48; DU13139. 

LENNOCHE, Newt, pseud. SEE Connell, Edgar 
Newton. 

LEO Tolstoy's Power of darlyiess. DU15329. 
SEE Tolstoi, Lev Nikolaevlch. 



LEON, FeUx. 
Peter and the platypus. DU14428. 
kin, Louis. 



SEE Drop- 



LEONARD, George K. 

Glory goal. DU12555. SEE Harkrider, John. 

LEONCAVALLO, RUGGIERO. 
Zazi, commedia lirica in quattro atti- parole 
e musica di R. Leoncavallo- tratta (mla 
commedia di P. Berton e Cn. Simon, 
rlduzione per canto e pianoforte. Nuov. ed. 
[Nuova riduzione del Maestro Renzo Bianchi] 
Milano, Casa Musicale Sonzogno [1947J. 
184 p. © Casa Musicale Sonzogno di Piero 
Ostali; ljun47; DPI 2441. 



LEONE, Mar^. 
The doctor s decision. 
Siirchi, Enrico. 



DU13444. SEE 



LEONORA'S lost lover. SEE Erickson, Joyce 
Ann. The secret of the Green Grotto. 
DU12602. 

LePELLEY, GUERNSEY. 
When I was green, a farce -comedy in three 
acts. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson [1948]. 
110 p. illus. (A Row-Peterson play; 
© Row, Peterson & Co.; 2Jan48; DP12514. 

THE LEPER'S bell. DU12266. SEE Gariss, 
Jack Lyman. 

LE PRADE, RUTH. 

Tinglelangle, a fantasy in three acts, for 
children of all ages. © Ruth Le Prade; 
Ic 10Feb48; DU12847. 

LERNER, ALAN JAY. 
A dish for the gods, a vaudeville play with 
music, in two parts. Book and lyrics by 
Alan Jay Lerner, music by Kurt Weill. 
[Text only] © Alan Jay Lerner, Kurt 
Weill; Ic I7Mar48; DU13475. 

LERNER, EUGENE. 

The tender branch, a play in two sessions 
[acts] © Eugene Lerner; Ic 4Mav48- 
DU14442. 

LE ROY, Irvin, pseud. SEE Rosenthal, Erwin. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LEROY, the bingo game of the air. DU15080. 
SEE Tennant, Leroy Otis. 

LESCHETIZKY, The odor H. 
Alt-Wien. DP14708. SEE Lanner, Joseph 
Franz Karl. 

LESH, ULYSSES SAMUEL. 

The three guards, a play in five acts. 
© Ulysses Samuel Lesh; Ic 5Mar48; DU13301, 

LESLIE, Helene Wright. 
Irish confetti. DU14511, DU14929. SEE Cal- 
houn, Edward Joseph. 

LESLIE, Phil. SEE Fibber McGee and Molly 
(Radio program) 

LESLIE Ann Talbot. DU14180. SEE SarUe, 
Rudolf. 

THE LESSER evil. DU14583. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 858. 

THE LESSON, DU13858. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 527. 

A LESSON for Jack McGee. DU15293. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2403-1628. 

LEST we forget. DU13232. SEE Rosen, Her- 
bert Harry. 

LET 'em die. DU15149. SEE Hildebrand, Frank 
Harrison.- 

LET her help you seUI C2371. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

LET not man. DU12327. SEE Werbung, 
William Alexander. 

LET us be human again. DU12781. SEE Gour- 
faln, Joyce Potter. 

LET us prey. DU13015. SEE Bushman, Ed- 
ward C. 

LETRAZ, JEANDE. 
Epousez-nous, monsieur, piece en trois 

actes. Paris, Editions Nagel [1945]. 135 p. 

(Collection du theatre contemporain) © Les 

Editions Nagel; 10Sep45; DP15075. 
Epousez-nous, monsieur. SEE ALSO Reisfeld, 

Bert. Mail and female. DU14883. 
Mister In-Between. DU12947. SEE Green, 

Eric Mawby. 
Moumou. SEE Green, Eric Mawby. Mister 

In-Between. DU12947. 

LET'S be friends. DU13205. SEE Bolore, 
Agnes Roberts. 

let's gol SEE Rogoff, Elias M. Last aid. 
DU14521. 

let's play animals. DU14728. SEE MacDonald, 
Bruce, pseud. 

let's pretend (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Nila Mack. 
© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 

Nov. 22, 1947. Rumple stiltskin. © Ic 

13Jan48; DU12369. 
Dec. 13 1947. Snow White and Rose Red. 

© Ic 13Jan48; DU12370. 
Dec. 20, 1947. 'Twas the night before 

Christmas. © Ic 13Jan48; DU12371. 
Dec. 27, 1947. The house of the world. 

© Ic I3jan48; DU12372. 
Jan. 3, 1948. One Eye, Two Eyes, Three 

Eyes. © Ic 13Jan48; DU12373. 
Jan. 10, 1948. Beauty and the beast. © Ic 

30Jan48; DU12661. 
Jan. 17, 1948. The little lame prince. © Ic 

30Jan48; DU12662. 
Jan. 24. 1948. The Bremen town musicians. 

© Ic 30Jan48; DU12663. 
Jan. 31, 1948. The three feathers. © Ic 

30Jan48; DU12664. 



Feb. 7, 1948. The yellow dwarf. © Ic 

17Mar48:DU13489. 
Feb. 14, 1948. King Thrushbeard. © Ic 

17Mar48; DU 13490. 
Feb. 21, 1948. The bronze ring. © Ic 

17Mar48; DU13491. 
Feb. 28, 1948. Childe Roland to the dark 

tower came. © Ic 17Mar48; DU13492. 
Mar. 6, 1948. The crystal coffin. © Ic 

17Mar48; DU13493. 
Mar. 13, 1948. The elves and the shoemaker. 

© Ic lApr48; DU14382. 
Mar. 20, 1948. Joringel and Jorinda. © Ic 

lApr48; DU14383. 
Mar. 27, 1948. Heavenly music. © Ic 

lApr48; DU14384. 
Apr. 3, 1948. Alice in Wonderland. © Ic 

13May48; DU14629. 
Apr. 10, 1948. Alice through the looking glass. 

© Ic 13May48; DU14626. 
Apr. 17, 1948. Goldilocks and Prince Charming 

© Ic 13May48; DU14627. 
Apr. 24, 1948. The casUe of hatred. © Ic 

19May48; DU14755. 
May 1, 1948. The Emperor's new clothes. 

© Ic 19May48; DU14756. 
May 8, 1948. The goose girl. © Ic 19May48: 

DU14757. 
May 15, 1948. The fisherman and his wife. 

© Ic 13May48; DU14628. 
May 22, 1948. Jack and the beanstalk. © Ic 

19May48: DU14758. 
May 29, 1948. Sleeping Beauty. © Ic 8Jun48; 

DU15135. 

let's take a look. Script no. 1. DU12479. 
SEE Stern, Alan. 

let's take a look. Script no. 19. DU12157. 
SEE Brown, David. 

let's talk it out. C2247. SEE Dogin, Doris. 

let's talk it over, with Ida Newman. C2461. 
SEE Glasser, Mrs. Lester H. 

THE LETTER. DU13250. SEE The Sheriff, 
no. 170. 

LETTER from Albuquerque. DU13836. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2358-1583. 

A LETTER from America. DU15330. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

A LETTER from Harry. DU14336. SEE Stein, 
Leon Jack. 

LETTER from home. DU15130. SEE Yablonski, 
Margaret. 

LEVER Brothers Company. SEE 
Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories (Radio program) 
Call the Police (Radio program) 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 

LEVIN, BEATRICE. 
John Muir goes to Madison, a Wisconsin 
comedy in one act. Madison, Wisconsin 
Idea Theatre, cl948. 20 leaves. © Beatrice 
Levin; 15May48; DP14957. 

LEVIN, Meyer. SEE The Eternal Light 
(Radio program) 

LEVY, ANNETTE FRANCES. 
Repeat performance, an original story. 
Radio script. © Annette Frances Levy 
Ic 8May48; DU14462. 

LEVY, CHARLES S. 
Collection basket, a radio suspense drama. 
© Charles S. Levy; Ic 26Jan48; DU12811. 

LEVY, CORINNE. 
Hidden talent, by Corinne Leeds [pseud.] 
Lecture. © Corinne Leeds (Corinne 
Levy); Ic 29Apr48; C2552. 



LEVY, Lou. 
Neuroses of 1948. DU15272. SEE Englund, 
Ken. 

LEVY -Englund Productions. 
Neuroses of 1948. DU15272. SEE Englund, Ken. 

LEWELLEN, John Bryan. SEE 
Quiz Kids (Radio program) 
R.F.D. America (Radio program) 

LEWERTH, Margaret. SEE Reader's Digest- 
Radio Edition (Radio program) 

LEWIN, JOSEPH DAVID. 
Design criteria for dams on permafrost. 

[Lecture] © Joseph D. Lewin; Ic 29Dec47; 

C2131. 
Design of masonry dams to resist underwater 

explosions. [Lecture] © Joseph D. Lewin; 

Ic 29Dec47; C2132. 

LEWIS, Diane. SEE Wanted; A Place to Live 
(Radio program) 

LEWIS, FRANCES VICTORIA. 

The Air Exchange, the show that gives you 
the chance to exchange anything you don't 
need for something you want. [Radio 
script] © Frances Victoria Lewis; Ic 
30Mar48;DU13701. 

The Swap Shop, the show that gives you a 
chance to swap anything you don't need for 
something you want. [Radio script] © 
Frances Victoria Lewis; Ic 30Mar48; 
DU13706. 

The Trading Post, the show that gives you a 
chance to trade anything you don't need for 
something you want. [Sample script] © 
Frances Victoria Lewis; Ic 29Mar48; 
DU13681. 

LEWIS (FRANK) INC. 

An American enterprise. Film script. © 
The Parker Pen Co.; Ic 3Feb48; C2143. 

The finest ever knownl Film script. In- 
cludes commentary by Elmer Wheeler on 
"Superchrome." © The Parker Pen Co.; 
Ic 3Feb48; C2141. 

How to sell Quink. Film script. Includes 
commentary by Elmer Wheeler. © The 
Parker Pen Co.; Ic 3Feb48; C2144. 

How to sell the world's most -wanted pen. 
Film script. Includes commentary oy 
Elmer Wheeler. © The Parker Pen Co.; 
Ic 3Feb48; C2142. 

How you talkl Film script. Includes commen- 
tary by Elmer Wheeler. © The Parker Pen 
Co.; Ic 3Feb48; C2146. 

Market wise. Film script. Includes commen- 
tary by Elmer Wheeler. © The Parker Pen 
Co.; Ic 3Feb48; C2145. 

Road signs to your future. [Film script]^ 
© The Parker Pen Co.; Ic 19Jan48; C2O09. 

Your manners are showing 1 Film script. 
Includes commentary by Elmer Wheeler. 
© The Parker Pen Co.; Ic 3Feb48; C2140. 

LEWIS, IRWIN. 
An ideal candidate, a farce comedy in a 
prologue and three acts. © Irwin Lewis; 
Ic 22Jun48; DU15305. 

LEWIS, Lester. SEE Hollywood Screen Test 
(Television program) 

LEWIS, Marvin, pseud. SEE Berges, Max L. 

LEWIS, MILTON. 
Aladdin's lamp, a play in three acts. © Mil- 
ton Lewis; Ic 8Mar48; DU13379. 

LEWIS, MYRON HENRY. 
The home of your dreams, an educational 
radio continuity. © Myron H. Lewis; Ic 
28Apr48; DU14276. 

LEWIS, Philip. 
Woman of steel. DU15243. SEE The Ca'-,J- 
cade of America, no. 562. 



64 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LEWIS, Richard. 
Telo. DU14029. SEE Schubert, Bernard 
L. 

LEWTON, SAMUEL MOMROD. 

"GO" show. Mar. 27, 1948. [Continuity] 

© Teletime, inc.; Ic 5Apr48; C2396. 
Patents of the week, Feb. 7, 1948. [Continu- 

ityl © Teletime, inc.; Ic 12Feb48; C2165. 
Polling the electorate, a new form of public 

opinion program. Script for Mar. 18, 1948. 

© Teletime, inc.; Ic 22Mar48; C2300. 
Tele-window-shoppinaFeb. 7, 1948. [Con- 
tinuity] © Teletime, inc.; Ic 12Feb48; 

C2166. 
Window-shopping, Mar. 6, 1948. [Continuity] 

© Teletime, inc.; Ic 15Mar48; C2292. 

THE UARS' Club. DU14850. SEE Jones, 
George Chadwick. 

LIBERTY bells. DP14040. SEE Upfield, 
Jessie. 

LIBRAIRIE Gallimard. 
Grace encore pour la terre I DP12319. SEE 
Romains, Jules. 

UCHTENBERG, LEO. 
Our common heritage, by Lee Berg [pseud.] 

[Continuity] © Lee Berg; Ic 17Mar48; 

DU13480. 
Round the cracker barrel with Bing Crosby; 

audition script [for radio] by Lee Berg 

[pseud.] © Lee Berg; Ic 30Apr48; DU14298. 
Tms is adventure: Mexican War episode, by 

Lee Berg [pseud.] Continuity. © Lee Berg; 

Ic 10Feb48;DU13119. 
The world's great stories: Ejnsode from "The 

adventures of Tom Sawyer. ' [Continuity] by 

Lee Berg [pseud.] © Lee Berg; Ic 2Apr48; 

DU13777. 
The world's great stories: "The legend of 

Sleepy Hollow." [Continuity] adapted by Lee 

Berg [pseud.] © Lee Berg; Ic 20Apr48; 

DU14il3. 

LIEB, HERMANN. 
The frame-up, a play in a prologue and two 
acts, by Leslie Mercer [pseud.] © Hermann 
Lieb; Ic 14Jan48; on revisions; DU13163. 
Prev. reg. 25Nov31; D13390. 

UEBERMAN, JAY BENJAMIN. 
The generic concept and the grand hypothesis, 
a lecture. 19 leaves. © Jay Benjamin 
Lieberman; Ic 26Jan48; C2037. 

LIEBERSON, GODDARD. 
Angels unaware, a play in three acts. © God- 
dard Lieberson; Ic 3Dec47; DU12104. 

LIEBMAN, DOROTHY BACHMAN. 
Adam and Eve, a pantomime with songs. 
3 leaves. [Text only] © Dorothy B. Liebman; 
Ic 8Dec47; DU12532. 
The story of David, a three-act play with 
songs. 5 leaves. [Text only] © Dorothy 
B. Liebman; Ic 8Dec47; DU12534. 

LIEBMAN, MAX. 
The typical technicolor western. [A dramatic 
sketch] by Max Liebman and Sid Caesar. 
7 leaves. © Max Liebman, Sid Caesar; 
Ic 9Jan48; DU12596. 

LIEF, BERT WILLLAM. 
Reading from left to right, a comedy in 
three acts, by Bert W. Lief and Carl 
Fischer. © Carl M. Fischer, Bert W. 
Lief; Ic 20Apr48; DU14057. 

LIEF, MAX. 
Hooray for our side, a musical play in two 
acts, by Max Lief and Doris Gilbert. 
Lyrics by Max Lief. [Text only] © Max 
Lief, Doris Gilbert; Ic 14Jun48; DU15219. 

LIEGEOIS, L. 
Ma tante et ses neveux, vaudeville en 3 actes. 



LIEGEOIS, L. 

[par] L. Li^geois, Paul Roby [pseud, de 
Robert Evrard] et G. Eraers. Bruxelles, 
R. Vanden Acker [1947]. 122 p. (Collection 
th^atrale, Le trou du souffleur) © Paul 
Roby; 30Nov47; DP14498. 

LIEN of decedent's debts. SEE Spencer, 
Alberts. Estates in land. C2211. 

LIEUTENANT Nelson's mistake. DU13865. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2370-1595. 

LIFE and dreams. DU14079. SEE Cwojdzinski, 
Antoni. 

UFE CAN BE BEAUTIFUL (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by Carl Bixby 
and Don Becker. © Procter & Gamble Co. 

2417. Dec. 10, 1947. © Ic 9Jan48; DU12312 
2446. Jan. 20, 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12734. 
2460. Feb. 9, 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; DU13448. 
2488. Mar. 18, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13779. 
250r. Apr. 15, 1948. © Ic 5Mty48; DU14395. 
2551. June 15, 1948. © le 28Jun48; DU15368. 

LIFE can be musical. DU14375. SEE Norris, 
Marianna Elise. 

LIFE goes to Broadway. DU14795. SEE Long, 
Jesse Harry. 

UFE is for to-morrow I DU13687. See Wildt, 
Johannls. 

THE UFE OF RILEY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Irving Brecher. 
© Irving Brecher. 

C12. Nov. 22, 1947. © Ic lDec47; DU12107 
C14. Dec. 6, 1947. © Ic 15Dec47; DU12251 
- C15. Dec. 13, 1947. © Ic 22Dec47; DU1272i 
C16-C17. Dec. 20, 27, 1947. © Ic each 

17Feb48; DU12952-12953. 
C18. Jan. 3, 1948. © Ic 12Jan48; DU12720 
C19. Jan 10, 1948. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12808 
C20. Jan. 17, 1948. © Ic 26Jan48; DU12809. 
C21. Jan. 24, 1948. © Ic 2Feb48; DU12673 
C22. Jan. 31, 1948. © Ic 9Feb48; DU12817 
C23. Feb. 7, 1948. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12912 
C24. Feb. 14, 1948. © le 20Feb48r DU13008 
C25. Feb. 21, 1948. © Ic lMar48; DU13204 
C26. Feb. 28, 1948. © Ic 9Mar48; DU13376 
C27. Mar 6, 1948. © Ic 15Mar..o; DU13425 
C28. Mar. 13, 1948. © Ic 22Mar48; DU13552 
C29. Mar. 20, 1948. © Ic 25Mar48; DU13642 
C30-C31. Mar. 27, Apr. 3, 1948. © Ic each 

9Apr48; DU13884-13885. 
C32. Apr. 10, 1948. © Ic 15Apr48; DU14012. 
C33. Apr. 17, 1948. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14203. 
C34. Apr. 24, 1948. © Ic 3May48; DU14296. 
C35. May 1, 1948. © Ic 10May48; DU14513 
C36. May 8, 1948. © Ic 14May48; DU14639 
C37. May 15, 1948. © Ic 21May48; DU14794. 
C38. May 22, 1948. © Ic 14Jun48; DU15218. 
C39. May 29, 1948. © Ic 7Jun48; DU15122. 
C40. June 5, 1948. © Ic lljun48; DU15177 
C41. June 12, 1948. © Ic 22Jun48; DU15284. 
C42. June 19, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; DU15363. 

THE UFE of Rusty Owen. DU13658. SEE 
Anderson, Anah Marie. 

UFE with Mother. DU13494. SEE Lindsay, 
Howard. 

UFE'S problems. DU13461. DU13469. SEE 
Tell, Pincus W. 

LIKE breath into the wind. DU12659. SEE 
Andersen, Warren Edward. 

UKE father, like son. DU13831. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no 2365-l>.90. 

ULJENQUIST, DON CLIFFORD. 
Deseret, a romantic play in four acts, of life 
in early Utah. ©Don Clifford Lilienquist- 
Ic 28Apr48; DU14235. 



LILLE Redde Raiden Udde. SEE Bimonte, 
Richard Irplnio. Storris enne pommese fram 
Mamma Gus. C2585. 

ULLIE Ashton. DU14822. SEE Henderson, 
Charles Henry. 

ULLY, Lou. SEE P>ublic Prosecutor 
(Television program) 

ULY of Tombstone. DU14533. SEE Cole, 
Ruth Haggin. 

LIMBAUGH, CHARM. 

The wetback, a play in one act. © Charm 
Limbaugh; Ic 25May48; DU14997. 

UMBO. DU12823. SEE Phillips, Irving Walter. 

UNARES, Lina, pseud. SEE Bonfanti, NicoUna. 

UNCOLN takes a wife. DU13349. SEE Smith, 
Earl Hobson. 

UNCOLN the liberator. SEE Historic Arts 
Association. Extraordinary discoveries. 
DU12888. 

UND, Ole, pseud. SEE Rosenberg, Theresa. 

LINDEMUTH, JAMES DOUGLAS. 
Speaking of sports; no. 6 in a series of weekly 
radio programs. Feb. 21, 1948. © James 
Douglas Lindemuth; Ic 26Feb48; C2220. 

THE UNDEN tree. DU12292. SEE PriesUey, 
John Boynton. 

LINDSAY, HOWARl*. 
Life with Mother, a play in three acts, by 
Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. 
[Based on the book by Clarence Day] 
© Katharine B. Day, Howard Lindsay, 
Russel Crouse; Ic 10Mar48; Dul3494. 

UNDSAY, Vincent, pseud. SEE Stone, James 
Floyd. 

LINEK, Stephen N. 

The fifth wife. DU14385. SEE Kurlander, 
Regine J. 

UNG, EUGENE. 
Inside the wall, a screenplay, by Eugene Ling 
and Malvin Wald. 100 leaves. © Pathe 
Industries, inc.; Ic 9Jun48; DU15115. 

THE UON cage. DU12933. SEE Youtz, Philip 
NeweU. 

UONS after slumber. DU14312. SEE Bennett, 
Jay. 

UST, mylove. DU12246. SEE Lang, Leslie 
William. 

LISTEN to this. DP15104. SEE Westheimer, 
Louis E. 

THE USTENER'S contest— grab bag. DU13113. 
SEE Buclianan, Thomas S. 

USTENING therapy service offered by 
Self-Improvement Services. C2267. SEE 
Dogin, Doris. 

USTENING therapy— what is it? SEE Dogin, 
Doris. Let's talk it out. C2247. 

LITERARY and Theatrical Agency of the 
Syndicate of Czech Authors. SEE Syndicate 
of Czech Authors. Literary and Theatrical 
Agency. 

UTTLE, CHARLES WHITE. 

Created He them, a musical play in three 
acts. [Text only]^ © Charles White Little; 
Ic 10Feb48; DU12846. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LITTLE, CHRISTINE MAUD. 
Counter-wise, a dr-^.niatic play in two acts, 
by Christine Maud [pseud.]. © Christine 
Maud Little; Ic 8J^i48; Dul2281. 

LITTLE, L. Mappin. 
Appassionata. DU13417. SEE Gore-Browne, 
Margaret. 

LITTLE boy marine. DU14858. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 492. 

THE UTTLE lame prince. DU12662. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Jan. 17, 1948. 

A LITTLE learning. DU14284. SEE Boe, 
Leonard Clifford. 

A LITTLE leaven. DU12406. SEE The Greatest 
Story Ever Told, no. 51. 

LITTLE Mary Monahan. DU13638. SEE Nel- 
son, Robert Morton. 

UTTLE Miss White Boots. DU13771. SEE 
Doric, Ario. 

LITTLE Moses. DU12099. SEE Jones, ven- 
zuella. 

THE LITTLE people. AA81989. SEE Citron, 
Samuel Joseph. 

LITTLE Red Riding Hood. SEE 
Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows). DPI 3606 
Enea, Lena Mirabella. DU15052. 

UTTLE Sakiki. DPI 5343. SEE The Eternal 
Light, no. 165. 

A UTTLE thing like love. DU15282. SEE 
WiUock, Ruth. 

UTTLE town of Bethlehem. DU13057. SEE 
First Nighter, Dec. 25, 1947. 

LITTLE troubled rhythms. DU14255. SEE 
Sard, Russell Ellis. 

UTTLE white lie. DU13265. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 478. 

UTTLE white rabbit. DU12924. SEE Rubin, 
Daniel N. 

UTTLE women. SEE Wilder, Marion. A 
March Christmas Eve. DU12591. 

LIU, Wu-chi. ^ 
An emperor's tragedy. DU15201. SEE Yang, 
Tsun-pin. 

UVING death. DU13001. SEE Nunn, William 
Curtis. 

LLOYD, HARRY RICHARD. 

Electric equipment for wire winders. AIEE 
conference paper presented Apr. 1948. 
© General Electric Co.; Ic 21May48; 
C2712. 

LOCKE, SAM DAVID. 

The gallant greenhorn, a radio script; a new 
radio operetta book, replotted with new 
dialogue from "The gallant greenhorn" by 
McKellar and Darby. © Sam D. Locke; 
Ic 19May48; DU14744. 

The woman with red hair, a play in three acts. 
© Sam Locke, Paul Roberts; Ic 19Mar48; 
DU13632. 

LOCKRIDGE, IRENE. 
Angelette no. n-teen thousand and three; or. 
The color conscious conscience. A play in 
five scenes. © Irene Lockridge; Ic 
13May48; DU14640. 

LOCO with no motive. DU14316. SEE Jones, 
George Chadwick. 



THE LOCOMOTIVE murder case. 
SEE Fixler, Alvin. 



DU13685. 



LOEB, JACK BARTON. 
Break up the act; radio format and audition 
program script, by Jack Barton Loeb and 
E. Alfred Turner. © Jack Barton Loeb, 
E. Alfred Turner; Ic 8Dec47; DU12247. 
Break up the act, for a barrel of dough. 
DU14111. SEE Fletcher, Helen Jill. 



LOHNER, Fritz. 
Viktoria and her hussar. DP14041. 
Graham, Harry. 



SEE 



LOEHNER-BEDA, Fritz. SEE Lbhner, Fritz. 

LOEWI, Ruth. 
The speculator. DU12856. SEE Oswald, 
Richard. 

LOGAN, GENEVIEVE LOUISE. 

The lady of Loreto, a musical play in three 
acts, by Jeane Logan; with four musical 
numbers arr. by Gilbert Jordan. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Genevieve 
Louise Logan (maiden name: Stevenson); 
Ic 3Mar48; DU13639. 

LOGAN, Gwendolen. 
Stranger things have happened. DU13124. 
SEE Seller, Conrad. 

LOGAN, Jeane. SEE Logan, Genevieve Louise. 

LOGAN, Joshua. 
Mister Roberts. DU13470, DP14473. SEE 
Heggen, Thomas. 

LOGAN, Theta J. 
Twinkles. DU14882. SEE Abbott, Melba 
Delia. 

THE LOLUPOP tree. DU15119. SEE Jungclas, 
Joyce Valerie. 

LOMBARDO, SALVATORE SAM. 
Lassitude, a play in two acts, by Sal Lom- 
bardo. © Salvatore Sam Lombardo; Ic 
6Apr48; DU13814. 

LONDO, LESLIE BERNARD. 
Asa's wives, a play in three acts. © Leslie 
Londo; Ic ljun48; DU15089. 

LONDON Jack, pseud. SEE Butcher, John 
Robert. 

THE LONE RANGER (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© The Lone Ranger, inc. 

2333-1558. Jan. 2, 1948. Special six-guns, 

by Trendle-Striker. Pistol ring series, 

no. 1. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12685. 
2334-1559. Jan. 5, 1948. Package from Sam 

Colt, by Trendle-Striker. Pistol ring series, 

no. 2. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12686. 
2335-1560. Jan. 7, 1948. Six gun ring, by 

Trendle-Striker. Pistol ring series, no. 3. 

© Ic 19Jan48; DU12687. 
2336-1561. Jan. 9, 1948. Winning six guns, 

by Trendle-Striker. Pistol ring series, 

no. 4. © Ic 19Jan48; DU12688. 
2340-1565. Jan. 19, 1948. The silver spoon, 

by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 19Jan48; 

DU12689. 
2341-1566. Jan. 21, 1948. Prunella's 

chickens, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 19Jan48; 

DU12690. 
2342-1567. Jan. 23, 1948. Steam pressure, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 16Feb48; 

DU12972. 
2343-1568. Jan. 26, 1948. Old Stoopy, by 

Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12973. 
2344-1569. Jan. 28, 1948. Medicine for 

Lucky, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Feb48; 

DU12974. 
2345-1570. Jan. 30, 1948. On parole, by 

Trendle-Holt. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12975. 
2346-1571. Feb. 2, 1948. Breakneck Canyon, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12976. 



2347-1572. Feb. 4, 1948, The money box. 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Feb48; 
DU12977. 
2348-1573. Feb. 6, 1948. Ma Henry takes a 

hand, by Trendle-Goll. © Ic 16Feb48; 
DU12978. 
2349-1574. Feb. 9, 1948. Flood waters, by 

Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12979. 
2350-1575. Feb. 11, 1948. Hidden guns, by 

Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12980. 
2351-1576. Feb. 13, 1948. Mysterious 

stranger, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Feb48; 

DU12981. 
2352-1577. Feb. 16, 1948. Man of destiny, 

by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12982. 
2353-1578. Feb. 18, 1948. Pedometer one, by 

Trendle-Striker. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12983. 
2354-1579. Feb. 20, 1948. Pedometer no. 2, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12984. 
2355-1580. Feb. 23, 1948. Pedometer no. 3, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 16Feb48; DU12985. 
2356-1581. Feb. 25, 1948. Pedometer no. 4, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 10Mar48; DU13833. 
2357-1582. Feb. 27, 1948. Grandma Brown, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 10Mar48; DU13832. 
2358-1583. Mar. 1, 1948. Letter from Albu- 
querque, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 10Mar48; 

DU13836. 
2359-1584. Mar. 3, 1948. Runaway boy, by 

Trendle-Holt. © Ic 10Mar48; DU13835. 
2360-1585. iviar. 5. 1948. Holly HiU Holdup, 

by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 10Mar48; 

DU 13834. 
2361-1586. Mar. 8, 1948. ToU bridge, by 

Trendle-Striker. © Ic 10Mar48; DU13837. 
2362-1587. Mar. 10, 1948. Furnace Canyon, 

by Trendle -McCarthy. © Ic 10Mar48; 

DU 13838. 
2363-1588. Mar. 12, 1948. The wolf pack, by 

Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 10Mar48; DU13839. 
2364-1589. Mar. 15, 1948. Melissa Downs' 

nephew, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 10Mar48; 

DU13840. ' 

2365-1590. Mar. 17, 1948. Like Father, like 

son, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 10Mar48; 

DUi383l. 
2366-1591. Mar. 19, 1948. Long lost brother, 

by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 10Mar48; DU13830. 
2367-1592. Mar. 22, 1948. Murder and 

Thunder Martin, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

10Mar48; DU13829. 
2368-1593. Mar. 24, 1948. When stages meet, 

by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13863. 
2369-1594. Mar. 26, 1948. The sword, by 

Trendle-Goll. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13864. 
2370-1595. Mar. 29, 1948. Lieutenant Nelson's 

mistake, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 5Apr48; 

DU13865. 
2371-1596. Mar. 31, 1948. The story of 

Terry Hanson, by Trendle-Merrill. © Ic 

5Apr48; DU13866. 
2372-1597. Apr. 2, 1948. Border Patrol, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13867. 
2373-1598. Apr. 5, 1948. A fight for peace, by 

Trendle -DougaU. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13868. 
2374-1599 to 2377-1602. Apr. 7, 9, 12, 14, 

1948. Special Frontier Town sequence, 

no. 1-4, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic each 

5Apr48; DU13869-13872. 
2378-1603. Apr. 16, 1948. Bob Strong's 

legacy, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 5May48; 

DU14584. 
2379-1604. Apr. 19, 1948. El Gringo, by 

Trendle-Holt. © Ic 5May48; DU14585. 
2380-1605. Apr. 21, 1948. The man from 

Missouri, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 5May48; 

DU14586. 
2381-1606. Apr. 23, 1948. Singapore's peg 

leg, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 5May48; DU14587. 
2382-1607. Apr. 26, 1948. Luke learns a 

lesson, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 5May48; 

DU14588. 
2383-1608. Apr. 28, 1948. The dragon kite, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 5May48; DU14589. 
2384-1609. Apr. 30, 1948. Judge Brennan, by 

Trendle-Striker. © Ic 5May48; DU14590. 
2385-1610. May 3, 1948. The colonel's 

daughter, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 5May48; 

DU14591. 
2386-1611. May 5, 1948. Lookout tower 



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mystery, by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 

5May48; DU14592. 
2387-1612. May 7, 1948. The raft, by 

Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 5May48; DU14593. 
2388-1613. May 10, 1948. Dancehall of 

death, by Trendle-Goll. © Ic 5May48; 

DU14594. 
2389-1614. May 12, 1948. Fathers-at-law, by 

Trendle -Dougall. © Ic 5May48; DU14595. 
2390-1615. May 14, 1948. Judge Brennan's 

decision, by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 17May48; 

DU14683. 
2391-1616. May 17, 1948. Sagebrush Hollow 

mystery, by Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 17May48; 

DU14682. 
2392-1617. May 19, 1948. Rainbow's gold, 

by Trendle -McCarthy. © Ic 17May48; 

DU 14684. 
2393-1618. May 21, 1948. Silver spurs, by 

Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 17May48; DU14685. 
2394-1619. May 24, 1948. Free election, by 

Trendle -Dougall. © Ic 17May48; DU14686. 
2395-1620. May 26, 1948. RusUer's cave, by 

Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 4Jun48; DU15225. 
2396-1621. May 28, 1948. Brother Graham 

fights for peace, by Trendle -McCarthy. 

© Ic 4Jun48; DU15226. 
2397-1622. May 31, 1948. Will Clayton's 

gold, by Trendle -Beattie . © Ic 4jiin48; 

DU15227. 
2398-1623. June 2, 1948. The Munson gang, 

by Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 4Jun48; DU15228. 
2399-1624. June 4, 1948. A call from Rosita, 

by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 4Jun48; DU15229. 
2400-1625. June 7, 1948. Tunnel adventure, 

by Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 21Jun48; DU15290. 
2401-1626. June 9, 1948. OuUaw trail, by 

Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 21Jun48; DU15291. 
2402-1627. June 11, 1948. Cargo for Clara- 
belle, by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 21Jun48; 

DU15292. 
2403-1628. June 14, 1948. A lesson for Jack 

McGee, by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 21Jun48; 

DU15293. 
2404-1629. June 16, 1948. Obidiah Jenkins 

and the bank robbers, by Trendle -McCarthy. 

© Ic 21Jun48; DU15294. 
2405-1630. June 18, 1948. If a body finds a 

body, by Trendle -McCarthy. © Ic 21Jun48: 

DU15295. 

THE LONE Ranger, inc. SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

LONG, JESSE HARRY. 
Life goes to Broadway, a musical revue of 
the Times Square scene. In two acts, with 
prologue and finale. [Text only] © Jesse 
Harry Long; Ic 21May48; DU14795. 

LONG, WILUAM H. 
A queen is born, a one -act play. © William 

H. Long; Ic 27Apr48; DU14207. 
The wall, a play in two acts and seven scenes. 
© William H. Long; Ic 27Apr48; DU14206. 

LONG lost brother. DU13830. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2366-1591. 

THE LONG shot. DU13611. SEE The Adventures 
of Frank Merriwell, no. 62. 

LONGMANS (Dorchester) ltd. 
Branwell. DP15044. SEE Richards, Aline 
Mary Campion. 

LONGMANS, Green and Company, inc. 
Butterflies and balsam. DP13879. SEE Knox, 
Florence Clay. 

LONGOIS, FRANaS THOMAS. 
May God forgive me, a play. 89 leaves. © 
Francis T. Longois; Ic 3May48; DU14836. 

THE LOOK. DU15144. SEE Psaris, George 
Peter. 



LOOK eastward. DU14525. 
Townsend Tyler. 



SEE Brewster, 



LOOK homeward, angel. SEE Hutner, 
Herbert Hart. Believe yourself. DU12419. 

LOOKING in, the story of your company and 
your future. C2657. SEE Handy Qam) Organ- 
ization, inc. 

LOOKOUT tower mystery. DU14592. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2386-1611. 

LOOS, ANITA. 
Happy birthday, a play in two acts. New York, 
S. French [1948, C19471. 113 p. iUus. 
© Anita Loos; 12May48: DP14649. Prev. 
reg. 15May47; D unp. 9429. 

LOOSE nuts are dangerous. C2125. SEE 
Roche, William Bosworth. Automobile safety 
jingles for radio, L-7. 

LOOTING the Gena Company. DU13737. SEE 
Johnson, Leah. 

LOPATA, VIRGINLA W. 

Johnny Appleseed. [Television script] © Vir- 
ginia W. Lopata; Ic 3May48; DU142g5. 

Mightier than the drums, an original radio 
script, by Virginia Lopata and Michael 
Maremont. © Virginia W. Lopata, Michael 
Maremont; Ic 3May48; DU14293. 

The six servants, an adaptation of Grimms' 
fairy tale, for radio. © Virginia W. Lopata; 
Ic 3May48; DU14294. 

LORD, DANIEL ALOYSIUS. 
The mirror of truth, a play in pantomime 
[in seven scenes]. 16 p. © Queen's Work, 
inc., St. Louis; lTOec47; DP12443. 

LORD, George C, pseud. SEE Jones, George 
Chadwick. 

LORD (PhilHps H.) inc. SEE 
David Harding, Counterspy (Radio program) 
Gang Busters (Radio program) 
Treasury Agent (Rac&o program) 

LORD and Roberts Recordings. 
Eliminate it. DU14320. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 
The Great Bull. DU14314. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 
The hunter. DU14851. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 
The Liars' Club. DU14850. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
Loco with no motive. DU14316. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
Paid in full. DU14318. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 
Push-em-up Tony. DU14315. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
That old gang of mine. DU14313. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
That's a violation. DU14317. SEE Jones, 

George Chadwick. 
Who's who. DU14319. SEE Jones, George 

Chadwick. 



LORE, Mark, pseud. 
Clinton. 



SEE Camp, Joseph 



LORENZ, ELLEN JANE. 
The shadow of the Cross, an Easter shadow 
program of song and story. Book based 
upon the Scriptures by Ellen Jane Lorenz, 
lyrics by Herman von Berge, music by 
Ellen Jane Lorenz. Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz 
Pub. Co., C1948. 24 p. illus. © Lorenz 
Pub. Co.; 2Jan48; DP13010. 

LORENZ P>ublishing Company. 
The shadow of the Cross. DP13010. SEE 
Lorenz, Ellen Jane. 

LORING, HELEN. 
Ahmenl DU14271. SEE Salzman, Frances 

Klenett. 
Babies aren't problems; it's their parents. 



A 13-week series on modern sensible baby 
care, culled from the newest approved 
pediatric practices. [Sample script] © 
Frances Klenett Salzman; Ic 5Mar48; DU13432 
The fateful moment. DU13434. SEE Salzman, 
Frances Klenett. 

LOSE your tempo. DU14643. SEE Siegel, 
Morton. 

THE LOST inheritance. DU13233. SEE Jackson, 
Martin Henry. 

THE LOST love song. DU13948. SEE Adams, 
Frank Ramsay. 

LOST lovers. DU14799. SEE Rosenberg, Jack. 

THE LOST waltz. SEE Drake, WilUam A. 
Two hearts in waltz time. DU12398. 

LOTHROP, Rachel Warren. 
The baker and his neighbour. DU15110. SEE 

Power, Rhoda Dolores. 
China poblana. DU15098. SEE Power, Rhoda 
Dolores. 

THE LOTUS eaters. DU15237. SEE Hall, 
Eugene Jakway. 

LOU Walters' stars of tomorrow. DU13707. 
SEE Walters, Louis E. 

THE LOUD Patrick. DU14254. SEE McKenney, 
Ruth. 

LOUDER please. DU14942. SEE Kraft Tele- 
vision Theatre, no. 52. 

LOUGHREY, JONATHAN. 
Yes, if you catch me in the barn; a tolderollell 
from Connecticut folklore, in four acts. A 
revision of his "Strange things happen in 
Connecticut." © Jonathan Loughrey; Ic 
10Mar48; DU13373. 

LOVE and honey. DU13116. SEE Blackwell, 
Paul Clark. 

LOVE at hindsight. DU14141. SEE Diamant, 
William Martin. 

THE LOVE holdup. DU12635. SEE Young, 
William Bertram. 

LOVE, honor, and O'Day. DU14597. SEE Chase, 
Lloyd. 

LOVE in a looking glass. DU15125. SEE Cor- 
bett, Leonora. 

LOVE in idleness. DP13937. SEE Rattigan, 
Terence. 

LOVE in the swamps. DP15416. SEE Holly- 
wood Recordo-Script Service. 

LOVE is like radar. SEE Gauldin, Maude 
Eleanor Coimts. The lady knows her mind. 
DU14819. 

LOVE is stranger than fiction. DU14761. SEE 
First Nighter, Feb. 12, 1948. 

LOVE of atom, wrath of star. DU14022. SEE 
Gallenstein, Leo Jacob. 

LOVELL, JOHN. 
The moon is a street lamp, a drama in three 
acts. © John Lovell, Jr.; Ic 5Jan48; DU12217. 

LOVELL, Phileo R., pseud. SEE Richter, Clara 
S. 

LOVELY to look at. DP12119. SEE Johnson, 
Philip. 

LOVER. DU12958. SEE Stubbs, Kenneth Norman. 

LOVERS and madmen. DU14210. SEE Mead, 
Ralph Henry. 



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LURCH, BRUCE JOHN. 

The dog walker, a satire in three acts, by 
Bruce Brighton [pseud.] © Bruce John 
Lurch; Ic 16Feb48; DU13129. 

LUSK, H, H. 
Florodora. DU14596. SEE Orman, Max. 

LUSTIG, DAVE. 
Milo, the masked magician; radio and tele- 
vision script, by Dave Lustig and Jerry 
Ross. © Dave Lustig, Jerry Ross; Ic 
23Dec47; DU12252. 

LUX RADIO THEATRE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by J. Walter 
Thompson Co. © Lever Brothers Co. 

Nov. 3, 1947. Singapore. © Ic 3Dec47; 

DU12128. 
Nov. 10, 1947. The dark corner. © Ic 

3Dec47; DU12129. 
Nov. 17, 1947. Nobody lives forever. © Ic 

3Dec47; DU12130. 
Nov. 24, 1947. Saratoga trunk. © Ic 22Dec47; 

DU12356. 
Dec. 1, 1947. The ghost and Mrs. Muir. 

© Ic 22Dec47; DU12354. 
Dec. 8, 1947. Ride the pink horse. © Ic 

22Dec47; DU12355. 
Dec. 15, 1947. [Magic town] © Ic 31Dec47; 

DU12352. 
Dec. 22, 1947. Miracle on 34th Street. © Ic 

6Jan48; DU12490. 
Dec. 29, 1947. Anchors aweigh. © Ic 

16Jan48; DU12531. 
Jan. 5, 1948. [The farmer's daughter] © Ic 

16Jan48; DU12529. 
Jan. 12, 1948. Kiss of death. © Ic 4Feb48; 

DU12874. 
Jan. 19, 1948. The yearling. © Ic 4Feb48; 

DU12873. 
Jan. 26, 1948. [Notorious] © Ic 4Feb48; 

DU12872. 
Feb. 2, 1948. Mother wore tights. © Ic 

20Feb48;DU13132. 
Feb. 9, 1948. Lady in the lake. © Ic 20Feb48 

DU13134. 
Feb. 16, 1948. The Jolson story. © Ic 

27Feb48; DU13398. 
Feb. 23, 1948. T-Men. © Ic 12Mar48; 

DU13455. 
Mar. 1, 1948. Bad Bascomb. © Ic 12Mar48; 

DU13454. 
Mar. 8, 1948. Spellbound. © Ic 2Apr48; 

DU13750. 
Mar. 15, 1948. Irish eyes are smiling. 

© Ic 2Apr48; DU13751.^ 
Mar. 22. 1948. A woman's vengeance. © Ic 

2Apr48; DU13752. 
Mar. 29, 1948. I love you again. © Ic 9Apr48 

DU13895. 
Apr. 5, 1948. Daisy Kenyon. © Ic 19Apr48; 

DU14064. 



Api. 19, 1948. Random harvest. © Ic 

10May48; DU14465. 
May 10, 1948. [Intrigue] © Ic 26May48; 

DU14937. 
May 17, 1948. The homesuetch. © Ic 26May4 

DU14938. 

LUZANA. DU14144. SEE Matthews, Eddie. 

LYNCH, GEORGE RALPH. 
The vagabond's dream, by Gregory O'Lynn 
[pseud.] A musical revue and water ballet 
combination, in three settings and six scenes. 
[Text only] © George R. Lynch; Ic 23Feb48; 
on revisions; DU15078. Prev. reg. 23Feb46; 
D4060. 

LYNDON, BARRE. 
Barrelhouse, a play in two acts. © Barr^ 
Lyndon; Ic 10Feb48; DU13118. 

LYNN, Foster, pseud. SEE Hugo, Stella Lynott. 

LYJSfN, Virginia Safford. SEE First Nighter 
(Radio program) 

LYON, Herb. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

LYONS, Jean. 
Alexander proposes. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DP13966. 

LYSANDRE. DU12848. SEE Paul, John. 

LYSISTRATA. SEE Paul, John. Lysandre. 
DU12848. 

LOVERS are strange birds. DU15304. SEE 
Pek, Desider P. 

LOVE'S old sweet dream. DU13259. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 472. 

LOWE, JOSEPH. 
Expose, a half-hour dramatized radio pro- 
gram. © Joseph Lowe; Ic 6Feb48; 
DU12826. 

LOWENSTEIN, MILTON DEWEY. 

The bridge that sleeps, a play of China, in 
four acts and a prologue. © Milton D. 
Lowenstein; Ic 14Jan48; DU12397. 

THE LOWEST depths. DU13742. SEE Gibbs, 
Wolcott. 

THE LOWLY milkman. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. DPI 3087. 

LOWTHER, GEORGE FRANCIS. 
You, the private eye; an Adventure House 
production. [Television script] © George 
Francis Lowther; Ic 24May48; DU15205. 



THE LOYALTY of Chief. DU12694. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 515. 

LUCHS, Fred E. SEE Sermon of the Week, 
no. 45. C2282. 

LUCHSINGER, CHUCK. 
Cartoon teletales- television program. 
May 26, 1948. © Chuck Luchsinger; 
Ic 7Jun48; DU15378. 

LUCIA'S progress, and other novels. SEE Van 
Druten, John. Make way for Lucia. DU14604. 

LUCKY accident. DU14863. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 488. 

LUCKY anniversary. DU14829. SEE Fairbanks, 
William F. 

LUCKY eleven— it's a naturall DU14527. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

LUCKY one. DU13700. SEE Hall, Alfred J. 

LUCY Larcom. DU13618. SEE Mackay, Con- 
stance D'Arcy. 

LUDLUM, STUART D. 

How to beautify your windows, by Stuart D. 
Ludlum, Daniel Kusell, and Richard S. 
Winship. Film script. © Hunter Douglas 
Corp.; Ic 29Dec47; DU14224. 

LUDWIG, EMIL. 
Le retour d'Ulysse, com^die en trois actes. 
(In Les Oeuvres Ubres. Nouv. s^r., no. 
22~(248}. Paris, A. Fayard [1947]. p. [263] 
-319) © Emil Ludwig; 30Dec47; DPI 4247. 

LUKE learns a lesson. DU14588. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2382-1607. 

LUKENS, ALLEN FRANCK. 
Selection of electric drives for looms. C2708. 
SEE Demartini, Robert John. 

THE LUMEN Winter presentation. SEE Hark- 
rider, John. All American sportarama. 
DU12559. 

LUMET, BARUCH. 
The Jewish soldier, a dramatic poem in one 
scene. © Baruch Lumet; Ic lMar48- 
DU13277. 

LUMP in my throat. DU14509. SEE Todd 
Robert E. 

LUNN, NINA K. 
Venus was an amateur; or. Ever since Eve. 
Outline for a book on the female hormones 
8 leaves. © Nina K. Lunn; Ic 23jan48- C2018 



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- M - 

MKR'S Art Outlook. 
Why is modern art? C2556. SEE Riley, 
A^ude Kemper. 

MA, Henry takes a hand. DU12978. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2348-1573. 

MA PERKINS (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Orin Tovrov. 
© Procter & Gamble Co. 

3766. Jan. 5, 1948. © Ic 9Tan48; DU12307. 
3788. Feb. 4, 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; 

DU12738. 
3811. Mar. 8, 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; 

DU13445. 
3830. Apr. 2, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; 

DU13784. 
3853. May 5, 1948. © Ic 5May48; 

DU14393. 
3873. June 2, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; 

DU15366. 

MA tante et ses neveux. DP14498. SEE 
Liegeois, L. 

MAAS, ROGER B. 
The thirtieth star, a Centennial Day play 
for children in the elementary grades, 
with choral speaking, music and dancing. 
Arranged from an original play of the 
same title by Robert E. Gard and from 
materials by Fred Holmes. © Roger B. 
Maas; 12Feb48; DP14475. 

MABRY, IRENE B. 
Romance and happiness pass me by, a 
drama for radio, motion picture, etc. 
4 leaves. © Irene B. Mabry; Ic 
19Feb48; DU13619. 

McALEAVY, CHARLES RAYMOND. 
The decayed soldier, a screenplay. 
© Charles Raymond McAleavy; Ic 
22Jun48; DU15306. 

THE MacALLISTER fortune. DU12518. 
SEE Gordon, Ruth. 

McCABE, TERRENCE WILLIAM. 
Waverly Place, a play in six scenes. 
© Terrence W. McCabe; Ic 19May48; 
DU14731. 

McCAHON, CAROL. 
The Quinby report, a play in three acts, 
by Carol and Robert McCahon. © Carol 
McCahon, Robert McCahon; Ic 5Apr48; 
DU13786. 



McCAHON, Robert. 
The Quinby report. DU13786. 
McCahon, Carol. 



SEE 



McCALL, LEO THOMAS. 
A case on Mallory, a play in three acts. 
© Leo T. McCall; Ic 26Jan48; DU12570. 

McCANN-Erickson, inc. SEE 
Dr. Christian (Radio program) 
The Sheriff (Radio program) 

McCarthy, jeremiah aloysius. 

We. [Lecture] © Jeremiah Aloysius 
McCarthy; Ic llFeb48; C2162. 

McCarthy, aeve. see 

The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

MacCARTNEY, John A. 
The anti-histamines— new hope for the 

allergic. C2193. SEE Parke, Davis & 

Co. 
The damned detail man. C2191. SEE 

Parki, Davis & Co. 



Mend your fences— now! C2191. SEE 

Parke, Davis & Co. 
New horizons in health. C2190. SEE 

Parke, Davis & Co. 
The pharmaceutical change of life. C2194. 

SEE Parke, Davis & Co. 

McCARTY, EDWARD CLAYTON. 
The man on the stairs, a mystery-comedy 
in three acts. Evanston, HI., Row, 
Peterson [1948]. 119 p. Ulus. (A Row- 
Peterson play) © Row, Peterson & Co.; 
Ijun48; DP15258. 

McCLASKEY, HENRY M 
An address prepared for delivery to the 
Advertising Club of Louisville, Kentucky. 
© Henry M. McClaskey, Jr.; Ic 12Jan48; 
C2200. 

McCLEERY, WILLIAM. 
A play for Mary, a comedy in three acts. 
© William McCleery; Ic 24Dec47; 
DU12421. 

McCLINTOCK, MARION E. 
Fashion forum; Totem Freelancers' fash- 
ion show audition. Mar. 5, 1948. Radio 
script. © Marion McCllntock; Ic 
15Apr48; C2414. 

McCONNAUGHY, HETTIE GRANGE. 
Her name will be Lucretia, a play in four 
scenes. © Hettie Grange McConnaughy; 
Ic 16Dec47; DU12698. 

McCONNOR, Vincent. 
A joy forever. SEE Madden, Cecil 
Charles. Chelsea Reach. DU12244. 

McCORMACK, HERBERT PETER. 
All things are yours, a satiric fantasy in 
two acts. © Herbert Peter McCormack; 
Ic 26Feb48; DU13159. 



McCORMICK, Robert Kelly. 
The Whoopstars. DU12849. 
rider, John. 



SEE Hark- 



McCORMICK and Company. 
Give 'em both barrels. C2042. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

McCOY, PAUL STEVENS. 
The Pay-off, a comedy in one act. San 

Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, cl948. 

16 p. © Banner Play Bureau, inc.; 

29Apr48; DP14434. 
She must wear green, a comedy in one 

act. San Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, 

cl948. lip. © Banner Play Bureau, 

inc.; lMar48; DP13731. 
Three isn't a crowd, a fifteen- minute 

comedy for two men and two women. 

San Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, 

cl948. 12 p. © Banner Play Bureau, 

inc.; lMar48; DP13724. 

McCOY, TERENCE J. 
Mister God, a drama in a prologue and 
three acts. © Terence J. McCoy; Ic 
30Apr48; DU14411. 

McCRACKEN, ESTHER HELEN (ARM- 
STRONG). 

No medals, a play in three acts. London, 
S. French [1947]. 100 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 162) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 17Dec47; 
DP13720. Prev. reg. 6Jan45; D unp. 
91829. 

McCRACKEN, James. SEE The Cisco Kid 
(Radio program) 

McCUE, Mrs. George. SEE De La Torre, 
Lillian. 



Mcculloch, PoUy jo. 

Sidesaddle Sue. DU13153. SEE Boggs, 
Benton Boone. 

McCURDEY, CATHARINE MILLER. 
Princess Scheherazqueer and the Jinn, 
Rickey; or, Should a girl eat? A play 
by Katherine Mllar fpseud.J 8 leaves. 
© Catharine Miller McCurdey; Ic 
20jan48; DU12988. 
Will o' the wisp, a dramatico-musical 
production in two acts, by Katherine 
Millar [l^pseud. 1 Text only. ©Catharine 
Miller McCurdey; Ic 25May48; on ad- 
ditions to libretto and lyrics; DU15023. 
Prev. reg. 25Mar47; D8696. 

McDONAGH, RICHARD P. 
The most grateful man in the world, a 
special program, Nov. 26, 1947. 
© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 
28Nov47; DP12484. 

MacDONALD, BRUCE, pseud, of Herman 

Krasnow and Philip Eisenberg. 

The birthday record; [for children] 
age 3 to 6. Recording script. © Her- 
mann Krasnow, Philip Eisenberg; Ic 
12Apr48; DU14729. 

Let's play animals; [for children] 
age 2-5. Recording script. © Hermann 
Krasnow, Philip Eisenberg; Ic 12Apr48; 
DU14728. 

McDonald, Catherine. 

You're atomic, a musical comedy. Book 
and lyrics by Catherine McDonald and 
Kermit Hunter, music by Kermit Hunter. 
82 leaves. © Catherine McDonald, 
Kermit H. Hunter; Ic 12Apr48; DU14114. 

McDonald, Frederick h. 

Proposal for Rotary tower of world friend- 
ship and international hall of progress. 
An address to the Rotary Club of Charles- 
ton, S. C.,Jan. 20, 1948. © Frederick 
H. McDonald; Ic 30Dec47; C2154. 

McEnroe, robert edward. 

Oliver Erwenter, a play in three acts. 
© Robert E. McEnroe; Ic 24Mar48; 
DU13599. 

MACfiRIE. AF7307. SEE sartori, Domeni- 
co. 

McGILL, Earle L. 
Plays from radio. A20272. SEE Lass, 
Abraham Harold. 

McGLASHAN, NORMAN. 
Two sharps and a flat, a mystery play in 
three acts and five scenes. © Norman 
McGlashan; Ic 15May48; DU14665. 

McGOWAN, JACK. 
No return, a play in two acts. © Jack 
McGowan; Ic 23Jan48; DU12638. 



MacGOWAN, Kenneth. 
The torch-bearers. DP13973. 
Kelly, George Edward. 



SEE 



McGRAW Electric Company. Toastmaster 
Products Division. 

Proud possession. C2333. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

MacGREGOR, Jock. SEE Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 



McGUIRE, Karl. 
Mail and female, 
feld, Bert. 



DU14883. SEE Reis- 



McGUIRE, MARION AGNES. 
A house to live in, the story of an Amer- 
ican family; a three-act play, with pro- 



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McGUIRE, MARION AGNES. Cont d. 
logue and epilogue. © Marion A. 
McGuire; Ic 2Feb48; DU12682. 
The seed seller, a play in three acts. 
© Marion Agnes McGuire; Ic 25May48; 
DU14990. 

McGUIRE, Richard Paul. 
Living death. DU13001. SEE Nunn, 
William Curtis. 

MACIIARD, ALFRED. ^ 
La femme perdue, piece inedite en trois 
acta s et six tableaux. (la Lisez-moi, 
Mar. 25, Apr. 10, Apr. 25, May 10, 1947) 
© Alfred Machard; 25Mar47, 10Apr47, 
25Apr47, 10May47; DP13190-13193. 

MacINNES, HELEN. 
None but the fair, a play in three acts. 
© Helen Maclnnes; Ic lMar48; DU13234. 

MACK, Nila. SEE Let's Pretend (Radio 

program) 

MACKAY, CONSTANCE D'ARCY. 

Ladies of the White House, a chrono- 
logical play for a feminine cast. 
Boston, W. H. Baker Co. ri948l. 27 p. 
(Baker s royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 2Jan48; DP12574. Prev. reg. 
18Jul45; D unp. 94304. 

Lucy Larcom, a play in three acts. The 
story of the first New England woman 
poet. © Constance D'Arcy Mackay; Ic 
lMar48; DU13618. 

McKENNEY, RUTH. 
The Loud F>atrick, a comedy In three acts, 
by Ruth McKenney and Richard Bransten. 
Based on the book "The Loud Red 
Patrick," by Ruth McKenney. © Ruth 
McKenney, Richard Bransten; Ic 
26Apr48; DU14254. 

MACKENZIE, MARJORIE. 
Last year's nest, a play in three acts. 
© Marjorie Rfeckenzie; Ic lApr48; 
DU13992. 

McKINNEY, JOHN ROBERT. 
No other gods, a play in two acts. © John 
Robert McKinney; Ic 25Feb48; DU13095. 

McKINNEY, MAYME. 
Monkey business, a vaudeville skit. 
© Allen A. DuLany; Ic 8Mar48; DU13916. 

MacLACHLAN, ROBERT ANTHONY. 

Daughters of Venus; At dawn, tomorrow. 
A drama in three acts, © Robert 
Anthony MacLachlan; Ic 24May48; 
DU14931. 

Homeward, my love; Glorious Gloria. A 
Canadian comedy in three acts. © 
Robert Anthony MacLachlan; Ic 14May48; 
DU14658. 

McLAIRD, Arthur M. 
King Arthur and his knights. DU14412. 
SEE Rogers, Art. 

McLARTY, JOHN. 
Rock a dry baby with Dr. Pheiffer's 
wiper diapers. [Radio commercial] 
© John McLarty; Ic 17Dec47; C1985. 

Mclaughlin, Mignon. 

The darling. DU12723. SEE McLaughlin, 
Robert. 

Mclaughlin, Robert. 

The darling, a play in three acts, by 
Robert and Mignon McLaughlin; based 
on a story by Anton Chekov. © Robert 
McLaughlin, Mignon McLaughlin; Ic 
18Dec47; DU12723. 



MacLEAN, DOUGLAS. 
Never again. DU12455. SEE St. Johns, 
Adela Rogers. 

McNALLY, JAMES JOSEPH. 
Dr. Christian— and 40 seconds; or. The 
doctor and his ... seconds. A radio 
script, by James Joseph McNally, St., 
and Evelyn Maria Thompson. © James 
J. McNally, Sr.; Ic 22Apr48; DU14147. 

McNAMEE, EDWARD. 
Gladys, a four-act comedy. © Edward 
McNamee; Ic 25Nov47; DU12106. 

McOUT'SInn. DU13820. SEE Ness, 
Joseph Dalgleish. 

McOWEN, BERNARD J. 
After forty. DU15152. SEE Glann, James 
Frank. 

MacPARTLAND, GEORGE PARNELL. 
Born under Leo; or. Men and their stars. 
A thirty-minute radio play. © Parnell 
MacPartland; Ic 10Mar48; DU13375. 



McQueen, Jessle. 
Careers in home economics. 
Schrock, Margaret. 



SEE 



McQueen, MUdred Hark. SEE Hark, 
Mildred. 

McQueen, Noel. 
Heart trouble. DP12090. SEE Hark, 

Mildred. 
It's so complex. DP12089. SEE Hark, 

Mildred. 
The moon keeps shining. DP13366. SEE 

Hark, Mildred. 
Thanks to George Washington. DP12626. 

SEE Hark, Mildred. 

MacRAE, Mrs. Cameron F. SEE MacRae, 
Lillian. 

MacRAE, LILLIAN. 
Tomorrow will be Tuesday, a play in 
three acts, by Lillian MacRae. © Lil- 
lian MacRae (Mrs. Cameron F. Mac- 
Rae); Ic 25May48; DU14984. 

MADAM Ada. DP14651. SEE Harris, 
Aurand. 



MADAM President. 
Coburn, Mary. 



DU13534. SEE 



MADDEN, CEQL CHARLES. 
The business wife, a modern comedy in 
three acts, by Cecil Madden and John 
Cheney. © Cecil Madden, John Chenefy; 
Ic 29Apr48; DU14522. 
Chelsea Reach, a comedy in three acts; 
being a free adaptation from "A joy 
forever," by Vincent McConnor. 
© Cecil Charles Madden; Ic 28Nov47; 
DU12244. 
Emergency exit, a play in two acts, by 
Cecil Madden and MacGregor Urqu- 
hart. © Cecil Charles Madden; Ic 
27Jan48; DU13017. 
The perfect murder, a. play in three acts; 
freely adapted from ' No evidence," 
a play by MacGregor Urquhart. 
© Cecil Charles Madden; Ic 27Feb48; 
DU13228. 

MADISON, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Terrell, 
Dorothy. 

MADLY we smil--. DU15189. SEE Good- 
man, Daniel Carson. 

MAETERLINCK, Maurice. 
Pelleasand Melisande. DU12956. SEE 
Staw, Sala. 



MAGGY. DU14322. SEE The Hour of St. 
Francis (Radio program) 

THE MAGIC earrings. DU13127. SEE 
Watson, Florence E. 

THE MAGIC flute. DU14091. SEE Bar- 
rett, Katharine. 

THE MAGIC island. DP15139. SEE 
KnoUer, Jacob. 

THE MAGIC of Limping John. DU14507. 
SEE Hotchner, Aran Edwin. 

THE MAGIC of the Samscheh Mitschebat. 
DU12214. SEE Petty, William Hfertin. 

THE MAGIC star. DU15165. SEE Tulik, 
Jane C. 

MAGIC town. DU12352. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Dec. 15, 1947. 

THE MAGIC wand. DU12633. SEE Smith, 
Benjamin Vernon. 

MAGNETIC Recording Sound Libraries, 

inc. 

Her philosophy of love. DU13281. SEE 
Juhl, Curt. 

The Hour of Operatic Charm. SEE The 
Hour of Operatic Charm (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Symphonic Hour of Tone Poems. SEE 
Symphonic Hour of Tone Poems (Radio 
program) 

THE MAGNIFICENT McGuires. DU15101. 
SEE Meany, John Joseph. 

THE MAGNIFICENT Vanes. DU13852. 
SEE Morelli, Richard Vernon. 

MAIDEN venture. DU14624. SEE Bailey, 
Angus Alexander. 

MAIER, GEORGE E. 
The true circle of equation. [Lecture] 
© George E. Maier; Ic 2Feb48; C2195. 

MAIER, NATHAN. 
And if elected ... , a play in three acts. 
© Nathan Maier; Ic 2Mar48; DU13338. 

MAIL and female. DU14883. SEE Reis- 
feld, Bert. 

THE MAIL robbery. DU14577. SEE Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 529. 

THE MAIN reasons why dentistry has 
failed to control oral diseases. C2232. 
SEE Kelly, John Lawrence. 

MAINTAINING a healthful condition of the 
cuticle of the skin. C2299. SEE Clark, 
John Wesley. 

MAINVILLE, ELDOR JEAN. 
Other little people, a three-act play. 
© Eldor Jean Mainville; Ic 10May48; 
DU14453. 

MAKE way for Lucia. DU14604. SEE Van 
Druten, John. 

MAKER of thunderbolts. DU12298. SEE 
Miller, Allen Cowen. 

LE MALADE imaginaire. SEE Moliere, 
Jean Baptiste Poquelin. L'amour 
medecin. DP12314. 

MALA WICK, IRENE. 
Why men marry, a comedy scenario in 
the worst way, hotter than twin beds. 
110 leaves. © Irene Malawick; Ic 
30Mar48; DU13994. 



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MALKIN, Richard P. 
Step a little closer. DU15266. SEE 
Cotler, Gordon. 

MALKIN, ROBERT LEE. 
Only God and Ivan Knsky, a play in one 
act, with two scenes. © Robert Lee 
Malkin; Ic 16Jan48; DU12401. 

MALMBERG, PfflLLIPP GEORGE. 
Col-O-Rado; Centennial State. An orig- 
inal musical comedy in three acts. 
y^ext and music on separate leaves] 
Phillipp G. Malmberg; Ic 19May48; 
DU14889. 

MALTBY, HENRY FRANCIS. 
Something more important, a Grand 
Guignol playlet. 15 leaves. © Henry 
Francis Maltby; Ic 3May48; DU14449. 

MALTZ, MAXWELL. » 
The refugee, a 'play in three acts. 
© Maxwell Maltz; Ic 22]un48; DU15307. 

MALVIN, ARTHUR. 
Telecrime, by Arthur Malvin and Rich- 
ard Falcon. [Television script] 
© Arthur Malvin, Richard Falcon; Ic 
16Feb48; DU13117. 

MAMSELLE Majolie. SEE Neugass, Miriam 
Newman. Voudou and Virgin. DU13354. 

THE MAN from Mars. DU13140. SEE 
Blashill, John Stuart. 

THE MAN from Missouri, DU14586. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no, 2380-1605. 

THE MAN from Paris. DU14445. SEE 
West, Evelyn, 

A MAN from Sodom. DU14335. SEE 
Wainer, Bert. 

THE MAN from the Ministry. DP13873. 
SEE Bingham, Madeleine. 

THE MAN from Topeka. DU12822. SEE 
Stein, Morris. 

MAN in the making. DU14178. SEE Kane, 
Albert Morris. 

THE MAN Moses. DP14437. SEE Bow- 
man, Phil. Greatest stories of all time, 
no. 5. 

THE MAN nobody knows. SEE Hoffman, 
Herman Benjamin. 
My brother's keeper. DU15156. 
Perplexed. DU13405. 

MAN of destiny. DU12982. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2352-1577. 

THE MAN on the stairs. DP15258. SEE 
McCarty, Edward Clayton. 

THE MAN said — . DU14354. SEE Clark, 
Hal. 

THE MAN who corrupted Hadleyburg. 
DU12853. SEE Evslin, Bernard. 

THE MAN who couldn't whistle. DU12851, 
DU13089. SEE Greene, Robert Stern. 

THE MAN who grew young. DU13774. SEE 
Gilmore, Edward Joseph. 

THE MAN who knows. DP15014. SEE 
Dowling, Jennette. 

THE MAN who shaved in the dark. 
DU13246. SEE The Sheriff, no. 166. 

THE MAN who was death. DU13910. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 326. 



THE MAN who wouldn't be an angel. 
DU14211. SEE The Casebook of Dr. 
Conrad, Criminologist, no. 1. 

THE MAN with the Book among American 
Indians. DU14613. SEE Ragatz, Mary 
Ellen, 

THE MAN with the Book among the 
colored people. DU14614. SEE Ragatz, 
Mary Ellen. 

THE MAN with the Book among the Japa- 
nese. DU14608. SEE Ragatz, Mary Ellen. 

THE MAN with the Book among the Philip- 
pines. DU14607. SEE Ragatz, Mary EUen. 

THE MAN with the Book in China. DU14610. 
SEE Ragatz, Mary Ellen. 

THE MAN with the Book in Egypt. DU14611. 
SEE Ragatz, IVfery EUen. 

THE MAN with the Book in Mexico. 
DU14609. SEE Ragatz, Mary Ellen. 

THE MAN with the Book in rural United 
States. DU14612. SEE Ragatz, Mary 
Ellen. 

MANAGED marketing. DU12648. SEE 
Wilding Ftcture Productions, inc. 

MANAGEMENT conference: Group rela- 
tions. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 

MANAGEMENT conference: Human rela- 
tions. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 

MANAGEMENT conference: Management 
fundamentals. SEE Maynard, Harold 
Bright. 

MANAGEMENT controls. C2702. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Management fundamentals, 
21st day. 

MANAGEMENT, key to prosperity. C2163. 
SEE Stewart, Robert L. 

MANAGEMENT'S opportunity for a better 
America. C2685. SEE Maynard, Harold 
Bright. 

MANCUSO, LOUIS GUSTAVE. 
A preliminary paper on hyperplasia and 
degenerative conditions. © Louis 
Gustave Mancuso; Ic 10May48; C2569. 

MANDEL, FRANK. 
Ten, a play in two acts and an epilogue, 
by Frank Mandel and Morgan Wallace. 
© Frank ^fendel, Morgan Wallace; Ic 
llMay48; DU14519. 

THE MANDRAKE root. DU13563. SEE 
Weiss, Louis. 

MANFRED. DU13337. SEE Schick, Elliot. 

MANHATTAN Mary. SEE Nelson, Robert 
Morton. Little Mary Monahan. DU13638. 

MANN, Joseph, pseud. SEE Mannarino, 
Joseph A. 

MANNARINO, JOSEPH A. 
Two left feet, by Joseph Mann [pseud.] 
A musical comedy in two acts. [Text 
only] © Joe Mann; Ic 26Apr48; 
DU14174. 

MANNING, MARY. 
Witches' Sabbath, a fantasy in one act. 
© Mary Manning; Ic 16Mar48; DU13633. 



MANNING, GAIL FELIX KEITH-JONES. 
The eye of the beholder, a dream in three 
acts, by Gail Keith-Jones. © Gail 
Felix Keith-Jones Mannino; Ic llMay48; 
DU14520. 

A MAN'S best friend. C2363. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 



MANSCHINGER, Kurt Karl. 
The barber of New York. DU13605. 
Manschinger, Margarethe. 



SEE 



MANSCHINGER, MARGARETHE. 
The barber of New York, opera in one 
act. Book by Greta Hartwig [pseud.] 
Lyrics adapted from poems of the 
eighteenth century; music by Ashley 
Vernon [pseud. ] Vocal score. 143 p. 
illus. 'Bibliographical notes": p. 143. 
© Ashley Vernon, pseud, of Kurt Karl 
Manschinger; Ic 24Mar48; DU13605. 

MANSFIELD, Katherine. 
The daughters of the late colonel. 
DU12928. SEE Beachner, Louis. 

MANTINBAND, James Howard. 
Kingslake. DU13302. SEE Meyer, Chris- 
tian Diedrich. 

MARCEL, GABRIEL. 
Theatre comique. Paris, Editions Albln 
Michel [1947]. 355 p. Contents.— 
Colombyre; ou, Le brasier de la-paix. 
Comedie en trois actes. — La double 
expertise, comedie^en un acte. — Les 
points sur les I, piece en un acte. — Le 
divertissement posthume, piece en deux 
actes. © Albin Michel; 7Jul47; DP12576. 

A MARCH Christmas Eve. DU12591. SEE 
Wilder, Marion. 

THE MARCH of freedom. DP14707. SEE 
Babin, Gregory. 

THE MARCH of Time. SEE Time, inc. 

MAKCHAND, LfiOPOLD, 
Le secret des dieux, comedie en trois 
actes. © Leopold Marchand; Ic ljun48; 
DU15086. 

MARCUS, Frank. 
Joe and Asbestos. DU13076. SEE Kling, 
Ken. 

MARCUS, MAURE. 
The atomic inlay, a satire in three acts, 
by Maure Marcus and Phil Nelson. 
© Maure Marcus, Philip Nelson; Ic 
26May48; DU15007. 

MARCUS, Peter L. 
Breakwater. DU12838. SEE HUliard, 
Frank. 

MAREMONT, Mchael. 
Mightier than the drum& DU14293. SEE 
Lopata, Virginia W. 

MARGARET and the Met. DU12284. SEE 
Shubert, John Jason. 

MARGARET in Fairyland. DP15157. SEE 
O'Kelly, Tim. 

MARILOU. DP14779. SEE VoUmer, Jorge 
Carlos Rodolfo. 

MARINO, JOHN NICHOLAS. 
Johnny loves the whole wide world, a play 
in three acts. © John Nicholas Marino; 
Ic 15May48; DU14667. 

MARITZA. DP12122. SEE Layer- Parker, 
Robert. 



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MARIZANCfiNE, pseud. SEE Castro 
Fernandez, Hector Alfredo. 

MARKED for trouble. DU15401. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 82. 

MARKET research. C2686. SEE May- 
nard, Harold Bright. Management con- 
ference: Management fundamentals, 
2nd day. 



MARKET wise. 
(Frank) inc. 



C2145. SEE Lewis 



MARKO, ROBERT. 
Call me a genius, a comedy in three acts. 
© Robert Marko; Ic 26Apr48; DU14169. 

MARKOPOULOS, PETER GEORGE. 
Candy Jameson. [Continuity] © Peter 
Markopoulos; Ic 13May48; DU14616. 

MARKS, Glenn Julian. 
Hitting the headlines. DU13020. SEE 
Youdale, Kenneth Hudson. 

MARLETT, MELBA. 
A touch of marriage, a play in three acts, 
by Melba Marlett and Schuyler Watts. 
© Melba Marlett, Schuyler Watts; Ic 
21Apr48; on revisions; DU14253. Prev. 
reg. "The uncertain glory;" 29Aug47; 
D10908. 

MARLY, JEAN. 
Only puppets have strings, a play in three 

acts. © Jean Marly; Ic 17May48; 

DU14671. 
The pet asp, a three-act comedy- 3atire. 

© Jean Marly; Ic 28Nov47; DU12218. 
Stooge for destiny, a mystery in three 

acts. © Jean Marly; Ic 17May48; 

DU14672. 

MARRAZZO, Edith T. 
Your building counselor. C2153. SEE 
Blakelock, Edith T. 

MARRIAGE by elimination. DU12632. 
SEE Edelstein, David Henry. 

MARRIAGE can work. DU12702. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE MARRIAGE contract. DU12448. SEE 
Dugan, Lawrence Joseph. 

MARRIAGE included Mother. DU13196. 
SEE Buss, Carl Alfred. 

THE MARRIAGE tax. DU15025. SEE 
Weis, Blanche G. 

MARRIED women. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Corporation taxes. C2210. 

MARSALES, Frank A. 
Mr. Stork. DU13657. SEE Newport, 
Carolyn Johanna. 

MARSH, CHARLES L. 
Pan-base, a lecture on the need for a 
pancake foundation lotion. © Charles 
L. Marsh; Ic 3May48; C2559. 

MARSHALL, GRANT. 
River boy, a tragic fantasy with music, 
in six scenes. © Grant Jfer shall; Ic 
21Jan48; DU12634. 

MARSHALL, Howard. 
The hump. SEE Woodworth, Myron 
Gale. Torch of the middle spaces. 
DU13900. 

MARSHALL, HOWARD EDWARD. 
Bachelor of arts, a play in three acts. 
© Hov;ard Edward Marshall; Ic 
15Mayi8; DU14668. 



MARSHALL, Rex, pseud. SEE Shantz, 
Marshall B. 

MARSHALL Field and Company. SEE 
Field (Marshall) and Company. 

MARSHALL musical portraits. C2586. 
SEE Hough, Marshall I. 

MARTIN, FRANCIS BERNARD. 
Your friend and mine, a play in three acts, 
by Frank Martin. © Francis B. Martin; 
Ic 16Apr48; DU14071. 

MARTIN, JOHN ARVIL. 
No mother to guide her, a musical play 
in three acts. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © John Arvil Martin; 
Ic 13Feb48; Dul5352. 

MARTIN, JOHN M. 
The dilemma, a dramatic reading. 

4 leaves. © Wet more Declamation 

Bureau; lSep47; DP12468. 
The night bell, a dramatic reading. 

3 leaves. © Wetmore Declamation 

Bureau; lSep47; DP12469. 



THE MARTIN and Lewis show. 
SEE Zwirn, Bernard Phillip. 



DU14060. 



MARTIN Chuzzlewit. SEE Blumert, 
Joseph. Chuzzlewit. DU12473. 

MARTINEZ DE RIVAS, PATRICIA. 
Gay deception, a comedy drama in three 
acts, by P. Barry Carruthers [pseud.] 
© Patricia Martinez de Rivas; Ic 
28Jan48; DU12930. 

MARUSKA. DU12701. SEE Houpy, LiUian 
Marie. 

MARVIN, JULIE. 

Isidore Cohen, American citizen. [Re- 
cording script] © Julie Marvin, Irving 
E. Bizman; Ic 7Jan48; DU12492. 

Nancy from Delancey. [A script] 
© Julie Marvin, Irving E. Bizman; Ic 
9Jan48; DU12498. 

Yingile Bingile. DU12499. SEE Bizman, 
Irving E. 

MARY and John. DU13810. SEE Schryock, 
Buren. 

MARY Magdalene. DU13036. SEE Rich- 
ardson, Eos Petty. Portrait gallery of 
Bible women. 

MARY, Mother of Jesus. DU13037. SEE 
Richardson, Eos Petty. Portrait gallery 
of Bible women. 

MARY, mother of John Mark. DU13035. 
SEE Richardson, Eos Petty. Portrait 
gallery of Bible women. 

MARY, sister of Martha. DU13032. SEE 
Richardson, Eos Petty. Portrait gallery 
of Bible women. 

MASHKfiVITCH, Nata. SEE Denis, Natha- 
lie (Mashkevitch). 

MASICH, EDNA MARIE BRUGIER. 
A night in old New Orleans, a musical 
play in two acts. [Text only] © Edna 
Marie Brugier Masich; Ic 14May48; 
DU14634. 

THE MASK of youth. DU13655. SEE Mas- 
son, Madeleine. 

A MASQUERADE in Vienna. DU12527. 
SEE House, L. Margueritte. 



MASSON, MADELEINE. 
The mask of youth, a play in three acts. 
© Madeleine Masson; Ic 26Mar48; 
DU13655. 

THE MASTER builder. SEE Donnet, 
Marie. Henrik Ibsen's "The master 
builder." DU13924. 

THE MASTER swindle. DU12374. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 95. 

MATER, REUBEN R. 
The mystery call; radio script. © Reu- 
ben R. Mater; Ic 20Feb48; C2219. 

MATHEWS, Eric. SEE Mathews, Frederic 
John. 

MATHEWS, FREDERIC JOHN. 
Boy, a play in three acts, by Eric Math- 
ews. © Frederic John Mathews; Ic 
7May48; DU14454. 

MATHEWS, Vera, pseud. SEE Schoenbaum, 
Vera Marie. 

MATHIESON, THEODORE WILLIAM, 
Mother was a goose, a mystery-comedy 
in three acts. © Theodore William 
Mathieson; Ic 20Jan48; DU12451. 

MATRIMONY a la Mexico. DP13728. SEE 
Carter, Leslie H. 

MATT Talbot. DU12864. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

A MATTER of evidence. DU12967. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 842. 

MATTHEWS, EDDIE. 
Luzana, a musical play in three acts. 
[Text only] © Eddie Matthews; Ic 
21Apr48; DU14144. 

MATTHEWS, JOHN F. 
The scapegoat, a play with music, in seven 
scenes and a prologue. Suggested, in 
part, by Franz Kafka's novel, "The 
trial." [Title in German: Der Prozess] 
Text only. © John F. Matthews; Ic 
21May48; DU14821. 

MATTINGLEY, Betty Ann. 
Sorority sisters. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

MATTY and Min in "The boarder." 
DU12521. SEE Booth, Phrya Hecker. 

MAUCK, JACK A. 
The California centennial. No. 1: Cali- 
fornia comes of age, a fifteen- minute 
radio script, Jan. 26, 1948. © Jack 
Mauck; Ic 2Feb48; DU12675. 

MAUD, Christine, pseud. SEE Little, 
Christine Maud. 

MAUER, ARNOLD F. 
Park Avenue, Harlem; a play in three 
acts. © Arnold F. Mauer; Ic 12May48; 
DU14538. 

MAUGHAM, DORA ISABEL. 
Daughter knows best, a play in three acts. 
© Dora Isabel Maugham; Ic 19Apr48; 
DU14134. 

MAUGHAM, William Somerset. 
Then and now. SEE Teal, Arthur E. 
Best seUer. C2703. 

MAUPASSANT. DU12300. SEE Kettering, 
Ralph Thomas. 



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MAUPASSANT, Guy de. 
Albert Herring. DP14043. SEE Cro- 
zier, Eric. 

THE MAURICE method of creative sty- 
ling. C2621. SEE Berube, Maurice. 

MAYOR, OSBORNE HENRY. 
It depends what you mean, an improvisa- 
tion for the glockenspiel, by James 
Bridie [pseud.] London, Constable 
[1948]. 79 p. (Theatre edition of plays). 
A play in three acts. © Osborne Henry 
Mavor; 12Feb48; DP14503. 

MAXIMOVTCH, Lazar Nicholas. 
Old boys with high boys. DU13075. SEE 
Slade, Kathryne Doremus. 

MAY God forgive me. DU14836. SEE 
Longois, Francis Thomas. 

MAYS ERR Y, Robert. 
The wedding of the princess. DU13530. 
SEE Wing, Paul. 

MAYER, DAVID. 
Take him by his left leg, a satire in three 
acts. © David Mayer; Ic 27Apr48; 
DU14239. 

MAYER, Herbert L. 
Julie. DU14932. SEE Barrett, Katharine. 

MAYER, NATALIE. 
The air-ventures of Johnny Stamp; around 
the world via airmail. A musical play- 
let for young people, ages 4 to 15. [In 
eight scenes, with prologue and finale]. 
New York, Charling Music Corp., cl948. 
1 v. (unpaged). (The Charling musical 
playlet series) f) Charling Music Corp.; 
lMar48; DP13762. 

MAYNARD, HAROLD BRIGHT. 
Management conference: Group relations. 

© Harold Bright Maynard; Ic each 

22May48. 

4th day. Introduction to group relations. 
C2622. 

5th day. Historical sketch of group rela- 
tions. C2623. 

7th day. Origins of modern group prob- 
lems. C2624. 

8th day. Economic concepts and group 
relations. C2625. 

10th day. The psychological nature of 
groups. C2626. 

11th day. Basic groups affecting indus- 
try. C2627. 

13th day. Areas of group conflict. 
C2628. 

14th day. How to handle a grievance. 
C2629. 

16th day. Getting facts for group prob- 
lems. C2630. 

17th day. The elements of discipline. 
C2631. 

19th day. The judicial attitude. C2632. 

20th day. Creating and promoting morale. 
C2633. 
Management conference: Human relations. 

© Harold Bright Maynard; Ic each 

22May48. 

2nd day. Introduction to individual dif- 
ferences. C2635. 

3rd day. Identifying individual differ- 
ences. C2636. 

4th day. Controlling your behavior. 
C2637. 

5th day. Self-interest vs. society. C2638. 

7th day. On your ups and downs: the 
manic. C2639. 

8th day. On your downs and ups: the 
depressive. C2640. 

9th day. On beir^ shy: the autistic. 
C2641. 

10th day. On being right: the paranoid. 
C2642. 



nth day. Project making tendencies: 
the epileptoid. C2643. 

13th day. Practice in identifying com- 
ponents and combinations. C2644. 

14th day. Practice in identifying compo- 
nents and combinations. C2645. 

15th day. Habits of living. C2646. 

16th day. Mental health. C2647. 

17th day. Sales and bargaining prin- 
ciples. C2648. 

19th day. Individual temperamental 
motivations. C2634. 

20th day. Individual motivation for train- 
ing. C2649. 

21st day. General analysis of tempera- 
ment. C2650. 

22nd day. Application of principles to 
employee problems. C2651. 
Management conference: Management 

fundamentals. © Harold Bright Maynard; 

Ic each 24May48. 

2nd day. Market research. C2686. 

3rd day. Finance and business ^ructure. 
C2687. 

4th day. Planning for sales. C2688. 

5th day. Planning the expansion. C2689. 

7th day. Plant layout. C2690. 

8th day. Developing the organization. 
C2691. 

9th day. Development of organization 
chart. C2692. 

10th day. Job evaluation and "merit rating. 
C2693. 

nth day. Testir^, selecting, and hiring. 
C2694. 

13th day. Operator training. C2695. 

14th day. Production planning and inven- 
tory control. C2696. 

15th day. Timekeeping and dispatching. 
C2697. 

16th day. The budget as a basis for cost 
control. C2698. 

17th day. Wage incentive application. 
C2699. 

19th day. Paper work and record keep- 
ing. C2700. 

20th day. Public relations. C2701. 

21st day. Management controls. C2702. 
Management's opportunity for a better 

America. [Lecture] © Harold Bright 

Maynard; Ic 24May48; C2685. 

MAYNE, Flore Ve, pseud. SEE Boyce, 
Florence Victoria May Lackner. 

MAYNE, Joseph H. 
Shockproof shipping. C2759. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
The wise choice. DU12652. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

MAYO, JOHN HIMES. 
The snowman, a play in three acts. 
© John Himes Mayo; Ic 6Feb48; DU12796. 

MAYO, RUTH ROLOFF. 
Behind castle walls; or. In old Mexico. 
Operetta for grade schools in two acts. 
Lyrics and dances by Ruth Roloff Mayo, 
book and music by Adella Carlson Altman. 
Complete with music, dialogue, stage and 
costume directions. Cincinnati, Willis 
Music Co., cl948. Unison and two-part. 
60 p. © The Willis Music Co.; 8Mar48; 
DP13387. 

MAYORGA, MARGARET (GARDNER), ed. 
The best one-act plays, 1947-1948. New 
York, Dodd, Mead, 1948. 278 p. illus. 
Contents. —On this green bank, by Sylvan 
Karchmer. — The sunny side of the atom, 
by Carl Beier and Ruth Ashton. — Suffer 
the little children, by Nicholas Bela. — 
V.'ho are the weavers, by Joseph Shore 
and Scott Graham Williamson. — A woman's 
privilege, by Mirrijane and Joseph Hayes. 
— Franicie and Albert (a play with music) 
by Elizabeth Wilson Hughes. — Easter eve, 



by Anna F. Trevisan.— Through a glass, 
darkly, by Stanley Richards.— The 
meadow, by Ray Bradbury. —Before the 
bullfight, by Theodore Apstein. — Selected 
plays of the year.- New collections of 
one-act plays. © Dodd, Mead & Co., 
inc.; 17May48; AA83794. 
Twenty short plays on a royalty holiday; 
vol. 3. (1947 to 1950). New York, 
S. French, 1948 [i. e., 1947]. 373 p. 
Contents.— The far-distant shore, by 
Robert Finch and Betty Smith.— Book- 
lovers, by John Kirkpatrick.— Hometown, 
by Marcus Bach.— Viva Mexico, by Betty 
Bandel.— Stranger than fiction, by Phoebe 
Smith. — The cut-throat, attributed to 
Lope de Vega; adapted by M. Jagendorf. — 
Death at Fredericksburg, by Edgar R. 
Emery.— Tom Sawyer's morning, adapted 
by Regina Brown.— A share in freedom, 
by Esther E. Olson.— Angel child, by 
James Reach. — Appomattox, by George 
Seibel.— Stranger in the night, by Rachel 
Reynolds and Phoebe Smith.— Who 
picked Mrs. Flower? by Dorothy Nichols 
and Dorothy Wyman.— Brilliant perform- 
ance, by Marjorie Allen. — Private Mc- 
Kay's ghost, by Betty Brown and Robert 
Knipe. — Papa never done nothing much, 
by E. P. Conkle. — Sorority sisters, by 
Betty Ann Mattingley. — Service Club, 
by William M. Kephart. — Alexander 
proposes, by Jean Lyons.— The trial of 
Socrates, by Alfred Kreymborg. 
© Samuel French; 15Apr47; DP13966. 



ME and Molly. 
Gertrude. 



DU14009. SEE Berg, 



ME and my 'orse. SEE Farjeon, Joseph 
Jefferson. Benologues. DP13502. 

MEAD, RALPH HENRY. 
Lovers and madmen, a comedy in three 
acts. © Ralph Mead; Ic 8Mar48; DU14210. 

THE MEADOW. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. The best one-act plays, 
1947-1948. AA83794. 

MEAN Street. DU12619. SEE Hutton, 
Michael Clayton. 

MEANY, JOHN JOSEPH. 
The magnificent McGuires, a comedy in 
three acts. © John J. Meany; Ic 3Jun48; 
on additions and revisions; DU15101. 
Prev. reg. "Pigskin paradise;" 15Nov43; 
D86009. 



MEARSON, Lyon. 
The vulture in the parlor. 
Mearson, Rose Mary. 



DU12257. SEE 



MEARSON, ROSE MARY. 
The vulture in the parlor, a play in three 
acts, by Rose Mary and Lyon Mearson. 
© Rose Mary Mearson, Lyon Mearson; 
Ic 19Dec47; DU12257. 

MECHEM, KIRKE FIELD. 
The land of the young, a play in three acts. 
© Kirke Field Mechem; Ic llMar48; 
DU13394. 

MEDBERRY, Mrs. Carrol. 
Escape into danger. DU14345. SEE 
Latham, Paul. 

MEDICAL nomenclature. C2505. SEE 
Erikson, Eben W. 

MEDICINE for Lucky. DU12974. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2344-1569. 

MEEHAN, John. 
Ghosts, inc. DU14402. SEE Phipps, 
Thomas W. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



MEET Arizona. DP12091. SEE Brown, 
George Murray. 

MEET Happy, the rabbit. DU12537. SEE 
The Mystery Castle, no. 3. 

MEET Miss Boo. DU14840. SEE Reader's 
Digest— Radio Edition, no. 115. 

MEET the cousin. DU13923. SEE Rosen, 
Joe. 

MEET the woodwind family. DU14342. 
SEE Highways and Byways to Music 
(Radio program) 

THE MEETING. SEE Novelli, Gastone. 
Wiedersehen. DU12407. 

MEETS Foxy Woxy. DU12536. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 2. 

MELISSA. Downs' nephew. DU13840. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2364-1589. 

MELLIS, Herbert. 
Cash on the line. DU14617. SEE Kagan, 
Bernard. 

MELODY, harmony, rhythm. DU15100. 
SEE Highways and Byways to Music 
(Radio program) 

MELODY madhouse. DP13515. SEE 
Sprague Basse (Toulouse) 

MELONEY, William Brown. 
The Hallams. DU12612. SEE Franken, 
Rose. 

MELVILLE, ALAN. 
Some items from Sweetest and lowest, 
by Alan Melville and Charles Zwar. 
London,^ S. French [1948]. 30 p. 
(French's acting edition, no. 565) Con- 
tents. — Swing bridge. — Long lie. — 
Self-portrait. — Film foursome. — Days 
of Daly's. — Pantomime visit. — Etchings. 
— Amo, amas. — Initiative. © Samuel 
French, ltd.; 2Mar48; DP13940. 

MELVILLE, Herman. 
Moby Dick. SEE Wilson, Gilbert Brown. 
The white whale. DU13922. 

MELVILLE. RICHARD L. 

Oh Romeo! A ten- minute comic skit, for 
2 men and 2 women. San Francisco, 
Banner Play Bureau, cl948. 11 p. 
© Banner Play Bureau, inc.; lAfer48; 
DP13726. 

Whatta ya know about that? A farcical 
episode in one blast, for 2 men and 2 
women. San Francisco, Banner Play 
Bureau, cl948. 11 p. © Banner Play 
Bureau, inc.; lMar48; DP13727. 

MELVIN, A. Gordon. 
All American sportarama. DU12559. 

SEE Harkrider, John. 
Brain, Brawn and Spirit, inc. DU12561. 

SEE Harkrider, John. 
Fame Field. DU12839. SEE Harkrider, 

John. 
Fish story. DU12556, DU12841. SEE 

Harkrider, John. 
Glory goal. DU12555. SEE Harkrider, 

John. 
Green Table, U.S. A. DU12840. SEE 

Harkrider, John. 
Horse opera. DU12558. SEE Harkrider, 

John. 
The known American. DU12557. SEE 

Harkrider, John. 
National ring. DU12560. SEE Harkrider, 

John. 
The Whoopstars. DU12849. SEE Hark- 
rider, John. 



MEMORY lane album. C2560. SEE 
Squire, F. Burt. 

MEN and their stars. SEE MacPartland, 
George Parnell. Born under Leo. 
DU13375. 

MENACED. DU13007. SEE Connelly, 
Dennis Hubert. 

MEND your fences now! C2192. SEE 
Parke, Davis & Co. 

MENDELSON, Mira. 
The duenna. DU14726, DP15164. SEE 
Prokof'ev, Sergei Sergeevich. 

MENDOLA, DOMINIC FRANCIS. 
Two men and a woman, a comedy-drama 
in three acts. © Dominic Francis 
Mendola; Ic 19Apr48; DU14443. 



MENDREK, William. 
When Plymouth rocked. 
Black, Walter. 



DU15373. SEE 



THE MENGEL Company. 
The furniture you design yourself. C2373. 

SEE Handy 0am) Organization, inc. 
Mengel Module permanized furniture. 
C2359. SEE Handy 0am) Organization, 
inc. 

MENGEL Module permanized furniture. 
C2359. SEE Handy 0am) Organization, 
inc. 

MENTAL health. C2647. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Human relations, 16th day. 

MERCER, Leslie, pseud. SEE Lieb, Her- 
mann. 

MERCURE de France. 
Le sang de la terre. DP14248. SEE 
Florenne, Yvea 

MEREDITH, ISAAC HICKMAN. 

The children' s garden. DP14631. SEE 
Sumerau, Dorothy Lehman. 

Resurrection morning, an Easter service. 
[Music by] I. H. Meredith [and] Forrest 
G. Walter. New York, Tullar- Meredith 
Co., cl948. 15 p. © Tullar- Meredith 
Co.; 2Jan48; DP14632. 

MfiRIMfiE, Prosper. 
Cor sican father. DU13359. SEE Glass, 
Everett. 

MERLIN, FRANK 
House of dust, a melodrama in two acts. 
Based on the play, "Murder in the fog,' 
by Edward Forbes. © Frank Merlin; 
Ic 29Mar48; DU13699. 

MERRELL, MARION CALKINS. 
The opening, a play in three acts, by 
Clinch Calkins [pseud. ] © Clinch Cal- 
kins; Ic llMay48; DU14523. 

MERRILL, Eugenia, pseud. SEE Klein, 
Eugenia. 

MERRILL, Mildred. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

A MESSAGE after a century. DU13995. 
SEE Oettingen, Edith Herrnstadt. 

THE MESSAGE of Fatima. DP14524. SEE 
Hines, Thelma Pape. 

MESSAGER, Charles. SEE Vildrac, Charles. 

MESSIEURS mon mari. DP12317. SEE 
Ghilain, Eddy. 



MESTEL, JACOB. 
De naye Hagode (The new Hagodah) 
dramatization in one act for choir, 
solos, dance and dialog. Based on 

Shotens fun Warshawer getto," by 
Itzik Fefer. [Yiddish text] © Jacob 
Mestel; Ic 2?Jun48; DU15308. 

METAMORPHIC. DU13077. SEE Quinto, 
Eleanor Marie Bear. 

METCALFE, LEIGH. 
Once in a wifetime, a comedy in three 
acts. © Leigh Metcalfe; Ic 29Jan48; 
DU12929. 

METHVEN, FRANK THORPE. 
Lecture on the subject of comic strips. 
© Frank Thorpe Methven; Ic 10Mar48; 
C2265. 

MEXICAN War episode. SEE Lichtenberg, 
Leo. This is adventure. DU13119. 

MEYER, CHRISTIAN DIEDRICH. 
Kingslake, an opera in five scenes. Book 
by C. D. Meyer, Jr., music by J. H. 
Mantinband. © James H. Mantinband, 
Christian D. Meyer, Jr.; Ic 4Mar48; 
DU13302. 

MEYER, DOROTHY. 
Mr. T. V. Script no. 7, May 6, 1948. 
© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 
10May48; C2576. 

MEYERS, HAROLD. 
Transferred out, a play in three acts. 
© Harold Meyers; Ic 31Dec47; DU12177. 

MICHAEL, Susie. SEE Friedman, Susie 
Michael. 

MICHALICA, ROBERT. 
Quiet street, a drama in one act. Madison, 
Wisconsin Idea Theatre, cl948. 20 
leaves. © Robert Michalica; 12Jan48; 
DP14485. 

MICHEL, Albin. 
Faust. DP15124. SEE Goethe, Johann 

Wolfgang von. 
Theatre comique. DP12576. SEE Marcel, 

Gabriel. 
Theatre complet. DP15123. SEE Sardou, 

Victorien. 



i 



MICHEL, Martin. 
From source to consumer. 
SEE Palca, Alfred. 



DU12425. 



MICHELSON (Charles) inc. 
The adventures of Horatio Alger. DU1209G. 

SEE Holt, Peggy. 
Horatio Alger's journal. DU12812. SEE 
Braun, Ruth. 

MICHELSON, LOTTIE. 
Enter Jonesy, a psychological comedy in 
three acts. © Lottie Michel son; Ic 
8Mar48; DU13426. 



MICHIGAN. State college of Agriculture 
and Applied Science. The Dionysians. 
What goes up, a musical comedy in three 
acts, by Joseph Greenhoe, Homer Op- 
land and Earl Brigham, as members of 
The Dionysians of Michigan State Col- 
lege. [Text only] © Homer N. Opland, 
as trustee for The Dionysians of Mich- 
igan State College; Ic 12A'Iay48; 
DU15066. 

MICKY Flynn. DU14530. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

MIDAS takes a lawyer. DU12348. SEE 
Thornton, James Wesly. 



74 






C VTA LOO OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



MIDNIGHT coffee. SEE Farjeon, Joseph 
Jefferson. Benologues. DP13502. 

THE MIDNIGHT enigma. DU12422. SEE 
Gibson, Gerolt. 

THE MIDNTGHT guest. SEE Gibson, Gerolt. 
The midnight enigma. DU12422. 

MIDNIGHT melodrama. DP13933. SEE 
Arlett, Vera Isabel. 

THE MIDNIGHT ride. DU15233. SEE 
Lane, Dorothy Nfildred Guyon. 

MIDNIGHT son. DP14497. SEE Sundelof- 
Asbrand, Karin. 

A MIDSUMMER night's dream. DU13483. 
SEE Smith, Jordan Clarence. 

MIDTOWN-Hudson. DU12959. SEE Fran- 
cisco, William Hale. 

MIGHTIER than the drums. DU14293. SEE 
Lopata, Virginia W. 

THE MIGHTY magic mandarin. C2026. 
SEE Boyle, James Ralph. 

MIKULA, JOHN. 
Hit and win, a half-hour radio or televi- 
sion quiz show. © John Mikula; Ic 
16Apr48; DU14068. 

LAS MIL y una carcajadas de Glostora. 
DU14703. SEE Rivero, Ramon. 

MILES, Hank, pseud. SEE Miles, Preston 
Henry. 

MILES, Preston Henry. 
Fire sale. DU12844. SEE Horine, Charles 
Edwin. 

MILESTONES of memory. DU12219. SEE 
Butcher, John Robert. 

THE MILKMAN in Omaha. DU15261. SEE 
Warren, Barnett Mathew. 

MILLAR, Katherine, pseud. SEE McCurdey, 
Catharine Miller. 

MILLER, ALBERT G. 
Won't you lie down? A farce in three acts. 
© Albert G. Miller; Ic 8Apr48; DU14073. 

MILLER, ALLEN COWEN. 
Maker of thunderbolts, an historical play 
in three acts. © Allen Cowen Mller; Ic 
9Jan48; DU12298. 

MILLER, ANNA JANE. 
American ideals, 1948; a re -dedication. 
A Memorial Day program, Bloomfield, 
N. J., Senior High School, May27-28, 
1948. 13 leaves. © Anna Jane MUer; 
Ic 19May48; DU15140. 

MILLER, DANIEL BRIDGES. 
Witches' brood, a folk tragedy in one act. 
Madison, Wisconsin Idea Theatre, cl948. 
28 leaves. © Daniel Bridges Miller: 
5Feb48; DP14474. 

MILLER, Floyd. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

MILLER, Gordon H. 

In balance. DU15332. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

Micky Flynn. DU14530. SEE Wilding 
Picture F>roductions, inc. 

Open your eyes. DU13842. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

MILLER, GRAY ELLIOTT. 
Free enterprise through the ages. [Lec- 
ture] © Gray Elliott Miller; Ic lljun48; 
C2733. 



MILLER, HELEN LOUISE. 
On stage for teen-agers; an anthology 
of non- royalty one-act comediea 
Boston, Plays, inc. 432 p. © Helen 
Louise Miller; 26Mar48; A23094. 



DU13881. SEE Miller, 



MILLER, Joaquin. 
The buried river. 

Juanita. 
First fam'lies of the Sierras. DU13371. 

SEE Miller, Juanita. 



MILLER, JOHN F. 
And with the dawn, a narration. 8 leaves. 
© John F. Miller; Ic 8Jan48; DU13628. 

MILLER, JOHN W. 
The sports almanac, an hour-and-a-haU 
radio show. © John W. Miller; Ic 
8Mar48; DU13438. 

MILLER, JUANITA. 

The buried river, a romance of California, 
by Joaquin Miller; arranged and drama- 
tized by Juanita Joaquina Miller. 11 
leaves. © Juanita Joaquina Miller; Ic 
8Apr48; pU13881. 

First fam'lies of the Sierras [prose 
sketches] by Joaquin Miller, adapted and 
dramatized by Juanita Joaquina Miller. 
A play in three acts and an epilogue. 
© Juanita Joaquina Miller; Ic 9A&r48; 
DU13371. 

MILLER, NORMAN H. 
The story of Santa Claus, a one-act play, 
adapted from the book of the same title 
by Harold W. Trott. © Norman H. 
Miller; Ic 20Apr48; DU14133. 

MILLER, STANLEY ARTHUR. 
Paris, Mo. A musical comedy in two acts. 
Book by Stanley Miller and Carolyn Boyd; 
words and music by Stanley Miller. 
[Text only] © Stanley Arthur Miller, 
Carolyn Fitzgerald Plummer Boyd; Ic 
21May48; DU14771. 

MILLER, Tex. SEE Surprise, Al N. 



MILLER, Thelma Kindred. 
Your kindergarten. C2617. 
Belle Roger. 



SEE Barbour, 



MILLER, WILLIAM SEYMOUR. 
I'll take L. A., a new musical comedy 
about a certain fabulous place. Book by 
William S. Miller, music and lyrics by 
Maurice Kregal. In IB scenes and a 
finale. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © William Seymour Miller, 
Maurice Kregal; Ic 26Apr48; DU14183. 



MILLIKIN, Marta Abba. 
As you desire me. DU13324. 
dello, Luigi. 



SEE Piran- 



MILLINGTON, GWENDOLEN MARJORIE. 

Carmen; dialogue and continuity for dra- 
matic recording, by Gwendolen Hale 
[pseud.] A translation into English of 
the arias, chorus and dialogue of the 
opera by Georges Bizet. In four acts. 
[Text only] © Gwendolen Hale; Ic 
9Mar48; DU13377. 

Romeo and Juliet, an adaptation of the 
play by Shakespeare to the music of 
Gounod' s opera of the same title. Con- 
tinuity for recordings by Gwendolen 
Hale [pseud.] Text only. ©Gwendolen 
Hale; Ic 16Mar48; DU13484. 



THE MILLION dollar case. DU14578. 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 530. 



SEE 



MILLMAN, DAVID. 
God straightens out the world, a comedy 
in one act, prologue and epilogue. 
© David Millman; Ic 7Nov47; DU12358. 



The Kingdom of Joy, a merry spectacle. 
5 leaves. © David Millman; Ic 4Dec47; 
DU12135. 

Sun of freedom, a play in one act, with 
prologue and epilogue. © David Mill- 
man; Ic 4Dec47; DU12134. 

MILLS, CARLEY. 
Government housing project, a sketch. 

© Carley MiUs; Ic 7Jun48; DU15143. 
The jack pot, a sketch. © Carley Mills; 

lc;aun48; DU15250. 
You're next in the shower, a sketch. 

© Carley Mills; Ic 19May48; DU14737. 

MILO, the masked magician. DU12252. 
SEE Lustig, Dave. 

MINAHAN, JAMES KELSO. 
Sandy's Doon, a colorful parade passes 
the window of video. [Television script] 
© James Kelso Minahan; Ic 20May48; 
DU14796. 

THE MIND reader. DU14759. SEE First 
Nighter, Jan. 22, 1948. 

MINDA. DU14803. SEE Scofield, Richard J. 

MINDESS, IRVING SOLOMON. 
Cream of the crop, a play in three acts. 
© Irving Solomon Mindess; Ic 20Jan48; 
DU12442. 

MINICK. DU14936. SEE Kraft Television 
Theatre, no. 55. 

MINNEFESTEN. DP13165. SEE Heiberg, 
Hans. 

MINNESOTA Mining and Manufacturing 
Company. 
Demonstration sells. C2361. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Whistle while you sell. C2362. SEE Handy 
0am) Organization, inc. 

MINOR, Neave Loye. SEE Great Adventures 
(Radio program) 

MINORS. SEE Spencer, Albert E. Corpora- 
tion taxes. C2210. 

THE MINSTREL boy. DU13372. SEE Cobey, 
Herbert T. 

MNTZ, ARTHUR. 
Portrait of Mrs. Ang, a play. 21 leaves. 
© Arthur Mntz; Ic 14Jun48; DU15210. 
The town says no, a play in three acts. 
© Arthur Mintz; Ic 14Jun48; DU15206. 

MIRABELLA, Clotilde. 
Little Red Riding Hood. DU15052. SEE 
Enea, Lena Mirabella. 

MIRACLE for Shan. DU12361. SEE Waley, 
Marie. Sock and buskin. 

MIRACLE maker. DU13073. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

MIRACLE on 34th Street. DU12490. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Dec. 22, 1947. 

THE MIRACLE pants. DU12493. SEE 
Munkacsl, Martin. 

MIRIAM. DU13027. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

A MIRROR for the sky. DP14121. SEE 
West, Jessamyn. 

THE MIRROR of truth. DP12443. SEE 
Lord, Daniel Aloyslus. 



813050 O— 48- 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE MIRROR reflects murder. DU15209. 
SEE Jordan, Charles Edward. 

MISROCK, HENRY. 
And the winds blew, a play in eight scenes. 
© Henry Misrock; Ic 3Rfey48; DU14416. 

MISS Case keeps a secret. DU12971. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 846. 

MISS Case meets the Hornet. DU12969. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 844. 

MISS Gulliver travels. SEE Taylor, Ethel 
Stoddard. Ride a cock-horse. DU14003. 

THE MISSING mascot. DU15406. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 87. 

MISSOURI GARMENT COMPANY. 
Back-to- school budget fashion show. 
10 leaves. © Missouri Garment Co.; Ic 
24May48; DU15248. 

MR. Average. DU14743. SEE Kelly, John 
, Stephenson. 

MR. Catastrophe. DU14718. SEE Temple, 
Norman. 

MR. Chameleon. DU15200. SEE Hummert, 

Frank. 

MISTER Chopinowich. DU13698. SEE 
Morris, Paul Charles. 

MISTER God. DU14411. SEE McCoy, 
Terence J. 

MISTER In-Between. DU12947. SEE Green, 
Eric Mawby. 

MR. Jerry. SEE Tyler, Mattie Richards. 
Investment in youth. DU14749. 

MISTER Job. DU15003. SEE Fowke, Helen 
Shirley. 

MR. Larabee makes a deal. DU14871. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 190. 

MR. Lincoln goes to the play. DU13714. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 554. 

MR. Lincoln's whiskers. A20992. SEE 
Scott, Adrian. 

MR. Merkle' s muddle. DU12223. SEE 
Draper, Walt. 

MISTER Micawber. DP14484. SEE Zimmer- 
man, Mary H. 

MISTER Roberts. DU13470, DP14473. SEE 
Heggen, Thomas. 

MR. Squires dies in bed. DU14869. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 188. 

MR. Stork. DU13657. SEE Newport, Carolyn 
Johanna. 

MR. Sultan and Sherry Zahd. DU13472. SEE 
Wesely, Evelyn M. 

MR. T. V. C2576. SEE Meyer, Dorothy. 

MR. Twemlow is not himself. DP12768. 
SEE Johnson, Philip. 

MISTER World. DU1.'<065. SEE Cantor, 
Rhoda. 

MRS. Astor'shorse. DP13388. SEE Stone, 
James Floyd. 

MRS. Brady's boarding house. DU13921. 
SEE De Sadow, Murray Bernard. 



MRS. Dalloway. DU14097. SEE Dowling, 
Arthur Joseph. 

MRS. Officer Kelly. DU13198. SEE 
Hodgkiss, William Henry. 

MRS. Sam from Roarin' Dam. DP13229. 
SEE George, Charles. 

MRS. Simpkins makes a talk. DP12483. 
SEE Cohen, Irene F. 

MITCHELL, RONALD ELWY. 
The shoemaker's house, a play in three 
acts. © Ronald Elwy Mitchell; Ic 
17May48; DU14699. 

MITCHELL, W. M. 
The news and you. DU15317. SEE Nick- 
er son, E. Graham. 

MIXED company. DU13789. SEE Ayre, 
Jack Kiser. 

MIYATA, TERUAKI. 
The defeated, a play in seven scenes. 
English version by Earle Ernst. Work- 
ing script. © Earle Ernst; Ic llMar48; 
DU13458. 

MOBY Dick. SEE Wilson, Gilbert Brown. 
The white whale. DU13922. 

MOCK, JOHN EDMONDS. 
The shorn Lambs, a play in three acts. 
© John Edmonds Mock; Ic 19Jan48; on 
revisions and additions; DU13329. Prev. 
reg. 10Jan47; D6884. 

MOD AVE, PAUL. 
Papaguay; ou. Chewing Gum. Farce 
tragique en trois journees et deux nuits. 
[In three acts] © Paul Modave; Ic 
ljun48; DU15141. 

A MODERATE drinker. DU13389. SEE 
Bailey, William A. 

MODERN Italian one-act plays. A21746. 
SEE Swanson, Carl Alvin. 

A MODERN revelation. C2174. SEE Sand- 
ridge, Justin Boykin. 

A MODERN version of Carmen. DP14433. 
SEE Taylor, Harold Vaughn. 

MOE, OSBORNE RANGVALL. 
Polonaise, a play in four acts, featuring 
a group of Chopin compositions. [Text 
only] © Osborne Rangvall Moe; Ic 
23Jan48; DU12519. 

MOFFAT, Jessie Emerson. 
Bridge across hell. C2547. SEE Cas- 
sidy, Appolonia Helen. 

MOGLE, WILLIAM. 
Everyday'sa holiday. A 15-minute audi- 
tion script. © William Mogle, Thomas 
J. Costa; Ic 10May48; DU14606. 

MOLBECH, CHRISTIAN KNUD FREDERIK. 
Ambrosius, an historical drama in four 
acts, by Chr. K. F. Molbech; tr. by 
Nanna Mortensen from the Danish, with 
songs tr. by Enok Mortensen and S. D. 
Rodholm. © Nanna Rodholm Mortensen; 
Ic 14Jan48; DU12432. 

MOLlfiRE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 
L'amour medecin [et] Le malade imagi- 
naire^ pre sent! s par Jacques Copeau. 
Moliere, comedies-ballets, t. 2. Lyon, 
l.A.C. [^1944]. 181 p. 11cm. (Les 
Chefs-d'oeuvre francais) © fiditions 
l.A.C. (Impressions Artistiques en 
Couleurs); 30Dec44; DP12314. 



Le Sicilien [et] Le_ bourgeois gentil- 
homme, presentes par Jacques Copeau. 
Moliere, coi^edies-ballets, t. 1. Lyon, 
I.A.C. [1944] 165 p. 11cm. (Les Chefs- 
d'oeuvre tran^ais) © fiditions l.A.C. 
(Impressions Artistiques en Couleurs); 
30Dec44; DP12316. 

MOLlfiRE. DU14698. SEE Okie, William 
Raybon. 

MOLINARI, JOHN. 
Lecture course of lessons on how to play 
the accordion, by John Molinari and 
Frank C. Allen. Lessons 1-24. © Mus- 
Ed Record Co., a partnership composed 
of Frank C. Allen and Efale T. Allen; 
Ic each 230ct47; C2067-2090. 

MOLLISON, A. P., pseud. SEE Pincus, 
Abraham. 

MOLLY O' Morgan. DU12657. SEE Cronin, 
Edward Aloysius. 

MOM and Dad look ahead. SEE Woodhouse, 
Henry. Junior's world. DU14006. 

THE MONEY box. DU12977. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2347-1572. 

MONEY in the bank. SEE 
Armanino, Dominic Carl. C2291. 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 
DU14349. 

MONEY love luck free. DU14205. SEE 
Vonharden, Lew. 

THE MONEY pit. DU14004. SEE Osborne, 
L. Allen. 



MONKEY business. 
Kinney, Mayme. 



DU13916. SEE Mc- 



MONNIER, CHARLES MARTIN. 
Judas, a tragedy in a prologue and two 

scenes. © Charles Martin Monnier; Ic 

6May48; DU14424. 
Will, a folk drama in one act. © Charles 

Martin Monnier; Ic 19Apr48; DU14110. 

MONROE, CHARLES S. 
Report card, a special broadcast, March 
24, 1948. Based on a survey of the CBS 
Documentary Unit, cooperating with the 
Sociology Department of Rutgers Uni- 
versity. © Columbia Broadcasting 
System, inc.; Ic 6Apr48; DU13811. 

MONROE, FLORENCE MAE. 
The case of the broken heart. Continuity 
in six scenes. © Florence Mae Monroe; 
Ic 26Apr48; on revisions; DU14364. 
Prev. reg. 29Mar46; D2296. 

MONROE, Royal, pseud. SEE Duckers, 
Leslie. 

UN MONSIEUR tout neuf. DU12294. SEE 
Vercourt, Alfred. 

MONSTROUS regiment. DU13481. SEE 
Heath-Gracie, Marjory. 

MONTAGUE, EDNA WOODRUFF. 
Exit, a three-act comedy, by Edna 
Woodruff- Montague. © Florella Mon- 
tague Harris; Ic 5Jan48; DU13640. 

MONTGOMERY, Arnold. 
Song of Algiers. DU13459. SEE Briody, 
Donald Francis. 

MONT LOUIS, Andree Cadet de. 
Apartments 100 o/o rented. DU13746. 
SEE Guy, Robert. 



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MONTLOUIS, Ajidree Cadet de. Cont'd. 
Appartement a louer. DU13745. SEE 
Guy, Robert. 

MOOD piece. DP12152. SEE Richards, 
Stanley. 

THE MOON-gift. DU12787. SEE Darling- 
ton, Anne. 

THE MOON is a street lamp. DU12217. 
SEE Lovell, John. 

THE MOON keeps shining. DP13366. SEE 
Hark, Mildred. 

THE MOON of Ramadan. DU14310. SEE 
Dugan, John Thomas. 

MOORE, Donald. SEE Morris B. Sachs 
Amateur Hour (Radio program) 

MOORE, FRANK STATON. 
Ladies must dance, a comedy-drama in 
three acts. © Frank Staton Moore; Ic 
9Jun48; DU15148. 

MOORE, Lyford. 
East of Olympus. DU13990. SEE Stringer, 
Ann. 

MOORE, Sam. SEE The Great Gildersleeve 
(Radio program) 

MOOREN, ROBERT LEO. 
Heavenly daze, a play in three acts. 

© Robert Leo Mooren; Ic 5May48; 

DU14347. 
Nemesis, a play in one scene. ® Robert 

L. Mooren; Ic 18May48; DU14738. 
Third degree, a play in one act. © Robert 

Leo Mooren; Ic 5May48; DU14348. 

MORANT, Harriet. SEE Ortega, Harriet 
Amelia Morant. 



A MORE abundant strife. DU14291. 
Ban, John B. 



SEE 



MORE for your money. DU15331. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

MORE value for '48. C2348. SEE Handy 
Qam) Organization, inc. 

MORELLI, RICHARD VERNON. 
The magnificent Vanes, a melodrama of 
the late eighteen hundreds, in three 
acts. © Richard V. Morelli; Ic 8Apr48; 
Dm3852. 

MORG, RICHARD JOSEPH. 
Doctor, a dramatic composition. 7 leaves. 
© Richard Joseph Morg; Ic 28Jun48; 
DU15418. 

MORGENSTERN, RICHARD. 
The world's greatest lover, a romantic 
comedy in three acts and one scene, by 
R. M. Carlton [pseud.] © Richard 
Morgenstern; Ic 21Apr48; DU14219. 

MORITZ, Albert Osborne. 
Hey, holiday! DU15045. SEE Hughes, 
Bertram. 

MORNING star. DU13920. SEE Lane, 
Dorothy Mildred Guyon. 

MORRIS, CAROLINA T. 
The salient fact, a comedy in three acts. 
© Carolina T. Morris; Ic 19May48; 
DU14893. 

MORRIS, Edmund, pseud. SEE Stein, 
Morris. 



MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR. 
Nantucket, a play in three acts. © Gou- 
verneur Morris; Ic 22Mar48; DU13548. 
The yellow medicine, a play in three 
acts. © Gouverneur Morris; Ic 
15Mar48; DU13420. 

MORRIS, HERMAN C. 
Musical cross word puzzle, a half -hour 
radio program introducing a new contest 
idea. By H. C. Morris, Lewis Reid and 
Louis Shoobe. Audition script. © H. C. 
Morris, Lewis Reid, Louis Shoobe; Ic 
lApr48; DU13768. 

MORRIS, Kitty. SEE Wicksteed, Kitty. 

MORRIS, PAUL CHARLES. 
Mister Chopinowich, an original play in 
three acts. © Paul Charles Morris; Ic 
30Mar48; DU13698. 

MORRIS, THOMAS BADEN. 

Peacocks and ivory, a costume play in one 
act. London, New York, Southern Edi- 
torial Syndicate [1948]. 55 p. illus. 
© Thomas Baden Morris; 15Apr48; 
DP15095. 

The trial of Helen, a play for women in 
one act. London, S. French [1947]. 36 p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, no. 49) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 270ct47; DP12115. 

Unto which it shall please God, a play in 
one act for seven women. London, S. 
French [1947]. 25 p. illus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 47) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 270ct47; DP12116. 

MORRIS B. SACHS AMATEUR HOUR (Radio 
program) 

Programs in this series are by Donald 
Moore. © Morris B. Sachs, inc. 

688. Nov. 23, 1947. © Ic 26Nov47; DU12092. 

689. Nov. 30, 1947. © Ic 4Dec47; DU12094. 

690. Dec. 7, 1947. © Ic 10Dec47; DU12100. 

691. Dec. 14, 1947. © Ic 17Dec47; DU12254. 

692. Dec. 21, 1947. © Ic 24Dec47; DU12429. 

693. Dec. 28, 1947. © Ic 31Dec47; DU12586. 

MORRISON, ALFRED COLEMAN. 
All God's children, a drama in three acts, 
by Coleman Morrison. © Alfred Cole- 
man Morrison; Ic 2Feb48; DU12876. 

MORRISON, Coleman. SEE Morrison, 
Alfred Coleman. 

MORROW, TIMOTHY T. 
Daze and Ide, script no. 1 [for television] 
by Nancy Goodwin and Shelby Gordon 
[employees for hire] © Tim Morrow; 
Ic 28Jan48; DU12926. 

MORROW, William. 
Bing Crosby's personal radio script. 
DP12824. SEE American Broadcasting 
Co., inc. 

MORSE, Ben. 
The daughters of the late colonel. 
DU12928. SEE Beachner, Louis. 

MORSE, LEON. 
Helen, a love story dramatized in two 
acts. © Leon Morse; Ic 27Apr48; 
DU14238. 



MORTAL coils. A21154. 
Aldous Leonard. 



SEE Huxley, 



MORTENSEN, Enok. 
Ambrosius. DU12432. SEE Molbech, 
Christian Knud Frederik. 

MORTENSEN, Nanna Rodholm. 
Ambrosius. DU12432. SEE Molbech, 
Christian Knud Frederik. 



MORTGAGES. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Estates in land. C2211. 

MORTON, WILLIAM ROBERT. 
Conversion equipment for mine power. 
AIEE conference paper, presented 
Jan., 1948. © General Electric Co.; 
Ic 10Feb48; C2217. 

MORUM, William. 
Behind my skull. DP12778. SEE Dinner, 

William. 
The quality of mercy. DP15093. SEE 

Dinner, WUliam. 

MOSEL, GEORGE. 
Jinxed, a play in one act. New York, S. 
French [1947]. 28 p. illus. © Sam- 
uel French; 28Nov47; DP13979. 

MOSES and visit from Jothro. DU12186. 
SEE The Children's Chapel, no. 24. 

MOSES before Pharaoh. DU12187. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 25. 

MOSES Mendelssohn. DP15344. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 164. 

MOSES' work finished. DU12198. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 36. 

MOSQUITOES of the soul. DU13142. SEE 
Koulias, Arthur Nicholas. 

MOSS, IRVING MAXWELL. 
The great reform, a comedy in a prologue 
and three acts; from the Czech play, 
"The conversion of Ferdys FHstora," 
by Frantizek Langer. © Irving Max- 
well Moss; Ic 6Apr48; DU14127. 

MOST embarrassing moments. DU13410. 
SEE Collins, Robert. 

THE MOST grateful man in the world. 
DP12484. SEE McDonagh, Richard P. 

MOTH mount. DU13160. SEE Koehring, 
Vera Louise. 

MOTHER is a problem. SEE white, Vir- 
ginia R. Whimpering forties. DU12948. 

MOTHER of men. DP13504. SEE Abbott, 
Ada G. 

MOTHER of mine. SEE 
Hines, Mary Thecla. DU12880. 
Segall, Harry. DU13988. 

MOTHER was a goose. DU12451. SEE 
Mathieson, Theodore William. 

MOTHER wore tights. DU13132. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Feb. 2, 1948. 

MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Fruit of paradise. [Film script] © Mo- 
tion Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
19May48; C2652. 

Now, the truth. [Continuity] © Motion 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 22Jan48; 
DU13011. 

MOUEZY-fiON, ANDRfi. 
Chanson gitane, operette a grand spec- 
tacle en 2 actes et 13 tableaux. Livret 
de A. Mouezy-fion, couplets de 
L. Poterat, musique de Maurice \vain. 
Paris, Royalty, cl947. 152 p. Text 
only. © Royalty; 20Nov47; DP13570. 

MOUMOU. SEE Green, Eric Mawby. 
Mister In-Between. DU12947. 

MOUNT Everest. DU14132. SEE Hagerup, 
Frederik Theodor. 



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MOUNTJOY, M. WALTER. 
Thorns and orange blossoms, an adap- 
tation in four acts, of the play by Lem 
B. Parker, based on Bertha M. Clay's 
novel of the same name. © M. Walter 
Mountjoy; Ic llFeb48; DU12852. 



MOVIETOWN magazine. 
Paige, Albert. 



C2320. SEE 



MOZART, JOHANN CHRYSOSTOM WOLF- 
GANG A MADE US. 

The boy Mozart. DP13550. SEE Diack, 
John Michael. 

Con stanza and the sultan (Die Entfiihrung 
aus dem Serail) Music by Wolfgang 
Amadeus Mozart, German text by Bretz- 
ner, adapted by Stephanie, the younger; 
new English version by Lilian E. 
Foerster. [Text only] © Lilian Egles- 
ton Foerster; Ic 25Jun48; DU15358. 

Cosffan tutte, komische Oper in zwei 
Akten. Deutsche Bearbeitung nach der 
tJberlieferung und dem Urtext von 
Georg Schiinemann; Klavierauszug von 
Kurt Soldan. Leipzig, C. F. Peters, 
cl939.^ 371 p. "Text von Lorenzo da 
Ponte": verso of t.-p. © C. F. Peters; 
lSep39; DP14115. 

Cosi'"fan tutte, komische Oper in zwei 
Akten; dramma giocoso in due atti. 
Deutsche Bearbeitung nach der tJber- 
lieferung und dem Urtext von Georg 
Schiinemann. Partitur, nach dem Ur- 
text herausgegeben von Georg Schiine- 
mann, unter Mitarbeit von Kurt Soldan. 
Leipzig, C. F. Peters, cl94L 436 p. 
"Text von Lorenzo da Ponte": verso 
of t.-p. © C. F. Peters; lSep41; DP14120. 

Don Giovanni, Oper in zwei Akten. 
Deutsche Bearbeitung nach der Ober- 
lieferung und dem Urtext von Georg 
Schiinemann; Klavierauszug von Kurt 
Soldan. Leipzig, C. F. Peters, cl939. 
324 p. "Text von Lorenzo da Ponte": 
verso of t.-p. © C. F. Peters; lSep39; 
DP14116. 

Don Giovanni, Oper in zwei Akten; dramma 
giocoso in due atti. Deutsche Bear- 
beitung nach der Dberjieferung und dem 
Urtext von Georg Schiinemann. Partitur, 
nach dem Urtext herausgegeben von 
Georg Schiinemann, unter Mitarbeit von 
Kurt Soldan. Leipzig, C. F. Peters, 
cl941. 461 p. "Text von Lorenzo da 
Ponte": verso of t.-p. © C. F. Peters; 
lSep41; DP14118. 

Die Hochzeit des Figaro, komische Oper 
in vier Akten. Deutsche Bearbeitung 
nach der Dberlieferung und dem Urtext 
von Georg Schiinemann; Klavierauszug 
von Kurt Soldan. Leipzig, C. F. Peters, 
cl939. 328 p. "Text von Lorenzo da 
Ponte": verso of t.-p. © C. F. Peters; 
lSep39; DP14117. 

Die Hochzeit des Figaro; Le nozze di 
Figaro. Komische Oper in vier Akten; 
dramma giocoso in quattro atti. Deutsche 
Bearbeitung nach der Dberlieferung und 
dem Urtext von Georg Schiinemann. 
Partitur, nach dem Urtext herausgegeben 
von Georg Schiinemann, unter Mitarbeit 
von Kurt Soldan. Leipzig, C. F. Peters, 
cl941. 435 p. "Text von Lorenzo da 
Ponte"; verso of t.-p. © C. F. Peters; 
lSep41; DP14119. 

The magic flute. DU14091. SEE Barrett, 
Katharine. 

DER MUEHLSTEIN. DU12699. SEE Frey, 
Erich M. 

MUELLER-DEHAM, ALBERT. 
Heaven and hell, a play in two parts and 
an interlude. © Albert Mueller-Deham; 
Ic 26May48; DU14985. 

MULLINAX, Cole. SEE Mullinax, Gene 
Coleman. 



MULLINA^, GENE COLEMAN. 
Eternity s echo, by Cole Mullinax. [Con- 
tinuity for a motion picture] in two 
acts. © Gene Coleman Mullinax; Ic 
16Feb48; DU12908. 

MUNDORF, MILLIE. 
Glamorizing Joanne, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 21 p. 
(Baker s plays for amateurs) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 2Jan48; DP12482. 

MUNKACSI, MARTIN. 
The miracle pants, a comedy in three 
acts. © Martin Munkacsi; Ic 23Dec47; 
DU12493. 

MUNOZ, PEGGY ANNE. 
Our Lady's tumbler, a one-act play. 
© Peggy Anne Mui^oz; Ic 24Jun48; DU15323. 

MUNRO, WiUiam Wallace. 
Grimshaw, inc. DU12133. SEE Fair- 
weather, Frederic Hedly. 

THE MUNSON gang. DU15228. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2398-1623. 

MURDER among the angels. DP12800. 
SEE Barry, Mae Howley. 

MURDER and Thunder Martin. DU13829. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2367-1592. 

MURDER at Lighthouse Mary's. DU15223. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 863. 

MURDER at midnight. DP15417. SEE 
Hollywood Recordo- Script Service. 

MURDER at the El Dorado. DU14690. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 531. 

MURDER at the play. DP13877. SEE 
Corrie, Joe. 

MURDER in the fog. SEE Merlin, Frank. 
House of dust. DU13699. 

MURDER me twice. DU13235. SEE 
Ehrlich, Max. 

MURPHY, THOMAS EMMETT. 
No horizon; or. Oh, banished children. 
A play in three acts. © Thomas E. 
Murphy; Ic 16Feb48; DU12910. 

MUS-ED Record Company. 
Lecture course of lessons on how to play 

the accordion. C2067-2090. SEE 

Molinari, John. 
Lecture course of lessons on how to play 

the piano. C2091-2114. SEE Dutton, 

Charles P. 

MUSEUM piece. DU12831. SEE Lamson, 
Peggy. 

THE MUSHROOM cloud. DU15325. SEE 
Brant, Neil. 

MUSIC at midnight. DU14750. SEE Bolton, 
Guy Reginald. 

MUSIC for the Emperor. DP13874. SEE 
Hadlington, Ronald. 

THE MUSIC master. DU14673. SEE 
Binder, Dave. 

MUSIC of tomorrow. DU14458. SEE Zwo- 
boda, Arthur Edward. 

A MUSIC^parade. SEE Denis, Nathalie 
(Mashkevitch). A show in a show. DU14856. 

THE MUSIC Shop. DU14961. SEE Zwoboda, 
Arthur Edward. 



MUSICAL bingo. DU15202. SEE Whitting- 
hill, Noral E. 

MUSICAL crossword puzzle. SEE 
Joss, Jerome Lionel. DU14066. 
Morris, Herman C. DU13768. 

MUSICAL fantasy. DU15021. SEE Sam- 
berg, Benjamin. 

MUSICAL ponies. C2236. SEE Kelley, 
Dennis. 

MUTUELLY yours. DU12878. SEE Kings- 
berry, Jacob Harris. 

MY brother's brother. DU12201. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 150. 

MY brother' s keeper. DU15156. SEE 
Hoffman, Herman Benjamin. 

MY dearest one. C2724. SEE Grout, Ed- 
ward deFrece. 

MY foolish dreams. DU14903. SEE Wash- 
ington, Dorothy. 

MY garbage man's a snob. DU12249. SEE 
Allen, Dayton. 

MY goodness. DU13406. SEE Pelovitz, 
Samuel Joseph. 

MY home-town girl. DP12938. SEE Jen- 
kins, Virginia. 

MY lady bountiful. DU14623. SEE Sanden, 
Frances HoUinger. 

MY love is young. DU14344. SEE Blake, 
Peggy Anne. 

MY mother-in-law. SEE Danielian, Leo. 
Gesoorus. DU14600. 

MY name is Legion. DU14751. SEE Dear- 
born, Elwyn. 

MY own artistic United States of America. 
C2172. SEE Smiley, George W. 

MY own true love. DU12722. SEE Hamilton, 
John Merideth. 

MY prophet and my king. DU14782. SEE 
Blumenfeld, Zvi Harris. 

MYERS (F. E.) and Brothers Company. 
A man's best friend. C2363. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE MYSTERIOUS Mr. Jones. DU12970. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 845. 

MYSTERIOUS stranger. DU12981. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2351-1576. 

THE MYSTERIOUS valentine. DU13673. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 72. 

THE MYSTERY call. C2219. SEE Mater, 
Reuben R. 

THE MYSTERY CASTLE (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by EUamae 
Casteel. © EUamae Casteel. 

1. First trip to Enchanted Forest. © Ic 
15Jan48; DU12535. 

2. Meets Foxy Woxy. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12536. 

3. Meet Happy, the rabbit. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12537. 

4. Happy, the rabbit, outwits Gruffy, the 
bear. © Ic 15Jan48; DU12538. 

5. Entrance to castle. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12539. 



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THE MYSTERY CASTLE (Radio program) 
Cont'd. 

6. Introduction to castle, t' Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12540. 

7. Reception at castle. Q Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12541. 

8. The Mystery Package Department. 
© Ic 15]an48; DU12542. 

9. Down the chute. © Ic 15Jan48; DU12543. 

10. Good fairy rescued. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12544. 

11. The doll factory. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12545. 

12. The train factory, v ' Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12546. 

13. Visit Forest Zoo. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12547. 

14. Sleigh ride. © Ic 15Jan48; DU12548. 

15. Airplane takeoff for North Pole. © Ic 
15Jan48; DU12549. 

16. Plane weathers storm. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12550. 

17. Open house party. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12551. 

18. Reindeer rescued. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU125'i2. 

19. Night before Xmas. © Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12553. 

THE MYSTERY of the fatal flowers. DU14260. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 332. 

THE MYSTERY of the iron door. DU15405. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 8(5. 

THE MYSTERY of the Washington Monu- 
ment. C2431. SEE Hershman, Robert R. 

THE MYSTERY Package Department. 
DU12542. SEE The Mystery Castle, no. 8. 



- N - 

N.S.F. DU14537. SEE Uhl, Edwin George. 

NAAMAN'S wife. DU13043. SEE Richardson, 
Eos Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

NACHMANN, KURT. 
Ein Glas Sekt, Lustspieloperette, frei nach 
"Ein Glas Wasser' von Scribe. Buch von 
K. Nachmann, Musik von A. v. Szlatinay. 
Wien, Wiener Operettenverlag [1947]. 
103 p. Text only. © Wiener Operetten- 
verlag G.m.b.H.; 13iul47; DP14709. 

NAME it for cash. DU14656. SEE Schmertz, 
Charles Baye. 

NAME the star. DU15362. SEE Richards, 
Arthur. . 

THE NAME'S the thing. DU14494. SEE 
Newman, Paxil S. 

NANCY. DU12366. SEE Patten, Helene 
Jones. 

NANCY from Delancey. DU12498. SEE 
Marvin, Julie. 

NANSEN, Ivar, pseud. SEE Seldon, Sergey 
Staney. 

NANTUCKET. DU13548. SEE Morris, Gou- 
verneur. 

NA' PIER, LeRoi de, pseud. SEE Napier, 
LeRoy. 

NAPIER, LEROY. 
Alexander awakened, a play in three acts, 
by LeRoi de Na' Pier [pseud. ] Pt. 2 of 
the trilogy "What is reality? © LeRoy 
Napier; Ic 28Nov47; DU12582. 



NAPPA, the cross-roads of nations. 
DP13964. SEE Peter, Hubert J. 

NASH, N. RICHARD. 
The young and fair, a play in three acts. 
© N. Richard Nash; Ic 24Feb48: on re- 
visions; DU13093. Prev. reg. ' Class 
day;" 230ct44; D90974. 

NATHAN, Theodore R. 
Obligato. DU13128. SEE Hall, Constance. 
Of such is the kingdom. DU12413. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 536. 

NATHANSON, Leonard. SEE First Nighter 
(Radio program) 

NATIONAL Broadcasting Company, inc. 
The most grateful man in the world. 
DP12484. SEE McDonagh, Richard P. 

NATIONAL Foundation for Science and 
Industry. 

Digest of new inventions. C1984. SEE 
Babcock, Alfred R. 

NATIONAL ring. DU12560. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

NATIONAL Tea Company. 
Top taste tune quiz. C2745-2746. SEE 
Schwimmer & Scott, inc. 

THE NATION'S Court of Current Issues. 
SEE Sulds, Irvin Paul. Court of Current 
Issues. DU14635. 

A NATION'S proud devotion. DU13982. SEE 
Warshawsky, Samuel Jesse. 

NAUGHTY Marietta. DU15234. SEE Her- 
bert, Victor. 

DE NAYE Hagode. DU15308. SEE Mestel, 
Jacob. 

N'fiCOUTEZ pas, mesdames. SEE Bolton, 
Guy Reginald. Don't listen, ladies. DU14273. 

NEEVES, DOROTHY ELLEN. 
The great salute to the states. Episode 1: 
California. [Radio script] © Dorothy 
Ellen Neeves; Ic 8Dec47; DU12150. 

THE NEGEV. DP15028. SEE Citron, Sam- 
uel Joseph. Headline parade, v. 2, no. 1. 

NEGLECTED wives. DU13598. SEE Sten- 
ning. Jack George. 

NEIL, George Michael, pseud. SEE Padwe, 
Frank. 

NELSON, DONALD OLIVER. 
The true democracy, a satyrical dramati- 
zation of the spirit that endures, in three 
acts. © Donald Oliver Nelson; Ic 
4Feb48; DU13462. 

NELSON, HAROLD E. 
The sage of Sawdust Sam, the almost care- 
ful dummy. Film script. © J. I. Case 
Co.; Ic 12Apr48; C2429. 

NELSON, JOSEPH CONRAD. 
When the soul dies, a play in seven scenes 
fin free verse] © Joseph Conrad Nelson; 
Ic 9Feb48; DU12918. 

NELSON, Philip. 
The atomic inlay. DU15007. SEE Marcus, 
Maure. 

NELSON, RICHARD AARON. 
Trip to Hollywood; first draft of script for 
original idea radio program. Idea and 
format by Dick Nelson; writer, Leonard 
Lee. © Dick Nelson; Ic 240ct47; DU13529. 



NELSON, ROBERT MORTON. 
Little Mary Monahan; or, Manhattan Mary. 
A musical revue in two acts. Book, 
music,and lyrics by Bob Nelson and 
Peggy Shevlin, interpolated numbers by 
Freddy Dale. [Text only! © Bob Nelson, 
Peggy Shevlin; Ic 17Mar48; DU13638. 

NELSON, VIRGINIA ARMISTEAD. 
In strangers' gardens, a modern comedy 
in three acts. © Virginia Armistead 
Nelson; Ic 26May48; DU15008. 
Some of the snows of yesteryear; or, 
Three doctors and a girl. A one-act 
play. © Virginia Armistead Nelson; Ic 
13May48; DU14619. 

NEMESIS. DU14738. SEE Mooren, Robert 
Leo. 

IL NEMCO deifanciulli. DP14504. SEE 
Balbo, Anselmo. 

NEOYNE. C2254-2258. SEE Robin, Red. 

NERVAL, Gerard de. SEE Gerard de 
Nerval, Gerard Labrunie. 

NESS, JOSEPH DALGLEISH. _ 
McOut's Inn, with Ken What's proxy party. 
[Continuity] © Joseph D. Ness; Ic 
10Feb48; DU13820. 

NESTROY, Johann Nepomuk. 
La jolie fille du faubourg. SEE Tramer, 
Erwin. The girl from the suburb. 
DU14074. 

NEUFELD, MAX. 
Anni, eine Wiener Ballade in 82 Bilden. 
Buch von Max Neufeld und Harald Rob- 
beling. Ein ayria-Berna Film. [^Screen- 
play] © Styria FilmgeseUschaft M.B.H., 
Berna FilmgeseUschaft M.B.H.; Ic 
6May48; DU14980. 

NEUGASS, MIRIAM NEWMAN. 
Voudou and the Virgin; or, Mamselle 
Majolie. A Creole fantasy about old 
New Orleans, by Isidora Newman [pseud.] 
A revision of the old play "Mamselle 
Majolie." In two acts. © Mr iam New- 
man Neugass; Ic 4Mar48; DU13354. 

NEUMANN, G. 
The Jackpot. DU13899. SEE Koller, H. W. 

NEUMANN, J. KREMER. 
Do unto others, a play in three acts. 
© J. Kremer Neumann; Ic 16Apr48; 
DU14034. 

NEUMANN, Robert. 
Children of Vienna. DU14804. SEE Vas, 
Steven. 

NEUROSES of 1948. DU15272. SEE Englund, 
Ken. 

NEVER again. DU12455. SEE St. Johns, 
Adela Rogers. 

NEVER lonely again. DU13347. SEE Jordan, 
Elizabeth. 

NEVER say die. DU12149. SEE Zellers, 
Parker Richardson. 

NEVEUX, Georges. 
Aspects du theatre contemporain en France. 
DP14501. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

THE NEW challenge to education. C2040. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

NEW character monologues for stage and 
radio. AA73283. SEE Gammill, Noreen. 



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NEW directions in French painting. C2456. 
SEE Benson, Emmanuel M. 

THE NEW Hagodah. SEE Mestel, Jacob. 
De naye Hagode. DU15308. 

NEW home. DU12212. SEE Shore, Leon- 
ard. 

NEW horizons in health. C2190. SEE 
Parke, Davis & Co. 

THE NEW kid. DU13621. SEE Hughes, 
David Col son. 

NEW lives for old. DU14108. SEE Fromer, 
Anne. 

THE NEW look. SEE 
Cosner, Ada Lucille. DU12272. 
Hackett, Walter. DP14675. 
Stever.s, Leslie Clark. DU15353.. 

NEW look recording. C2725. SEE Wippler, 
Joseph F. 

THE NEW look to old songs. DU13139. 
SEE Lenard, Grace Elizabeth. 

NEW ma^ic in the kitchen. C2039. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE NEW portable street. DU14112. SEE 
Aulicino, Armand Daniel. 

THE NEW road to turkey profits. C2365. 
SEE Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 

A NEW song. DU12362. SEE Waley, Marie. 
Sock and buskin. 

THE NEW speed of light in free space. 
SEE Watterson, John Ambrose. The cause 
of Newtonian tension. C2295. 

THE NEW start. SEE Bruce^^ Eleanor Mae. 
Parisian models featuring 'The new 
stare." DU15097. 

NEW terms for mathematics, poetry and 
literature. C2740. SEE Hudkins, Paul 
Dickinson. 

A NEW trumpet for Manuel. DU12364. 
SEE Waley, Aferie. Sock and buskin. 

THE NEW understanding of religion. C2549. 
SEE Sharon, James H. 

THE NEW Year. DU13136. SEE Sheehan, 
William Francis. 

NEW Yorker Magazine. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America (Radio program) 

NEWLAND^ HARRY E. 
Farmers radio institute. [Radio script] 
© Harry E. Newland; Ic IlDec47; 
DU12222. 

NEWMAN, Isidora, pseud. SEE Neugass, 
Miriam Newman. 

NEWMAN, LEO-MAX. 
The original moving picture quiz contest, 
for radio, television, theatres, news- 
papers, magazines and similar publica- 
tions. ® Leo Max Newman; Ic 25Feb48; 
C2249. 

NEWMAN, PAUL S. 
The name's the thing, a play in three acts. 
© Paul S. Newman; Ic 7May48; DU14494. 

NEWMEYER, SARAH WEBB. 
Button up America, a play in two acts. 
© Sarah Newmeyer; Ic 7May48; DU14421. 



NEWPORT, CAROLYN JOHANNA. 
Mr. Stork, an operetta for children, in 
three acts. Book and lyrics by Carol 
Joan Farol [ pseud. 1 Music by Frank A. 
Marsales. Script for stage production. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Carolyn J. Newport; Ic 29Mar48: 
DU13657. 

THE NEWS and you. DU15317. SEE 
Nickerson, E. Graham. 

NEWS behind the headlines. DU12261-12263. 
SEE Stodel, Edward Charles. 

NEXT car going up. DU13270. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 483. 

NIAGARA Falls. DU12416. SEE Radek, 
John. 

NIBLO, Fred. SEE The Hour of St. Francis 
(Radio program) 

NICHOLAS, Georgia C. 
Triple H Ranch time. C2294. SEE Coombs, 
Gloria. 

NICHOLS, Dorothy. 
Who picked Mrs. Flower? SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

NICHOLS, Grace. 
The man said---. DU14354.- SEE Clark, 
Hal. 

NICHOLS, MARIE LEONA. 
Religious frontiers westward, an Oregon 
Territory centennial pageant, written for 
the Oregon Council of Churches. 
34 leaves. © Marie Leona Nichols; Ic 
6Feb48; DU12830. 

NICHOLSON, ANNE PRESTON. 

Amelia Earhart, a radio script in the 
series, "Scoop Ryan, cub reporter." 
© Anne Preston Nicholson; Ic 26May48; 
DU15009. 

Emperor Norton, a radio script in the 
series, "Scoop Ryan, cub reporter." 
© Anne Preston Nicholson; Ic 26May48; 
DU15010. 

NICK CARTER, MASTER DETECTIVE 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Street & Smith Publications, 
inc. 

Dec. 7, 1947. The case of the explored 

alibi, by Jock MacGregor. © Ic 16Dec47; 

DU12904. 
Dec. 14, 1947. The case of the priceless 

prose, by Ken Pettus and Lou Scofield. 

© Ic 16Dec47; DU12905. 
Dec. 21, 1947. The case of the policy 

makers, by Stedman Coles. © Ic 9Jan48; 

DU12436.- 
Dec. 28, 1947. The case of the missing 

street, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 9Jan48; 

DU12437. 
Jan. 4, 1948. The case of the devil's left 

eye, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 9Jan48; 

DU12438. 
Jan> 11, 1948. The case of the graveyard 

gunman, by Ken Pettus and Lou Scofield. 

© Ic 22Jan48; DU12668. 
Jan. 18, 1948. The case of the man who 

died twice, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 

22Jan48; DU12669. 
Jan. 25, 1948. The case of the invisible 

treasure, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 26Feb48; 

DU13216. 
Feb. 1, 1948. The case of the classical 

clue, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 26Feb48; 

DU13217. 



Feb. 8, 1948. The case of the twenty-two 

papers, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 

26Feb48; DU13218. 
Feb. 15, 1948. The case of the wandering 

corpse, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 26Feb48; 

DU13219. 
Feb. 22, 1948. The case of the Kwong-Li 

dagger, by Lou Scofield and Ken Pettus. 

© Ic 26Feb48; DU13220. 
Feb. 29, 1948. The case of the boy who 

got lost, by Stedman Coles. © Ic 

2Apr48; DU13907. 
Mar. 7, 1948. The case of the absent clue, 

by Jim Parsons. © Ic 2Apr48; DU13905. 
Mar. 14, 1948. The case of the last old- 
timer, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 2Apr48; 

DU13904. 
Mar. 21, 1948. The case of the magic 

rope, by Evelyn Goodman and Jim Parsons. 

© Ic 2Apr48; DU13906. 
Mar. 28, 1948. The case of the martyred 

rat, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 2Apr48; 

DU13903. 
Apr. 4, 1948. The case of the star of evil, 

by Jim Parsons. © Ic 28Apr48; DU14256. 
Apr. 11, 1948. The case of the henpecked 

husband, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 28Apr48; 

DU14257. 
Apr. 18, 1948. The case of the black- 
magic murder, by Robert Jay Arthur. 

© Ic 28Apr48; DU14258. 
Apr. 25, 1948. The case of the fatal red- 
head, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 28Apr48; 

DU14259. 
May 2, 1948. The case of the super-charged 

corpse, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 13May48; 

DU14676. 
May 9, 1948. The case of the nameless 

blonde, by Ken Pettus and Lou Scofield. 

© Ic 13May48; DU14677. 
May 16, 1948. The case of the salesman 

of death, by Robert Jay Arthur. © Ic 

22May48; DU15039. 
May 23, 1948. The case of the tattooed 

cobra, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 7Jun48; 

DU15I27. 
May 30, 1948. The case of the littlest 

gangster, by Jim Parsons. & Ic 7Jun48; 

DU15128. 

NICKERSON, E. GRAHAM. 
The news and you, a new kind of news pro- 
gram designed for television, by E. Graham 
Nickerson and W. M. Mitchell. [Sample 
script] © E. Graham Nickerson, W. M. 
Mitchell; Ic 18Jun48; DU15317. 

NICKERSON, Sheila. 
The O'Flahertys. DU13353. SEE Boudreau, 
Elizabeth B. 

NIEMEYER, CHARLES. 
Flowers for Danny, a play in two acts. 
© Charles Niemeyer; Ic 6May48; DU14389. 

NIETSCHE, HAZEL CLARK. 
Your radio reference library. Sample 
script. © Hazel C. Nietsche; Ic 15Mar48; 
DU13412. 

THE NIGHT and the star. DU13620. SEE 
Oberg, John League. 

NIGHT before Xmas. DU12553. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 19. 

THE NIGHT bell. DP12469. SEE Martin, 
John M. 

A NIGHT in old New Orleans. DU14634. 
SEE Masich, Edna Marie Brugier. 

NIGHT watch. DU14408. SEE Doctor's 
Orders, no. 4. 

NILE, Grace Dunbar, pseud. SEE Nichols, 
Grace. 



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NINE out of ten. DU13841. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE 1949 front end suspension. C2758. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE NINTH commandment. DIT14697. SEE 
Chichester, William Taylor. 

NIRSKA, MIRA. 

The immortals, a drama in three acts, 
with music and choreography. Story by 
Nirska, music by Russell Bennett. [Text 
only] © Mira Nirska; Ic 15Mar48; on 
additions and revisions; DU13409. 

The immortals, a satirical drama in three 
acts, with music and dancing, based on 
historical facts. Story by NirskaJ music 
by Russell Bennett. [Text only] © Mira 
Nirska; Ic 25Feb48; DU13094. 

NO dateline needed. DU13477. SEE Hut- 
chens, John K. 

NO divorce. DU15022. SEE Samberg, 
Benjamin. 

NO evidence. SEE Madden, Cecil Charles. 
The perfect murder. DU13228. 

NO greater love. DU13712. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 558. 

NO horizon. DU12910. SEE Murphy, Thomas 
Emmett. 

NO love atoll. DU14098. SEE Buchwald, 
Arthur. 

NO medals. DP13720. SEE McCracken, 
Esther Helen (Armstrong). 

NO mother to guide her. DU15352. SEE 
Martin, John Arvil. 

NO, no, not that. DU15179. SEE Edelstein, 
David Henry. 

NO other gods. DU13095. SEE McKinney, 
John Robert. 

NO part of thee. DP14824. SEE Karlin, Eli. 

NO pay, no piper. DU13767. SEE West, 
Robert Mandell. 

NO place for amateurs. DU12616. SEE 
Thomas, Jean Gwendolyn. 

NO return. DU12638. SEE McGowan, Jack. 

NO room at the inn. DU12168. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 48. 

NO room for Peter Pan. DU13643. SEE 
Taub, Harold Jaediker. 

NO sun by day. DU12497. SEE Hertz, 
Andrew. 

NO thunder. DU12680. SEE Francisco, 
William Hale. 

NO time for conscience. DU14175. SEE 
Rea, David MacGregor. 

NO way out. DU13759. SEE Kraft Tele- 
vision Theatre, no. 46. 

NOAH'S circus in the Ark. DP13719. SEE 
Sundelof-Asbrand, Karin. 

NOBODY laughs— nobody cries. DU14776. 
SEE Vari, John Anton. 

NOBODY lives forever. DU12130. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Nov. 17, 1947. 

NOBODY walks alone. DU14326. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 



NONANI. DU13052. SEE First Nighter, 
Oct. 25, 1947. • ^ 

NONE but the fair. DU13234. SEE Mac- 
Innes, Helen. 

NONE so blind. DU15409. SEE Gurley, 
Phyllis Margaret. 

THE NON-SINKABLE boat. DU13674. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 73. 

NON-TAURUS. DU12478. SEE Sher, Ben. 

NORDINE, KENNETH EDWARD. 
Stage for the word: Revenge. [Continuity] 
© Kenneth Edward Nordine; Ic 26Feb48; 
DU13167. 

NORGE Division, Borg-Warner Corporation. 
SEE Borg-Warner Corporation. Norge 
Division. 

NORRIS, MARIANNA ELISE. 
Life can be musical. [Radio script] 
© Marianna Elise Norris; Ic 26Apr48; 
DU14375. 



NORTH, Sterling. 
Three loves have I. 
Dwight Oliver. 



DU13097. SEE Taylor, 



THE NORTH River. DU15047. SEE Tajjlor, 
Richard Gerhart. Three sketches for "The 
Birdseye revue." Act 2, scene 15. 

THE NORTHWESTERN Press. 
The big surprise. bP13929. SEE S. Clair, 

Robert. 
The Darling twins. DP12565. SEE George, 

Charles._ 
The dreamer. DP12264. SEE Sandeen, 

Dagmar Vola (Thomas). 
Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. SEE 

Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 
Springtime for Patsy. DP13086. SEE 

Gregory, Harold James. 
Trouble in paradise. DP13930. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 

NORWORTH, JACK. 
Donald Dragon. [Narration in verse]. 
4 leaves. © Jack Norworth; Ic 24Feb48; 
DU13155. 

NOT enough advertisii^. DU12592. SEE 
Gurvitz, Simon. 

NOT so long ago. DU12159. SEE Tangney, 
Ralph Jarrett. 

NOT tonight, darling. DU14032. SEE Blaney, 
Charles Edward. 

THE NOTE and the picture. DU12962. SEE 
Fixler, Alvin. 

NOTORIOUS. DU12872. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Jan. 26, 1948. 

NOVELLI, GASTONE. 
Wiedersehen (The meeting) by Gastone 
Novell! and Rosalind Mia Copping. [Film 
script] © Rosalind Mia Copping, Gastone 
Novelli; Ic 19Jan48; DU12407. 

NOVELLO, IVOR. 
We proudly present; a comedy in two acts 
and a prologue. London, S. French [1947]. 
56 p. (French's acting edition, no. 794) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 31Dec47; DP12761. 

NOW and forever. DU15006. SEE Frankel, 
Herbert. 

NOW is the time. DU13199. SEE Steinberg, 
Belle Markowitz. 



NOW that spring is there. DU14857. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 493. 

NOW that you love me. SEE Harper, Louise 
Burkett. The stoker. DU12961. 

NOW, the truth. DU13011. SEE Motion 
Picture Productions, inc. 

NOWELS, Eleanor S. SEE Up and Down the 
Scales (Radio program) 

LE NOZZE di Figaro. SEE Mozart, Johann 
Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. Die 
Hochzeit des Figaro. DP14119. 

NUCKLES, ROLLA HARGISS. 
Dark flight, a drama in three acts. © RoUa 
H. Nuckles; Ic lSApr48; DU14024. 

NUMBER Jack. SEE Gottschalkson, Falk 
Felix. Revised descrirtiion of Number Jack. 
DU13130. 

NUNN, WILLIAM CURTIS. 
Living death, a dramatic radio play, by 
W. C. Nunn and Dick McGuire. © William 
Curtis Nunn, Richard Paul McGuire; Ic 
20Feb48; DU13001. 

THE NURSERY rhyme murders. DU13215. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 325. 

NYE, FRANK WILSON. 
Your U. N. carries on, a radio program. 
Script for Apr. 19, 1948. © William Paul 
Ainsworth, Frank Wilson Nye; Ic 4May48; 
C2539. 

NYGAARD, W. SEE Aschehoug (H.) & Co. 



-O - 

THE OATH of Hippocrates. DP12204. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 155. 

OBEDIENCE. DU14968. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

OB ERG, JOHN LEAGUE. 
The night and the star, a play in three acts. 
© John League Oberg; Ic 16Mar48; 
DU13620. 

OBEY, Andre. 
Aspects du theatre contemporain en France. 
DP14501. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

OBIDIAH Jenkins and the bank robbers. 
DU15294. SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2404- 
1629. 

OBJECT: matrimony. DU12495. SEE 
Sirota, Elsie. 

OBLIGATO. DU13128. SEE Hall, Constance. 

O'DONNELL, John Bernard. 
Oh, lady. C1987. SEE Gillilan, William J. 

DER OEFFENTLICHE Anklaeger. DU15163. 
SEE Hochwaelder, Fritz. 

OESTERREICHER, RUDOLF. 
Ohne Geld, war ich reich; sechs Bilder um 
ein Wiener Lied, von Rudolf Oesterreicher. 
Musik von Karl Loube. Wien, L. Doblin- 
ger, cl947. 83 1. Text only. © Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) K.G., 
music publisher; 7Mar47; DP14833. 

OETTINGEN, EDITH HERRNSTADT. 
A message after a century; movie script, 
brief form, in two parts and an epilogue. 
English verses of epilogue tr. by Josef 
Leftwich. © Edith H. Oettingen; Ic 
30Jan48; DU13995. 



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OETTINGEN, EDITH HERRNSTADT. Cont'd. 
The Sixth comniandment, a true event. 
Movie script, brief form, in a prologue 
and two parts. © Edith H. Oettingen; Ic 
30Jan48; DU13187. 

OF goddesses and glamour. C2465. SEE 
Clark, Alysia. 

OF human events. DU13479. SEE Schlick, 
Frederick. 

OF such is the kingdom. DU12413. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 536. 

OFF the beam. DU14409. SEE Doctor's 
Orders, no. 5. 

OFF -the -road tires. C2557. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

OFFICE de Publicite, S. C. 
Isabelle aux chimeres. DP14048. SEE 
Falmagne, Marcel. 

OFFICER Danny O'Loane. DU12525. SEE 
Fogarty, John Leo. 

THE OFFICIAL scorer. DU14904. SEE 
Frankfort, Rosalyn. 

THE O'FLAHERTYS. DU13353. SEE 
Boudreau, Elizabeth B. 

OGBOY, William Azenuwa, pseud. SEE 
Bailey, William A. 

O'GRADY'S place. DU13644. SEE Doktor, 
Nike Olga. 

OH, banished children. SEE Murphy, Thomas 
Emmett. No horizon. DU12910. 

OH, bury me not. DU14762. SEE First 
Nighter, Feb. 19, 1948. 

OH, doctor. DU13090. SEE Sootin, Harry. 

OH, father! DP12516. SEE Jones, WiUiam 
Ellis. 

OH, lady. C1987. SEE Gillilan, William J. 

OH, my darling. DU13912. SEE Duncan, 
Philine Lesser. 

OH, Romeo! DP13726. SEE Melville, Rich- 
ard L. 

OH, what you said! DU13345. SEE Gaspers, 
Sebastian D. 

O'Hara, Constance. 
Any resemblance, a comedy in three acts. 
© Constance O'Hara; Ic 18Dec47; DU12293. 

O'HARA, Veronica. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

O'HARRA, Michaela, pseud. SEE Williams, 
Bernice W. 

OHNE Geld, war ich reich. DP14833. SEE 
Oesterreicher, Rudolf. 

O'KELLY, TIM. 
Margaret in Fairyland, a children s^oper- 
etta in three acts. Book by Tim O'Kelly, 
music by Peter Carroll. London, New 
York, Boosey; sole selling agents: Boosey 
& Hawkes [19481. 19 p. © Boosey & Co., 
ltd.; 7Jun48; DPI5167. 

OKIE, WILLIAM RAYBON. 
Moliere, a play in three acts, by William 
Okie and Sergei Bertensson; based on a 
play by Mikhail Bulgakov. © William 
Okie, Sergei Bertensson; Ic 17May48; 
DU14698. 



OLD boys with highboys. DU13075. SEE 
Slade, Kathryne Doremus. 

OLD Cal Handy. DP15267. SEE Bowman, 
Phil. 

OLD folks at home. DU14702. SEE Hollings- 
worth, David Wills. 

OLD History's walking. C2377. SEE 
Turner, Lucile Barrow. 

OLD Smoky. DU13350. SEE Smith, Earl 
Hob son. 

OLD Stoopy. DU12973. SEE The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2343-1568. ' 

OLD tales and new. SEE Girling, Betty 
Thomas. The very smallest angel. DU12276. 

THE OLD toy maker of Candy Mountain. 
DU14308. SEE Trostler, Leonard Gail. 

OLD What' s-His-Name. DP12627. SEE 
Finch, Robert Voris. 

OLE Lind, pseud. SEE Rosenberg, Theresa. 

OLIMPIADA mitologica. DU12151. SEE 
Ybarrola, Luis Fabrellas. 

OLIVER Erwenter. DU13599. SEE McEnroe, 
Robert Edward. 

OLSON, Esther E. 
A share in freedom. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

OLSON, PERSHING ORVILLE. 
Call it winter, a play in three acts. © Persh- 
ing Orville Olson; Ic 29Mar48; DU13669. 

O'LYNN, Gregory, pseud. SEE Lynch, George 
Ralph. 

O'MALLEY, NEILL. 
Guess and get it, a new radio-television 
program. © Neill O'Malley; Ic 15Jan48; 
DU12399. 

ON being right: the paranoid. C2642. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
coiierence: Human relations, 10th day. 

ON being shy: the autistic. C2641. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management con- 
ference: Human relations, 9th day. 

ON parole. DU12975. SEE The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2345-1570. 

ON stage for teen-agers. A23094. SEE 
Miller, Helen Louise. 

ON this green bank. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. The best one-act plays, 
1947-1948. AA83794. 

ON your downs and ups: the depressive. 
C2640. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 
Management coitference: Human relations, 
8th day. 

ON your ups and downs: the manic. C2639. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Human relations, 7th day. 

ONCE in a thousand years. DU13014. SEE 
Blake, Sarah Swan (Weld). 

ONCE in a wifetime. DU12929. SEE Met- 
calfe, Leigh. 

ONCE to every boy. DU14081. SEE Rich- 
ards, Stanley. 



ONCE upon a midnight. DP13978. SEE 
Reach, James. 

ONCE upon a murder. DU13247. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 167. 

ONCE upon a time recently. SEE Farwell, 
Arthur. Cartoon. DU14648. 

ONCE upon an island. DU12503. SEE Kap- 
ner, Irving. 

ONCLE Harry. DU15321. SEE Job, Thomas. 

ONE-act plays of spiritual power. DP15231. 
SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. 

ONE dead and two to go. DU13212. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 322. 

ONE Eye, Two Eyes, Three Eyes. DU12373. 
SEE Let's Pretend, Jan. 3, 1948. 

ONE for tho Senator. DU13824. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 849. 

ONE for you and one for me. DU12741. 
SEE Solomon, Lester Saunders. 

ONE good punch deserves another. SEE 
Farjeon, Joseph Jefferson. Benologues. 
DP13502. 

ONE hundred per cent rented. DU13683. 
SEE Usoskin, Joan C. 

THE ONE in the middle. DU13058. SEE 
First Nighter, Jan. 1, 1948. 

ONE may challenge. DU13684. SEE Wine- 
house, Irwin. 

ONE-minute flower quiz. SEE Saks, James H. 
Posy poser. C2311. 

ONE of a kind. DU13207. SEE Katz, Sher- 
wood A. 

ONE of the four world principles. SEE 
Willis, Roy Edward. The Democratic 
pink horse. C2578. 

ONE of us. DP13977. SEE Emery, Charles. 

ONE way to Broadway. DU13597. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 106. 

ONE world. DU12882. SEE Hetson, Florence 
Green. 

O'NEIL, Paul, pseud. SEE Burger, Joseph. 

O'NEILL, Kathleen, pseud. SEE Goetz, 

Austin. 

AN ONION makes me cry. DU14061. SEE 
Kamile, Coleman. 

ONLY God and Ivan Pinsky. DU12401. SEE 
Malkin, Robert Lee. 

ONLY puppets have strings. DU14671. SEE 
Marly, Jean. 

ONLY the brave. DP13939. SEE Johnson, 
Philip. 

THE ONLY wise man. DU12169. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 94. 

OPEN and shut case. DU14789. SEE Segall, 
Harry. 

OPEN house party. DU12551. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 17. 

OPEN your eyes. DU13842. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 



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THE OPENING. DU14523. SEE Merriell, 
Marion Calkins. 

OPERATION Hemline. DU13046. SEE 
First Nighter, Nov. 29, 1947. 

OPERATION Justice. DU13404. SEE Franz- 
blau, Harold Benjamin. 

OPERATION Oblivion. DU13537. SEE 
Butterfield, Walton. 

OPERATION P.M. DU14461. SEE Sekula, 
Phyllis Marie. 

OPERATION Torch. DU14638. SEE Gold, 
Kenneth Monroe. 

OPERATOR training. C2695. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Management fundamentals, 13th day. 

OPLAND, Homer N. 
What goes up. DU15066. SEE Michigan. 
State College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science. The Dionysians. 

OPUS for quintette. DU12403. SEE 
Koehring, Vera Louise. 

AN ORDER by the lieutenant. DU14764. 
SEE First Nighter, Mar. 4, 1948. 

OREGON and its natural resources. C2554. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

ORGANIZATION: Foundation of management. 
C2706. SEE Fish, Lounsbury S. 

THE ORIGINAL moving picture quiz contest. 
C2249. SEE Newman, Leo Max. 

ORIGINAL Radio Productions, inc. 
Keys to adventure. DU12505. SEE Braun, 
Gilbert. 

ORIGINS of modern group problems. C2624. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Group relations, 7th day. 

ORION Hill. DU12583. SEE Koulias, Arthur 
Nicholas. 

ORLOVITZ, GILBERT. 
Stevie Guy, a play in three acts, by Gil 
Orlovitz. © Gilbert Orlovitz; Ic 8A^r48; 
on revisions; DU14234. Prev. reg. 'Niggy 
Delaney;" 21May47; D9579. 

OR MAN, MAX. 
Florodora, a musical play in two acts. 
Modernized by Max Orman and Clay Jason 
from the original play of the same title, by 
Owen Hall [pseud, of H. H. Lusk]. Music 
by Leslie Stuart. [Text only] © Century 
Library, inc.; Ic 15Apr48; DU14596. 

ORMONT, LOUIS ROBERT. 
Forsake the night, a play in three acts. 
© Louis R. Ormont; Ic 29Jun48; DU15410. 

THE ORPHAN boy. DP15342. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 166. 

THE ORPHANS. DU15138. SEE Bucciarelli, 
Wanda Alice. 

ORPHEUS. DP15166. SEE Stravinskii, Igor 
Fedorovich. 

ORTEGA, HARRIET AMELIA MORANT. 
This is it, a musical play in two acts, by 
Harriet Morant. [Text only] © Harriet 
Amelia Morant Ortega; Ic 30Oct47; 
DU13429. 

OSBORNE, Allen. SEE Osborne, L. Allen. 



OSBORNE, HUBERT BENJAMIN. 

Death of an aristocrat, an historical play 
in eleven scenes. © Hubert Benjamin 
Osborne; Ic 4Mar48; DU13306. 

The peacemakers, a modern "miracle play" 
in six scenes. © Hubert Benjamin Os- 
borne; Ic 4Mar48; DU13307. 

OSBORNE, L. ALLEN. 
The money pit, a play in three acts, by 
Allen Osborne. © L. Allen Osborne, Jr.; 
Ic 13Apr48; DU14004. 

OSCAR'S grandmother. SEE Weathervane, 
Sylvester. The education of Peggy. DU14841. 

OSTALI, Piero. 
Zaza. DP12441. SEE Leoncavallo, Ruggiero. 

OSWALD, RICHARD. 
The speculator, a comedy in three acts, by 
Richard Oswald and Harry Rosendorff. 
A free adaptation of Balzac's "Le faiseur." 
Tr. by Ruth Loewi. © Richard Oswald, 
Harry Rosendorff; Ic llFeb48; DU12856. 

THE OTHER cheek. DU12571. SEE Bevan, 
Donald Joseph. 

THE OTHER fellow. C2675. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

OTHER little people. DU14453. SEE Main- 
ville, Eldor Jean. 

OTHER people's children. DU12814. SEE 
Kennedy, Martin Alphonso. 

OTIS, NANCY MARIE. 
Seven by twenty, a musical comedy in two 
acts and eight scenes. Book, music,and 
lyrics by Nancy Otis and Jack Greenberg. 
[Text and one new song] © Jack Green- 
berg, Nancy Marie Otis; Ic 10IVIar48; on 
revisions; DU13378. Prev. reg. 270ct47; 
D11157. 

OUCH, my sunburn! DU14978. SEE Amey, 
Viola A. 

OUIDA, pseud. SEE De la Ramie, Louise. 

OUR common heritage. DU13480. SEE 
Lichtenberg, Leo. 

OUR daily bread. DU13357. SEE Carlson, 
Emmons C. 

OUR Father which art in heaven. DU12297. 
SEE The greatest Story Ever Told, no. 50. 

OUR favorite in-laws. DU14400. SEE Fine- 
gold, Esther. 

OUR flower show. DU13189. SEE Doty, 
Naomi Margaret. 

OUR kids. DU14035. SEE Spangberg, Bula 
Kent. 

OUR Lady of the Americas. DU14976. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

OUR Lady's juggler, 1948. DU13328. SEE 
The Hoirr of &. Francis (Radio program) 

OUR Lady's tumbler. DU15323. SEE Mufioz, 
Peggy Anne. 

OUR new music, by the Moderns. C2739. 
SEE Healy, Joe Robert. 

OUT in Indiana. DU13998. SEE Wood, 
George. 

OUT of the clouds. DU12554. SEE FitzGerald, 
Robert Joseph. 



OUT of the depths. DU14330. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

OUT of this world. SEE 
Richter, Irving Seymour. DU15281. 
Walker, Clarence Melville. DU14471. 

OUT on a limb. DP15270. SEE Johnson, 
Albert. 

OUTLAW trail. DU15291. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2401-1626. 

OUTWARD bound. DU13135. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 40. 

THE OVERNIGHT ghost. DU12717. SEE 
Kurtz, C. Gordon. 

OVERTURE to thunder. DU14202. SEE 
Brinkman, Julia Wiggins. 

OWEN, SARA. 
Fresh air and butterflies, a comedy in one 
act. © Sara Owen; Ic 2Jun48; DU15088. 

AN OYSTER on the Cimmerian shore. 
DU12111. SEE Williams, Edwin Everitt. 



- P- 

P amino benzoic acid and the cancer patient. 
C2385. SEE Tchaperoff, Ivan C. C. 

PACIFIC Ocean: sandy beach. DU14995. 
SEE Rosengren, Frank Duane. 

PACK, HARVEY. 

Caught off guard, by Harvey Pack and Jerome 
Coopersmith. Audition script for a tele- 
vision program. © Jerome Coopersmith, 
Harvey Pack; Ic 22Dec47; DU12919. 

Here's how, the television demonstration 
corner, by Harvey Pack and Jerome Cooper- 
smith. Audition script. © Jerome Cooper- 
smith, Harvey Pack; ic 9Jan48; DUl242r7. 

What s wrong here? Audition script for 
a television program, by Harvey Pack and 
Jerome Coopersmith. €) Jerome Cooper- 
smith, Harvey Pack; Ic 22Dec47; DU12920. 

PACKAGE from Sam Colt. DU12686. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2334-1559. 

PADDOCK, MILTON ELLIOTT. 
Dr. Brownie-Button and the Green Gremlin, 
a puppet play in three acts. © Milton 
E. Paddock; Ic 16Feb48; DU13625. 

PADWE, Frank. 
The Doxon of Duseberry. DU13170. SEE 

Kaltman, Lillian Gladstone. 
Junior Hall of Fame. DU13403. SEE Kalt- 
man, Lillian Gladstone. 

PAGE, Eugene Edgar. 
Everyman's song. DU12241. SEE Page, 

Sarah Frances. 
Stepless stairs. DU12915. SEE Page, Sarah 
Frances. 

PAGE, SARAH FRANCES. 

Everyman's song, a musical folk play in two 
acts, by Sarah Frances Page, with music 
by Eugene Edgar Page. [Text only] 
© Sarah Frances Page, Eugene Edgar 
Page; Ic 160ct47; on changes in dialogue 
and plot; DU12241. Prev. reg. "Anvil 
song;" 24Aug47; DU1564. 

Stepless stairs, a Negro folk drama with 
music, in two acts. Book by Sarah Page, 
music by Eugene Page, lyrics by Eugene 
and Sarah Page. A revision of 'Everyman's 
song." [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Sarah Frances Page, Eugene Edgar Page; 
Ic 9Feb48; on revisions; DU12915. 

PAGEANTRY of fashion, and famous queens of 
fashion. DU13083. SEE Historic Arts Asso- 
ciation. 



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PAGET, GENEVIEVE MAY. 
Sounding brass, a play in two acts. 
© Genevieve May Paget; Ic 26May48; 
on revisions; DU15204. Prev. reg. 
"The time will come;" 40ct43-; D85519. 

PAGING Miss Ellen. DU15240. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 559. 

PAID in full. DU14318. SEE Jones, George 
Chadwick. 

PAIGE, ALBERT. 
Fireside Players, a lecture and speech. 

© Albert Paige; Ic 27Apr48; C2500. 
Movietown magazine, a lecture and speech. 

© Albert Paige; Ic 29Mar48; C2320. 
Record-ads, a lecture and speech. 

© Albert Paige; Ic 25Mar48; C2315. 
Sapphire records, a lecture and speech. 

© Albert Paige; Ic 28Apr48; C2520. 
Shopper's pocket guide, a lecture and 

speech. © Albert Paige; Ic 26Mar48; 

C2317. 
Vocalist Registry Agency, a lecture and 

speech. © Albert Paige; Ic 28Apr48; 

C2519. 

PAINE Publishing Company. 
Noah's circus in the Ark. DP13719. SEE 
Sundelof-Asbrand, Karin. 

PALCA, ALFRED. 
From source to consumer, a dramatic 
demonstration of materials handling equip- 
ment in action, by Alfred Palca, Martin 
Michel and Richard Frank; presented by 
the Second Annual National Materials 
Handling Exposition in association with 
The American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 32 leaves. © Ben Ross Beren- 
berg; Ic 8Jan48; DU12425. 

THE PALESTINE report— United Nations. 
DP15033. SEE Citron, Samuel Joseph. 
Headline parade, v. 2, no. 6. 

PALMER (Fred A.) Company. 
Food for thought. DU13996. SEE Palmer, 
Frederick Alden. 

PALMER, FREDERICK ALDEN. 
Food for thovight, a radio continuity. Pro- 
gram no. 1. © The Fred A. Palmer Co.; 
Ic 19Feb48; DU13996. 

THE PAMPHLET. DU12963. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 516. 

PAN-base. C2559. SEE IVfersh, Charles L. 

A PAN of candy. SEE Quinlan, Mary Eva. 
Plays for early teens. DP12792. 

THE PANDORA box. DU14768. SEE First 
Nighter, Apr. 22, 1948. 

PANETTA, GEORGE. 
The Romanis of Greenwich Village, by 
George Panetta and William C. Whitman. 
[Continuity] © George Panetta, William 
C. Whitman; Ic 15Mar48; C2380. 

PANITZ, SOL. 
Among ourselves. Broadcast Dec. 30, 1947, 
by CBS Documentary Unit. © Columbia 
Broadcasting System, inc.; Ic 13Jan48; 
DU12368. 

PANTOMIME skit, Checkerdale training 
meeting, November 1947. C2366. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

PAPA never done nothing, much. SEE May- 
orga, Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty 
short plays on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

PAPAGUAY. DU15141. SEE Modave, Paul. 



PA PA'S white gloves. DU13370. SEE 
KjeruU, Axel. 

THE PAPER says rain. DU15265. SEE 
Schoenbaum, Vera Marie. 

PAPER work and record keeping. C2700. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Management fundamentals, 
19th day. 

PARABLE of the talents. DU12183. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 21. 

PARADE of California's progress. DP14432. 
SEE Roberts, Helen M. 

THE PARASITE. DU13991. SEE Hanlon, 
Robert Westervelt. 

PARDON my millions. DU14642. SEE 
Sherlock, Madeleine Eisenbrandt. 

PARENTS, please! DU14740. SEE Usoskin, 
Joan C. 

PARIS celebrates two thousand years of 
progress. DU13419. SEE Historic Arts 
Association. 

PARIS, Mo. DU14771. SEE Miller, Stanley 
Arthur. 

PARISIAN models featuring "The new stare." 
DU15097. SEE Bruce, Eleanor Mae. 

PARK, Peg. SEE Park, Richard Douglas. 

PARK, RICHARD DOUGLAS. 
Peg's a-hoppin'. Script for a two-hour radio 
jamboree, by R. D. (Peg) Park and Eaula 
Adam Siirley. © Richard Douglas (Peg) 
Park; Ic 30Dec47; DU12240. 

PARK Avenue, Harlem. DU14538. SEE 
Mauer, Arnold F. 

PARKE, DAVIS AND COMPANY. 

The anti-histamines — new hope for the aller- 
gic, by John A. MacCartney. fLecture] 
© Parke, Davis & Co.; Ic 24Feb48; C2193. 

The damned detail man, by John A. Mac- 
Cartney. [Lecture] © Parke, Davis & Co.; 
Ic 24Feb48; C2191. 

Mend your fences — now! By John A. Mac- 
Cartney. [Lecture] © Parke, Davis & 
Co.; Ic 24Feb48; C2192. 

New horizons in health, by John A. Mac- 
Cartney. [Lecture] © Parke, Davis & 
Co.; Ic 24Feb48; C2190. 

The pharmaceutical change of life, by 
John A. MacCartney. [Lecture] © Parke, 
Davis & Co.; Ic 24Feb48; C2194. 

PARKER, DONALD HILLMAN. 
Handful of silver, a play in three acts. 
© D. Hillman Parker; Ic 6Ma^43; on revi- 
sions; DU14390. Prev. reg. ' And sorrow 
for angels;" 9Sep47; D1552. 

PARKER, KENNETH F. 
Yours till yesterday, a new play in three 
acts, by Ken Parker. © Kenneth F. 
Parker; Ic 4May48; DU14306. 

PARKER, Lem B. 
Thorns and orange blossoms. DU12852. 
SEE Mountjoy, M. Walter. 

PARKER, PRISaLLA POST. 
The Forty-niners, a pageant with music, 
in seve.! episodes. [Text and music on 
separate ieavcis] © Priscilla Post 
Parker; Ic 12May48; DU14534. 

PARKER, Robert Layer. SEE Layer- Parker, 
Robert. 



THE PARKER Pen Company. 
An American enterprise. C2143. SEE 

Lewis (Frank) inc. 
The finest ever known! C2141. SEE 

Lewis (Frank) inc. 
How to sell Quink. C2144. SEE Lewis 

(Frank) inc. 
How to sell the world's most -wanted pen. 

C2142. SEE Lewis (Frank) inc. 
How you talk! C2146. SEE Lewis (Frank) 

inc. 
Market wise. C2145. SEE Lewis (Frank) 

inc. 
Road signs to your future. C2009. SEE 

Lewis (Frank) inc. 
Your manners are showingl C2140. SEE 

Lewis (Frank) inc. 

PARNASSUS without bath. DU14251. SEE 
Katz, Sherwood A. 

PARRIS, Herman M. 
The hospital, symphonic suite. C2454. 
SEE Kaufman, Schima. 

PARROTT, Katherine Ursula. 
For all of our lives. SEE Davis, Fitzroy. 
Curtain going up. DU12893. 

PARSONS, Jim. SEE Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

THE PARSON'S resignation. C2423. SEE 
Tilbury, James. 

PARTNERSHIP property. SEE Spencer, 
Albert E. Estates in land. C2211. 

PARTY walls. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Chattel mortgages. C2207. 

PASKMAN, DAILEY. 
This side of paradise, an adaptation and 

dramatization for the screen, of F. Scott 

Fitzgerald's famous novel. 97 leaves. 

© Dailey Paskman; Ic 18Mar48; DU13476. 
Two hearts in waltz time. DU12398. SEE 

Drake, William A. 

THE PASSING. DU14975. SEE The Hour 
of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE PASSIONATE hours of Modest Petro- 
vich Moussorgsky. SEE Wildt, Johannes. 
Life is for to-morrow! DU13687. 

PASSOVER narration. DU15114. SEE 
Gorochov, lededia. 

PAST imperfect. DP15256. SEE Prather, 
Kathryn. 

PASTERNACK, LOUIS. 
Towards promised land, a play. 25 leaves. 
© Louis Pasternack; Ic 6May48; DU14391. 

PATENTS of the week. C2165. SEE 
Lewton, Samuel Momrod. 

PATERNITA'. DU14103. SEE Saracino, 
Giovanni. 

PATERSON'S Publications, ltd. 
The boy Mozart. DP13550. SEE Diack, 
John Michael. 

PATHE Industries, inc. 
Inside the wall. DU15115. SEE Ling, 
Eugene. 

PATRICOFF, HENRY S. 
The theory of hair as a radiator of animal 
heat, a treatise. © Henry S. Patricoff; 
Ic 31Dec47; C1998. 

PATTEN, Harvan Barr. SEE The Adventures 
of Frank Merriwell (Radio program) 



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PATTEN, HELfiNE JONES. 
Nancy, an operetta of old New Orleans, 
in two acts. [Text only] © Mrs. Patten; 
Ic 12Jan48; DU12366. 

PATTERN for success. C2344. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

PATTERN to love. DU12727. SEE Hood, 
M. G. 

PATTERSON, McEvoy. SEE Patterson, 
Thomas McEvoy. 

PATTERSON, THOMAS McEVOY. 
Glass mountain, a play in three acts, by 
McEvoy Patterson. © Thomas McEvoy 
Patterson; Ic ■30Anr48; on revisions; 



PEACE and prosperity. 
Ritter, L. A. 



C2196. SEE 



DU14292. Prav. rag. 
19Nov47; D11601. 



'Mountain of glass;' 



PATTIZ, WARREN BRUCE. 
The strange case of Malcome Craige, a 
screenplay by John Edward Gregory 
[pseud.] 93 leaves. © John Gregory; Ic 
12Apr48; DU13947. 

PAUL, JOHN. 
Lysandre, an adaptation of Aristophanes' 
comedy "Lysistrata," in a prologue and 
two acts. © John Paul; Ic 10Feb48; 
DU12848. 

PAUL-BONHEUR, Lucienne, pseud. SEE 
Whittaker, Lucienne. 

PAUL and the blue ox. SEE Conkle, Ells- 
worth Prouty. Five plays. DP13967. 

THE PAUL Brown-Milton Weiler presenta- 
tion. SEE Harkrider, John. Horse opera. 
DU12558. 

PAUL Porter's progress. SEE Holt, Peggy. 
The adventures of Horatio Alger. DU12096. 

PAULUS, MARGARET. 
A city for Josette, a play in one act. Madi- 
son, Wisconsin Idea Theatre, [1947] 
cl948. 20 leaves. © Margaret Paulus; 
7Jul47; DP14958. 

PAURA. DP14122. SEE Benelli, Sem. 

PAVLO, HATTIE MAY (DELHN). 

Hamilton, a drama in three acts; based 
upon Gertrude Atherton's novel, "The 
conqueror," and on various historical 
works. © Hattie May Pavlo; Ic 4May48; 
on revisions; DU14332. Prev. reg. 
25May43; D84364. 

A little thing like love. DU15282. SEE 
Willock, Ruth. 

THE PAY-OFF. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. C2339. 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

DU12706. 
McCoy, Paul Stevens. DP14434. 

PAYNE, HERBERT W. 
The summoning of Everyman, a modern 
version of the m.ediaeval morality play. 
London,^S. French [1947]. 22 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 203) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 31Dec47; DP12766. 

PAYTON, DONALD. 

The boarding house reach, a comedy in 
three acts. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Heuer 
Pub. Co., cl948. 102 p. illus. © Edward 
I. Heuer; 18Feb48; DP13206. 

Wilbur takes his medicine, a comedy in 
one act. Marion, Iowa, Art Craft Play Co., 
cl948. 34 p. illus. (An Art Craft play) 
© J. Vincent Heuer; 19Jun48; DP15339. 

PEACE! C2222. SEE Ritter, L. A. 



PEACE in our time. DP14496. 
Coward, Noel Pierce. 



SEE 



THE PEACEMAKERS. DU13307. SEE 
Osborne, Hubert Benjamin. 

PEACH, LAWRENCE DU GARDE. 

An improbable episode, a play in one act. 
London, S. French [1947]. 19 p. (French's 
acting edition, no. 2115. Plays for youth 
groups) © Samuel French, ltd.; 270ct47; 
DP12118._ 

The Queen's ring, a play in one act. London, 
S. French [1947]. 22 p. (French's acting 
edition, no. 2168. Plays for youth groups) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 270ct47; DP12117. 

PEACOCKS and ivory. DP15095. SEE 
Morris, Thomas Baden. 

PEARLSTEIN, MORTON. 
The junior journal. Radio format [scripts 
1-3] by Gerald Pear sen [pseud.] © Morton 
Pearlstein; Ic each 19May48; C2618-2620. 

PEARLY Mae. DU15277. SEE Wood, John 
Argyl. 

PEARSEN, Gerald, pseud. SEE Pearlstein, 
Morton. 

PEDELTY, DONOVAN. 
Quizz the man down, an original radio quizz 
program. [Sample script]^ © Donovan 
Pedelty; Ic 2Apr48; DU13772. 

PEDOMETER, no. 1-4. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, nos. 2353-1578 to 2356-1581. 

PEDRO describes a cigar. DU15353. SEE 
Layne, Leene & Greene. 

PEEPLES, EDWIN AUGUSTUS. 
End of dreaming, a play in three acts. 
© Edwin Augustus Peeples; Ic 18Jun48; 
DU15255. 

PEGLER, Westbrook. 
Westbrook Pegler's Capone. DU14777. 
SEE Graham, Lewis. 

PEG'S a-hoppin'. DU12240. SEE Park, 
Richard Douglas. 

PEK, DESIDER P. 
Lovers are strange birds, a comedy in three 

acts. © Desider P. Pek; Ic 22Jun48; 

DU15304. 
You poor sucker, a comedy-drama in three 

acts. © Desider P. Pek; Ic 30Apr48; 

DU14302. 



PELLEAS and Melisande. 
Staw, Sala. 



DU12956. SEE 



PELOVITZ, SAMUEL JOSEPH. 
My goodness, a dramatic recitation. 

2 leaves. © Samuel Joseph Pelovitz; Ic 

12Mar48; DU13406. 
The thing that I like about men, a dramatic 

recitation [in verse]. 3 leaves. ©Samuel 

Joseph Pelovitz; Ic 15Apr48; DU14217. 

PEMBERTON, Ray De Moss. 
But for this. DU13662. SEE Kessler, 
Sydney. 

PfiNE DU BOIS, Raoul. 
A mirror for the sky. DP14121. SEE West, 
Je ssamyn. 

A PENNY for your thoughts. DU13816. SEE 
Sternberg, Paul. 

THE PENSIONERS. DU12890. SEE Jackson, 
Clifford Huntley. ^ 



PENTHOUSE episode. DU12625. SEE 
Disney, Loren. 

PEOPLE are talking. DP12756. SEE John- 
son, Albert. 

THE PEOPLE vs. The Pharisee. DP14245. 
SEE Tiemeyer, T. N. 

PEOPLE we know. DU13586. SEE Rosen- 
gren, Frank Duane. 

THE PEOPLE'S choice. SEE 
Reeid, Nathaniel Edward. DU14605. 
Wason, Betty. DP14780. 

LE p£RE Goriot. SEE De Sadow, Murray 
Bernard. Mrs. Brady's boarding house. 
DU13921. 

LES PfiRES ennemis. SEE Vildrac, Charles. 
Le jardinier de Samoa. DP14049. 

PERFECT alibi. DU12696. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 841. 

THE PERFECT combination. DU12653, 
DU13115. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 



THE PERFECT joy. DU14967. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE PERFECT murder. DU13228. SEE 
Madden, Cecil Charles. 

THE PERFECT pair. C2372. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

PERFECT union. DU13710. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 552. 

PERKS, MAX. 
Vantage ground, a comedy-drama in three 
acts, based on a malpractise suit tried 
in the Supreme Court, New York State. 
Editor, Leonora Jasper. © Mac Perks; 
Ic 26Mar48; DU13989. 

PERL, Arnold. SEE The Eternal Light 
(Radio program) 

DAS PERLENHEMD. DP14714. SEE Kauff- 
mann, Leo Justinus. 

PERLMAN, ELLIS SHERMAN. 
Rolling on rayon; scoring script for a 
sound slidefilm, for the Industrial Rayon 
Corporation. © Industrial Rayon Corp.; 
Ic ljun48; C2749. 



PERPLEXED. DU13405. 
Herman Benjamin. 



SEE Hoffman, 



PERRAULT, ERNEST GEORGE. 
Skidroad, a musical comedy in two acts. 
Story and lyrics by Ernest Perrault, 
music by Jean Moran [pseud.] Text only. 
© Ernest George Perrault; Ic 29Dec47; 
DU12162. 

PERRY, CHARLOTTE L. 
When Satan hops out, a winter's tale about 
a few remaining naive mountaineers, with 
music and dance. In three acts. [Text 
only] © Charlotte L. Perry; Ic 25Feb48; 
on revisions; DU13918. Prev. reg. 
28Jun47; D9911. 

PERRY, JO RUTH. 
Thursday at three, a comedy-drama for 
motion pictures, in ten parts. Acting ver- 
sion. © Jo Ruth Perry; Ic 9Apr48; 
DU13888. 

PERRY, WILLIAM HENRY. 
The Shrine murders, a three-act mystery 
comedy. © William H. Perry; Ic 181Vfey48; 
DU14717. 



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A PERSONAL matter. DU14994. SEE 
La Forge, Edward Charles. 

PERTWEE, ROLAND. 
School for spinsters, a comedy in three 
acts. London, English Theatre Guild 
[1948]. 118 p. iUus. (Guild library) 
© Roland Pertwee; 29Apr48; DP14674. 

PERVY, ADOLPHE. 
How I began learning French. [Film script] 
© Adolphe Pervy; Ic 2Apr48; DU14084. 

THE PET asp. DU12218. SEE Marly, Jean. 

PET show. DU14885. SEE Fromer, Anne. 

PETER, HUBERT J. 
Nappa, the cross-roads of nationa A 
pageant of the Napa Valley by Hubert J. 
Peter, with epics by Edith A. Schmitt. 
Written for the Napa County Centennials 
Committee; research by the Napa County 
Historical Committee. 29 leaves. 
© Hubert J. Peter; 7Apr48; DP13964. 

PETER and the platypus. DU14428. SEE 
Dropkin, Louis. 

PETER Zenger. DU14788. SEE Bela, Nicho- 
las. 

PETERS, ALICE THOMSON. 
Something always happens, a comedy In 
three acts, by Alice Thomson and Velma 
Royton. New York, S.^ French [1947]. 
106 p. illus. (French's standard library 
edition) © Samuel French; 28Apr47; 
DP14226. Prev. reg. "Are you Mr. 
Dherenki?" 8Jan44; D unp. 86559. 

PETERS, C. F. 
Cosi'fan tutte. DP14115, DP14120. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Don Giovanni. DP14116, DP14118. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Die Hochzeit des Figaro. DP14117, DP14119. 

SEE Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 

PETERS, DETLEV HAACK. 
Leap year disposals, a play in three acts. 
© Detlev Haack Peters; Ic 12May48; 
DU14535. 

PETERS, Paul. 
The alerting of Mr. Pomerantz. DU15172. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 555. 



PETERS, Walter. 
Gold in the streets. 
Gene. 



DU14250. SEE Hurley, 



PETERSON, Bernard James. 
Cafe Everyone. DU13556. SEE Ray, Donald 
Richard. 

PETERSON, Joel, pseud. SEE Peterson, 
Joseph S. 

PETERSON, JOSEPH S. 
Reverse revenge, an original radio play 
in three parts, written especially for the 
Whistler, by Joel Peterson [pseud.] 
© Joel Peterson; Ic 29Jan48; DU12655. 

PETROLEUM ADVISERS, INC. 

Band of America; radio script, June 11, 
1948. © Petroleum Advisers, inc.; Ic 
22Jun48; DU15316. 

Cities Service Band of America; radio 
script, June 4, 1948. © Petroleum Ad- 
visers, inc.; Ic 22Jun48; DU15314. 

Highways in melody; radio script. May 28, 
1948. © Petroleum Advisers, inc.; Ic 
22Jun48; DU15315. 



PETTUS, Ken. SEE Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

PETTY, WILLIAM MARTIN. 

Her son. [Continuity] 23 leaves. © Wil- 
liam Martin Petty; Ic 10May48; DU14491. 

The magic of the Samscheh Mitschebat, 
a stage play about magic and war. 27 
leaves. © William Martin Petty; Ic 
2Jan48; DU12214. 

Two cow boogee. © William Martin Petty; 
Ic 2Jan48; DU12215. 

PFISTER, EDWYN EUGENE. 
Five wives had Father, a comedy in three 
acts, by Ted Wynn [pseud.] © Ted Wynn 
and/or Edwyn Eugene Pfister; Ic 2Apr48; 
DU13766. 

PHAEDO. SEE Kubly, Herbert Oswald. A 
cock to Asclepius. DU12608. 

PHAJR, JEAN E. 
Green enchantment; radio script in the 
series "The romance of food." © Jean E. 
Phair; Ic 26May48; C2714. 

PHANTOM of the highway. DU12485. SEE 
Tibbals, Robert Hall. 

THE PHANTOM ship. DP13526. SEE 
Christie, Catherine (Allison). 

THE PHARMACEUTICAL change of life. 
C2194. SEE Parke, Davis & Co. 

PHELAN, RAYMOND ANTHONY. 
Whom the gods favor, a play in two acts. 
© Raymond A. Phelan; Ic lMar48; 
DU13200. 

PHILIPS, ANITA. 
Left foot, right foot. A play in four scenes. 
© Anita Philips; Ic 26Apr48; DU14218. 

PHILIPS, EDWIN LEWIS. 
Seed in the wind, a play in two acts, by 
Edwin Philips and Jane Philips. © Edwin 
Lewis Philips, Jane Bronson Philips; Ic 
18May48; DU14772. 

PHILIPS, Jane Bronson. 
Seed in the wind. DU14772. SEE Philips, 
Edwin Lewis. 

PHILLIPS, Howard. 
The sky' s the limit. DU13201. SEE Kell- 
man, Leon. 

PHILLIPS, Irna. SEE The Guiding Light 
(Radio program) 

PHILLIPS, IRVING WALTER. 

The Galloping Hat, a farce comedy in three 
acts. © Irving Walter Phillips; Ic 
16Apr48; on additions and revisions; 
DU14025. Prev. reg. 14Jan47; D6888. 

Limbo, a musical play in two acts. Book 
and lyrics by Irving Phillips, music by 
Albert May Malotte. [Text only] © Irving 
Walter Phillips; Ic 9Feb48; on revisions; 
DU12823. Prev. reg. "The ladies from 
Limbo;" 26Jul46, D4286; 25Sep47, D10963. 

PHILP, PETER. 
Beyond tomorrow, a satirical fantasy in 
three acts. London, S. French [1947]. 
64 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 181) © Samuel French, ltd.; lDec47; 
DP12757. 

PHIPPS, DAISY B. 
It's the berries, a comedy in three acts. 
© Daisy B. Phipps; Ic lApr48; DU14083. 

PHIPPS, THOMAS W. 
Ghosts, inc.; Script no. 1. The first of a 
series of original ghost stories, designed 
expressly for television filming. Written 



by Thomas W. Phipps and John Meehan, 
Jr. © Corcoran Productions, inc.; Ic 
24Feb48; DU14402. 



PHYLLIS sits tight! 
George H. 



DU13944. SEE Dunne, 



PICARD, FRANK A. 
Dramatization of the trial of Jesus; for 
radio. © Frank A. Picard; Ic 9Feb48; 
C2203. 

A PICCADILLY daffodil. DP13507. SEE 
Latimer, Dorothy. 

PICKRELL, EDNA JUNE TERRY, 
Campfires and spotlights, a Wisconsin 
play in three acts, by June Terry Pickrell. 
© Edna June Terry Pickrell; Ic 23Mar48; 
DU13580. 

PICNIC ground. DU13702. SEE Ver Becke, 
Walter Edwin. 

PICTURE the song. C2266. SEE Davis, 
Howard W. 

THE PIED Piper of Hamelin. DU12730. SEE 
Schultz, Ethel. 

PIEL, DAVID JOSEPH. 
The twain shall meet, the first rough treat- 
ment outline for a motion picture. 52 
leaves. © David Joseph Piel; Ic 14Jun48; 
DU15199. 

HERCE, EMILY STANTON. 
Red hot air, a musical revue in two acts. 
Music by Emily F*ierce and Priscilla 
Stanton, additional number by Frank Smith. 
Lyrics by Emily Fierce; script by Jimmy 
Baker, Peggy Conachy, Frank Smith and 
Charlotte Ajine Rice. © Emily Stanton 
Pierce; Ic 5Apr4B; DU14269. 

PIERCE, MARSTON ARNOLD. 
Citizen-of-the-month award luncheon ad- 
dress. © Marston A. FHerce; Ic 180ct47; 
C2235. 

PIGS! DU12670. SEE Coons, Rudolph. 

pike's Peak. C2572. SEE Shafer, Elizabeth 
Jane. 

THE PILLARING hours. DU13564. SEE 
Stewart, Murray. 

PILLSBURY Mills, inc. Feed and Soy Divi- 
sion. 

From feed to fame. DU12649. SEE Wilding 
lecture Productions, inc. 

PILOT lights of the Apocalypse. SEE East- 
man, Fred, ed. One-act plays of spiritual 
power. DP15231. 

PINAFORE. SEE Walowit, Miriam. Der 
Schirtz. DU14028. 

PINCUS, ABRAHAM 

Analyst in the house, a play in three acts, 
by A. P. MoUison [pseud.] © Abraham 
Pincus; Ic 26May48; DU14948. 

If I had two loaves, a play in three acts, 
by A. P. MoUison [pseud. 1 Based on the 
play "Yesterday's evil," by A. P. MoUi- 
son [pseud.] and Elkan E. Siyder. © Abra- 
ham Pincus (A. P. MoUison); Ic 21Jan48; 
DU12475. 

PINK lemonade. DU12726. SEE Foran, 
Edward Joseph. 

THE PINK pigeon. DU15091. SEE Saffron, 
Robert Morris. 

PINK wonderland. DU13859. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 853 



86 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PINKERTON, MLO BLISH. 

John Peter Altgeld, a speech. © Milo 
Blish Pinkerton; Ic llFeb48; C2161. 

Thunder and the morning. [Recitation in 
verse] S Milo Blish FHnkerton; Ic 
llFeb48; C2160. 

PINO suArez, severo tomAs del. 

De la obscuridad; sobre titulo: Ruben y 
Luzmarina. Drama en versos y poemas, 
en 5 actos, por^Tomas del Pino ^larez. 
© Severo Tomas del PHno Suarez; Ic 
18May48; DU14720. 

THE PIPER the May. DU15376. SEE 
Facos, James F. 

PIPPIN, RAYMOND EDWARD. 
No love atoll. DU14098. SEE Buchwald, 
Arthur. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 
As you desire me, a play in three acts. 
Tr. by Marta Abba. [Italian title: Come 
tu mi vuoi] © Marta Abba Millikin; Ic 
8Mar48; DU13324. 

PISTOL ring series. SEE The Lone Ranger, 
Jan. 2-9, 1948. 

PITT, BETTY JOYCE. 
A summer night, a play, by Chappie Pitt 
[pseud.] 9 leaves. © Betty Joyce Pitt; 
Ic 25May48; DU15026. 

PITT, Chappie, pseud. SEE Pitt, Betty Joyce. 

PLACE, WILLIAM HENRY. 
For ladies only, a musical comedy in three 
acts. [Text only] © William Place; Ic 
19Jan48; on additions and revisions; 
DU12466. Prev. reg. 16Dec40; D73315. 

A PLACE to dance. DU14929. SEE Calhoun, 
Edward Joseph. Irish confetti. 

THE PLAGUES in Egypt. DU12188. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 26. 

PLANE weathers storm. DU12550. SEE 
The Mystery Castle, no. 16. 

PLANNING for personal progress. C2335. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

PLANNING for sales. C2688. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Management fundamentals, 4th day. 

PLANNING the expansion. C2689. SEE May- 
nard, Harold Bright. Management confer- 
ence: Management fundamentals, 5th day. 

PLANT layout. C2690. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Management fundamentals, 7th day. 

PLANTS, GERALD LOUIS. 
Roscoe comes home, a comedy in three 
acts, by William Ticker [^pseud.] © Gerald 
Louis Plante; 5Apr48; DP14229. 

PLATO. 
Crito. SEE Kubly, Herbert Oswald. A cock 

toAsclepius. DU12608. 
Phaedo. SEE Kubly, Herbert Oswald. A 
cock to Asclepius. DU12608. 

PLATONIC nights. DU14898. SEE Bilowit, 
Ira Jacob. 

PLAY ball! DU15133. SEE Tunick, Irve. 

THE PLAY Club, Inc. 
Heart trouble. DP12090. SEE Hark, Mildred. 
Here goes the groom. DP12562. SEE West, 

Margaret King. 
In-laws out. DP13367. SEE Walsh, Freder- 
ick G. 
It's so complex. DP12089. SEE Hark, Mildred, 



The moon keeps shining. DP13366. SEE 

Hark, Mildred. 
Old What's-His-Name. DP12627. SEE 

Finch, Robert Voris. 
Thanks to George Washington. DP12626. 

SEE Hark, Mildred. 

A PLAY for Mary. DU12421. SEE McCleery, 
William. 

A PLAY for Ronnie. DP12804. SEE Chetham- 
Strode, Warren. 

THE PLAY-party record. DU14754. SEE 
Landeck, Beatrice. 

THE PLAYFUL driver. C2122. SEE Roche, 
William Bosworth. Automobile safety 
jingles for radio, L-4. 

PLAYING to lose. DU13615. SEE The Ad- 
ventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 66. 

PLAYS for early teens. DP12792. SEE 
Quinlan, Mary Eva. 

PLAYS from radio. A20272. SEE Lass, 
Abraham Harold. 

PLEASE, my nerves! DP15271. SEE 
St. Clair, Robert. 

THE PLUMED Knight. DU14076. SEE 
Hinden, Benjamin. 

PLUNKET and the balladeer. C1986. SEE 
Ross, David. 

PLYMOUTH Motors. SEE Chrysler Corpor- 
ation. Plymouth Division. 

PO, Emily, pseud. SEE Poggia, Emily Elise. 

POCOHONTASgoes to London. DU12857. 
SEE Rand, Jerry. 

POET. DU12780. SEE Heythum, Antonin. 

POGGIA, EMILY ELISE. 
Road quizz, a radio program dedicated to 
safety in driving and on the road, by 
Emily Po [pseud.] © Emily Elise Poggia; 
Ic each 9Mar48. 

1. A special program dedicated to heavy 
duty truck drivers. C2511. 

2. Roadiquette. C2512. 

3. Courtesy Club. C2513. 

LES POINTS sur les I. SEE Marcel, Gabriel. 
Theatre comique. DP12576. 

POLACHECK, Charles. 
The barber of Seville. DU12681. SEE 
Adler, Herman. 

POLICIES and people. C2350. SEE Handy 
0am) Organization, inc. 

POLLARD, DAVID. 
Big as life, a musical play in two acts, based 
on the Paul Bunyan legend. Book by David 
Pollard and Jack R. Royce, music by 
Jerry L. Bock. [Text only] © David Pol- 
lard, Jerry L. Bock, Jack R. Royce; Ic 
19Feb48; on revisions; DU12991. Prev. 
reg. "Skookum," 90ct47, D1844; 3Dec47, 
D11855. 

POLLEY, SYDNEY ARTHUR. 
The babes in the wood. Basic pantomime 
no. 4 [in three acts] by S. A. PoUey and 
Conrad Carter. London, New York, 
S. French, cl947. 74 p. illus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 860) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 31Dec47; DP13935. 



POLLING the electorate. C2300. 
Lewton, Samuel Momrod. 



SEE 



POLLOCK, BERT DANIEL. 
The Judas touch, a play in three acts, about 

faith, the Jewish religion, and intolerance. 

© Bert Daniel Pollock; Ic 24Feb48; • 

DU13442. 
The wake of the "Annie Q." A play in one 

act. © Bert Daniel Pollock; Ic 24Feb48; 

DU13443. 

POLONAISE. DU12519. SEE Moe, Osborne 
Rangvall. 

POMEROY, WELLINGTON A. 
The sky's the limit; script for a thirty- 
minute radio program. © Lansing Broad- 
casting Co.; Ic 7Jun48; DU15118. 

POMMESE. SEE Bimonte, Richard Irpinio. 
Storris enne pommese fram Mamma Gus. 
C2585. 

POOR dear Martha. DU12832. SEE Wash- 
burn, Harriet IngersoU. 

POOR Hubert. DP12088. SEE Stone, James F. 

POOR little Virgilina. DU14874. SEE 
Burch, Viola Seltz. 

POOR man' s gold. DU12708. SEE The Hour 
of St. Francis (Radio program) 

POOR man' s wife. DU12533. SEE Bean, 
Muriel Vernon. 

POPPY. DU12439. SEE Jenkins, Harry. 

POPULAR voice training. C2498. SEE 
Steger, Mark Joseph. 

POPULATION 31,000. DU15041. SEE Alexan- 
der, Ronald. 

PORCELAIN, SIDNEY E. 
Ghost in the White House, a farce in three 
acts and an epilogue. © Sidney E. Porce- 
lain; Ic 17Mar48; DU13573. 

PORT and porridge. DU13538. SEE Thomas, 
Jean Gwendolyn. 

PORTER, Garrett. 
Return to glory. DU12291. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 533. 

PORTER, ROBERT PAYNTON. 
Back Bay, a comedy in four acts. © Robert 
Paynton Porter, Jr.; Ic 20May48; DU14787. 

PORTER, STEPHEN WINTHRO P. 
The fatted caU, an improbable parable in 

three acts. © Stephen Winthrop Porter; 

Ic 12May48; DU14536. 
Her demon lover, a comedy in one act. 

© Stephen Winthrop Porter; Ic llMay48; 

DU14512. 

PORTRAIT gallery of Bible women. DU13022- 
13044. SEE Richardson, Eos Petty. 

PORTRAIT in black. DP13972. SEE Goff, 
Ivan. 

PORTRAIT of Livia. DU12105. SEE Gilford, 
Charles Bernard. 

THE PORTRAIT of Marilyna. DU14182. 
SEE Wiere, Harry Vetter. 

PORTRAIT of Mrs. Ang. DU15210. SEE 
Mintz, Arthur. 

THE PORTRAIT of Molon. DU13152. SEE 
Wyman, Justus E. 

POSSESSION. DU15254. SEE Tyler, Con- 
verse. 

POSY POSER. C2311. SEE Saks, James H. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



POTERAT, Louis Eugene Bernard. 
Chanson gitane. DP13570. SEE Mouezy- 
fion, Andre. 

POWER, RHODA DOLORES. 

The baker and his neighbour, a' story from 
Peru. Written in dialogue form for chil- 
dren to act, with notes for teachers and 
for stage managers. 36 leaves. © Rachel 
Warren Lothrop, Rhoda Dolores Power; 
Ic 12Mar48; DU15110. 

China poblana, a dialogue story for boys 
and girls to act, with a note for teachers. 
By Rhoda Dolores Power and Rachel Loth- 
rop. 26 leaves. [Includes words and 
music for two songs] © Rachel Lothrop; 
Ic 12Mar48; DU15098. 

THE POWER of coincidence. DU14971. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

POWER of darkness. SEE Tolstoi, Lev 
Nikolaevich. Leo Tolstoy's Power of dark- 
ness. DU15329. 

POWER supply for air conditioning compre s- 
sor motors in commercial buildings. C2214. 
SEE Halberg, Maynard Niel. 

POWER without glory. DP15187. SEE 
Hutton, Michael Clayton. 

POWERS (Ralph) Productions. 
Denby and Son. C2062. SEE Ross, Arthur M. 
The sporting eye. C2152. SEE Jacobs, 
Ralph H. 

POWHATAN'S daughter. DU13718. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 548. 



A PRACTICAL proposition. C2528. 
Byng, Edward John Jefferson. 



SEE 



PRACTICE in identifying components and 
combinations. C2644-2645. SEE MaynaTd, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Human relations, 13th & 14th days. 

PRADA, Francisco. 
Alhambral DP13565. SEE Fernandez de 
Sevilla, Luis. 

PRATHER, KATHRYN. 
Past imperfect, a comedy in three acts. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson [19481. 
100 p. illus. (A Row-Peterson play) 
© Row, Peterson & Co.; Ijun48; DP15256. 



A PRAYER is answered. DU12623. 
Harris, Gladys May. 



SEE 



PRAYER is faith on it§ knees. DU12704. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

PRECINCT Five. DU14155. SEE Greendale, 
Alexander. 

PRECIOUS bane. DU14505. SEE Fish, Helen 
Dean. 

PREGERS, SALOMON. 
Amalaswintha, a musical play. 23 leaves. 
[Text only] © Salomon Pregers; Ic 
24May48; DU15070. 

A PRELIMINARY paper on hyperplasia and 
degenerative conditions. C2569. SEE 
Mancuso, Louis Gustave. 

THE PRESIDENT and the doctor. DU15241. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 560. 

PRESSER (Theodore) Company. 
Heads up! DP13733. SEE Clark, Robert 
Wayne. 

THE PRESSURE boys. DU12658. SEE 
Berger, Marshall William. 



PREVIEW. DU14055. SEE Leder, Herbert. 

PREVIOUS engagement. DU14906. SEE 
Squire, Roger Lewis. 

PRICE, JOHN LEMAR. 
The Christmas carol, an adaptation of 
Charles Dickens' "A Christmas carol," 
with new lines and special lyrics and songs 
incorporated. 7 leaves. [Text only] 
© John Lemar Price, Jr.; Ic 26Jan48; 
DU12716. 

PRICE, LELAND. 
Great Day! A farce in three acts. Minne- 
apolis, T. S. Denison [1948]. 80 p. illus. 
(Denison's royalty plays) © T. S. Denison 
& Co.; 24Mar48; DP13721. 

PRICE, Virginia N. SEE Up and Down the 
Scales (Radio program) 

THE PRICE of a thousand horses. DU14620. 
SEE Shiffrin, A. B. 

PRIESTLEY, JOHNBOYNTON. 
The Linden tree, a play in two acts and four 
scenes, fe' J. B. Priestley; Ic 18Dec47; 
DU12292. 

LE PRINCE d'Aquitaine. DP12321. SEE 
Thiebaut, Marcel. 

A PRINCE he would a-wooing go. DP13934. 
SEE Corrie, Joe. 

PRINCESS Scheherazqueer and the Jinn, 
Rickey. DU12988. SEE McCurdey, Cathar- 
ine Miller. 

THE PRINCESS with a load on her mind. 
DP13876. SEE Westlake, Wilfred. 

PRINDLE, James P. 

Free for all. DU12643. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

Promises we live by. DU12646. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

PRITCHER, Evelyn. 
The weakling. DU13531. SEE Pritcher, 
Leon. 

PRITCHER, LEON. 
The weakling, a play in three acts, by Leon 
and Evelyn Pritcher. © Leon Pritcher, 
Evelyn Pritcher; Ic 24Feb48; DU13531. 

THE PRIVATE life of Sherlock Holmes. 
DU14096. SEE Kobin, Robert. 

PRIVATE McKay's ghost. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

PRIVILEGE car. SEE Foran, Edward Joseph. 
Pink lemonade. DU12726. 

PRIZE song. DU13344. SEE Krinn, George. 

THE PROBLEM child. SEE Quinto, Eleanor 
Marie Bear. The lady said 'no." DU12577. 

THE PROBLEM of a world basic philosophy. 
C2386. SEE Cook, Jonathan B. 

PROCESS X. DU14580. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 855. 

PROCLAIM liberty. DU13581. SEE Del 
Vecchio, Thomas. 

PROCTER and Gamble Company. SEE 
The Guiding Light (Radio program) 
Joyce Jordan, M.D. (Radio program) 
Life Can Be Beautiful (Radio program) 
Ma Perkins (Radio program) 
The Right to Happiness (Radio program) 
Road of Life (Radio program) 
Young Doctor Malone (Radio program) 



PRODUCTION planning and inventory con- 
trol. C2696. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 
Management conference: Management 
fundamentals, 14th day. 

PROFESSOR Samson's physical fitness pro- 
gram and his motorized quizmasters. 
C2176. SEE Lange, John Fred. 

PROJECT making tendencies: the epileptoid. 
C2643. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. 
Management coiierence: Human relations, 
nth day. 

PROKOF'EV, SERGEI SERGEEVICH. 
The duenna, an opera by Sergei Prokofieff. 
Russian libretto by Mira Mendel son, 
based on the play by Richard Brinsley 
Sheridan. English libretto by Jean Kar- 
savina. New York, Am-Rus Music Agency 
[1948]. 54 p. In three acts. Text only. 
© Am-Rus Music Agency, inc.; 27May48; 
DP15164. 
The duenna; or, Betrothal in a monastery. 
Translated by Jean Karsavina from the 
Russian libretto of Mira Mendel son, for an 
opera by Sergei Prokofieff. In nine 
kartinas. [Text only] © Jean Karsavina; 
Ic 15May48; DU14726. 

PROKOFIEFF, Sergei. SEE Prokof'ev, Sergei 
Sergeevich. 

PROMISE me tomorrow. DU14329. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE PROMISE of the cross. DU12568. SEE 
Haskell, Marguerite Estes. 

THE PROMISED land. DU12911. SEE Clem- 
ent, Victor Kelemen. 

PROMISES we live by. DU12646. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

PROM-o-whee! DU13791. SEE Lannon, John 
David. 

A PROPOSAL. C2527. SEE Byng, Edward 
John Jefferson. 

PROPOSAL for Rotary tower of world friend- 
ship and international hall of progress. 
C2154. SEE McDonald, Frederick H. 

PROPOSED radio announcement for Knox 
Gelatine. DU14130. SEE Cox, Joseph 
Cunningham. 

PROPOSED radio announcement for Knox 
Hats. DU14129. SEE Cox, Joseph Cunning- 
ham. 

PROPOSED radio announcement for Philadel- 
phia Old Stock Beer. DU143 78. SEE Cox, 
Joseph Cunningham. 

PROPOSED television commercial for Dial 
Shoes. DU14128. SEE Cox, Joseph Cunning- 
ham. 

PROTEST. DU14455. SEE Provence, Jean. 

PROUD possession. C2333. SEE Handy Qam) 
Organization, inc. 

PROVENCE, JEAN. 
Protest, a play in three acts. © Jean Pro- 
vence; Ic 7May48; DU14455. 

DER PROZESS. SEE Matthews, John F. The 
scapegoat. DU14821. 

PRUNELLA'S chickens. DU12690. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2341-1566. 

PSARIS, GEORGE PETER. 
The look, an original screen play in 16 
scenes. © George P. Psaris; Ic 9Jun48; 
DU15144. 



88 



CATALOr; OF COPYRTOHT ENTRIES 



PSYCHIATRY checks. 
Sayre, Kathryn D. 



DU14945. SEE 



THE PSYCHOLOGICAL nature of groups. 
C2626. SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Man- 
agement conference: Group relations, 
10th day. 

THE PSYCHOLOGY and effects of motion 
pictures portrayed through Synopsis films. 
C2133. SEE Gordon, Robert Sawyer. 

A PUBLIC address for oral delivery at meet- 
ings or gatherings of laundry owners. 
C2059. SEE Van Ness, Hughes Thomas. 

PUBLIC PROSECUTOR (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© Jerry Fairbanks, inc. 
The case of crepe for Suzette, by Will Gould 

and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 2Apr48; 

DU13770. 
The case of the comic strip murder, by Will 

Gould and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 6Feb48; 

DU12793. 
The case of the dead man's voice, by Don 

Johnson and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

27Feb48; DU13173. ^ 
The case of the devil's heart, by Jack Hasty 

and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 29Mar48; 

DU13659. 
The case of the double clue, by Arthur Hoerl 

and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12603. 
The case of the fabulous liars, by Will Gould 

and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 27Feb48; 

DU13174. 
The case of the family affair, by Will Gould 

and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12605. 
The case of the glamour girls, by Jack 

Hasty and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 20Apr48; 

DU14052. 
The case of the grinning skull, by Don John- 
son and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 22Mar48; 

DU13559. 
The case of the innocent lion, by Lou Lilly 

and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 5Apr48; 

DU13851. 
The case of the jade flute, by Jack Hasty and 

Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 3May48; DU14307. 
The case of the man who wasn't there, by 

Jack Hasty and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

12Jan48; DU12331. 
The case of the missing hour, by Robert 

Stephen Erode and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

26Jan48; DU12606. 
The case of the murder melody, by Will 

Gould and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

30Apr48; DU14300. 
The case of the shattered mirror, by Robert 

Stephen Brode and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

27Feb48; DU13175. 
The case of the surprised corpse, by Bob 

Brode and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

22Mar48; DU13557. 
The case of the swarthy man, by Don John- 
son and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12604. 
The case of the talking horseshoe, by Robert 

Stephen Brode and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

6Feb48; DU12794. 
The case of the thousand terrors, by Rouert 

Brode and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 

29Mar48; DU13660. 
The case of the yellow ticket, bv Jack Hasty 

and Jerry Fairbanks, inc. © Ic 12Jan48; 

DU12332. 
The case where time stood still, by Will 

Gould and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 22Mar48; 

DU13558. 

PUBLIC relations. C2701. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Management conference: 
Management fundamentals, 20th day. 

PONKTCHEN und Anton. SEE Kastner, 
Erich. Dot and Tony. DU12949. 



PUGET, Claudes-Andre. 
Aspects du theatre contemporain en France. 
DP14501. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

PULLING power. C2682. SEE Handy Qam) 
Organization, inc. 

PUNOLOGY. C2580. SEE Rogoff, Elias M. 
Gagology, no. 3. 

PUNS. C2580. SEE Rogoff, Elias M. Gago- 
logy, no. 3. 

THE PUPPET Cinderella. DU12913. SEE 
Freedman, Jerome Seymour. 

PURCELL, PAUL, pseud. 
The royal game, a play in three acts, based 
on the story by Stefan Zweig. [Paul Pur- 
cell is the pseud, of Victor Paul Satin sky 
and Joseph Satinsky] © Victor P. Satinsky, 
Joseph Satinsky; Ic 5Jan48; DU13012. 

PURDY, Joseph Harmon. 
Tom Jones, the romance of a foundling. 
DU15111. SEE Clarkson, Paul Stephen. 

THE PURINA program for calves. C2367. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE PURINA program for growing heifers. 
C2368. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

PURVES, Austin. 
Fish story. DU12556. SEE Harkrider, John. 

PUSH-em-up Tony. DU14315. SEE Jones, 
George Chadwick. 

LA PUTAIN respectueuse. DP15076. SEE 
Sartre, Jean Paul. 

PYLE, Ernest Taylor. 
Home country. DU14370. SEE Aronson, 
Alvin. 

PYLE, Howard. 
King Arthur and his knights. DU14412. SEE 
Rogers, Art. 

PYZEL, ROBERT. 
Quadrille, a play in two acts. © Robert 
Pyzel; Ic 16Apr48; on revisions; DU14017. 
Prev. reg. 28Aug47; D1518. 



-Q- 

QUADRANGLE Club of Washington University, 
St. Louis. 

Hellas belle. DU14448. SEE Stein, Louis 
Ronald. 

QUADRILLE. DU14017. SEE Pyzel, Robert. 

THE QUAIL and the manna. DU12192. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 30. 

QUALITIES of leadership. C2225. SEE 
Bruner, Earle Clarence. Human relations 
in supervision, no. 3. 

THE QUAUTY of mercy. DP15093. SEE 
Dinner, William. 

THE QUARRELSOME leper. DU14966. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

A QUARTER of six. C2369. SEE Handy 0am) 
Organization, inc. 

A QUEEN is born. DU14207. SEE Long, 
William H. 

THE QUEEN'S errands. C2379. SEE Landon, 
Elizabeth S. 

QUEENS in their teens. C2318. SEE Skinner, 
George D. 



THE QUEEN'S ring. DP12117. SEE Peach, 
Lawrence du Garde. 

QUEEN'S Work, inc. 
The mirror of truth. DP12443. SEE Lord, 
Daniel Aloysius. 

A QUESTION of ownership. DU13610. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 61. 

QUIET street. DP14485. SEE Michalica, 
Robert. 

THE QUINBY report. DU13786. SEE Mc- 
Cahon, Carol. 

QUINLAN, MARY EVA. 
Plays for early teens. Boston, Baker's 
Plays [1948]. 119 p. Contents.— Dorothea 
dances the minuet. — Final rehearsal. — 
The Boston Tea Party. —A pan of candy. — 
Why mothers get gray. — The hiding place. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 30Jan48; DP12792. 

QUINN, Don. SEE Fibber McGee and Molly 
(Radio program) 

QUINTO, ELEANOR MARIE BEAR. 

The inner shrine, a drama, including lyrics 
and melody of ' Fear not," by Mrs. Ed- 
ward Quinto. 21 1., 4 p. (music) ® Eleanor 
M. Bear Quinto; Ic 12Feb48; DU13078. 

The lady said No; or. The problem child. A 
one-act drama of modern times, including 
the words of "The If song." © Eleanor M. 
Bear Quinto; Ic 24Jun46; DU12577. 

Metamorphic; or. The worm turns. A com- 
edy in three acts, with lyrics to the song 
"Gardenia." 5 leaves. © Eleanor M. Bear 
Quinto; Ic 12Feb48; DU13077. 

QUIZ KLDS (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by John Bryan 
Lewellen. © Louis G. Cowan, inc. 

392. Dec. 28, 1947. © Ic 29Dec47; C2008. 

393. Jan. 4, 1948. © Ic 5Jan48; C2006. 

394. Jan. 11, 1948. © Ic 12Jan48; C2007. 

395. Jan. 18, 1948. © Ic 19Jan48; C2015. 

396. Jan. 25, 1948. © Ic 26Jan48; C2148. 

397. Feb. 1, 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; C2149. 

398. Feb. 8, 1948. © Ic 9Feb48; C2189. 

399. Feb. 15, 1948. © Ic 16Feb48; C2215. 

400. Feb. 22, 1948. © Ic 24Feb48; C2238. 

401. Feb. 29, 1948. © Ic lMar48; C2239. 

402. Mar. 7, 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; C2263. 

403. Mar. 14, 1948. © Ic 15Mar48; C2307. 

404. Mar. 21, 1948. © Ic 22Mar48; C2308. 

405. Mar. 28, 1948. © Ic 29Mar48; C2383. 

406. Apr. 4, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; C2422. 

407. Apr. 11, 1948. © Ic 13Apr48; C2450. 

408. Apr. 18, 1948. © Ic 19Apr48; C2466. 

409. Apr. 25, 1948. © Ic 26Apr48; C2472. 

410. May 2, 1948. © Ic 3May48; C2568. 

411. May 9, 1948. © Ic 10May48; C2575. 

412. May 16, 1948. ' Ic 17May48; C2591. 

413. May 23, 1948. C- Ic 24May48; C2653. 

414. May 30, 1948. © Ic ljun48; C2722. 

415. June 6, 1948. © Ic 7Jun48; C2762. 

416. June 13, 1948. © Ic 14Jun48; C2738. 

417. June 20, 1948. © Ic 21Jun48; C2763. 

THE QUIZSOUND. C2415. SEE Farkas, 
Lucien Leslie. 

QUIZSPIRATION. C2727. SEE Crowley, Dale 

Spofford. 



QUIZZ the man down. 
Donovan 



DU13772. SEE Pedelty, 



R.F.D. AMERICA (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by John Bryan 
Lewellen. © Louis G. Cowan, inc. 

5. Jan. 1, 1948. © Ic 2Jan48; C1997. 



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R.F.D. AMERICA (Radio program) Cont'd. 

6. Jan. 8, 1948. © Ic 12Jan48; C2000, 

7. Jan. 15, 1948. © Ic 19Jan48; C2016. 

8. Jan. 22, 1948. © Ic 26Jan48; C2035- 
Jan. 29, 1948. © Ic 2Feb48; C2065. 
Feb. 5, 1948. © Ic 9Feb48; C2158. 

11. Feb. 12, 1948. v Ic 15Feb48, C2205. 

12. Feb. 19, 1948. © Ic 24Feb48; C2216. 
Feb. 26, 1948. © Ic lMar48; C2250. 
Mar. 11, 1948. © Ic 15Mar48; C2293. 
Mar. 18, 1948. © Ic 22Mar48; C2310. 
Mar. 25, 1948. © Ic 29Mar48; C2319. 
Apr. 1, 1948. © Ic lApr48; C2390. 

19. Apr. 8, 1948. © Ic 12Apr48; C2430. 

20. Apr. 15, 1948. © Ic 19Apr48; C2451. 
Apr. 22, 1948. © Ic 26Apr48; C2502. 
Apr. 29, 1948. © Ic 3May48, C2532. 
May 6, 1948. © Ic 8May48, C2563. 
May 13, 1948. © Ic 15May48; C2587. 

25-26. June 6, 13, 1948. © Ic each 
14Jun48; C2736-2737. 

27. June 20, 1948. © Ic 21Jun48; C2750. 

28. June 27, 1948. & Ic 28Jun48; C2767. 



9. 
10, 



13. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 



21. 
22. 

23. 
24. 



R.S.V.P. 

mort. 



DU15253. SEE Eames, Ruth Pur- 



RACHEL. DU13025. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

RADCLIFFE, Virginia. 

The black duster. DU13713. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 557. 

Lee of Virginia. DU15245. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 565. 

No greater love. DU13712. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 558. 

Paging Miss Ellen. DU15240. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 559. 

Perfect union. DU13710. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 552. 

Roses in the rain. DU15242. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 561. 

Thunder on the Hudson. DU15246. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 566. 

RADEK, JOHN. 
Niagara Falls, a play in three acts. © John 
Radek; Ic 8Dec47; DU12416. 

RADIO edition of the Bible. SEE Barnouw, 
Erik. 

Four parables. DU14088. 
Golgotha. DU14089. 

RADIO Productions. SEE Doctor's Orders 
(Radio program) 

THE RADIO traveler. C2584. SEE Farkas, 
Lucien Leslie. 

RADIO'S original Bible quiz. SEE Crowley, 
Dale Spofford. Quizspiration. C2727. 

RAFFETTO, Michael. 
Corsican father. DU13359. SEE Glass, 
Everett. 

THE RAFT. DU14593. SEE The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2387-1612. 

RAGASE, ROBERT. 
Hold your sides [twelve smart character 
sketches for men] by Bob Ragase. Boston, 
Baker's Plays [1948]. 127 p. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 28May48; DP15320. 

RAGATZ, Mrs. Henry H. SEE Ragatz, Mary 
Ellen. 

RAGATZ, MARY ELLEN. 
The man with the Book among American 
Indians. [Continuity] © Mary Ellen 
Ragatz (Mrs. Henry H. Ragatz); Ic llMay48; 
DU14613. 
The man with the Book among the colored 
people. [Continuity] © Mary Ellen Ragatz 
(Mrs. Henry H. Ragatz); Ic llMay48; 
DU14614. 



The man with the Book 
[Continuity] © Mary 
Henry H. Ragatz); Ic 

The man with the Book 
pines. [Continuity] S 
(Mrs. Henry H. Ragat 
DU14607. 

The man with the Book 
© Mary Ellen Ragatz 
Ragatz); Ic llMay48; 

The man with the Book 
© Mary Ellen Ragatz 
Ragatz); Ic llMay48; 

The man with the Book 
nuity] © Mary Ellen 
Ragatz); Ic llMay48; 

The man with the Book 

t Continuity] © Mary 
[enry H. Ragatz); Ic 

IL RAGIONIER Ventura. 
Giannini, Guglielmo. 



among the Japanese. 
Ellen Ragatz (Mrs. 
llMay48; DU14608. 
among the Philip- 
) Mary Ellen Ragatz 
z); Ic llMay48; 

in China. [Continuity] 

(Mrs. Henry H. 

DU14310. 

in Egypt. [Continuity] 

(Mrs. Henry H. 

DU14611. 

in Mexico. [Conti- 

Ragatz (Mrs. Henry H. 

DU14609. 

in rural United States. 

Ellen Ragatz (Mrs. 

llMay48; DU14612. 

AF7301. SEE 



RAHAB. DU13041. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

RAHEL o Fon. DU14418. SEE Wurl, Emily 
Sprague. 

liAIKEN, Ralph. 
About face. DU13666. SEE Hymson, Shir- 
ley. 

RAIN on Friday. DU13464. SEE Craig- 
head, Patricia. 



THE RAINBOW claims. DU15224. 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 532. 



SEE Chal- 



THE RAINBOW signal. DU13614. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 65. 



RAINBOW'S gold. DU14684. 
Ranger, no. 2392-1617. 



SEE The Lone 



RAINGER, DAN. 
Young man with a halo, an original musical 
comedy in two acts, by Dan Rainger, Sam 
Rosen and Phillip Gelb. [Text only] 
© Phillip S. Gelb, Samuel M. Rosen, Dan 
Rainger; Ic 16Apr48; DU14020. 



RALPH Powers Productions. 
(Ralph) Productions. 



SEE Powers 



RALSTON Purina Company. 
B P S (Bag Profit Selling). C2677. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Employee training announcement. C2364. 

SEE Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 
Jud Washburn s thoughts. C2025. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
The new road to turkey profits. C2365. 

SEE Handy Qzm) Organization, inc. 
Pantomime skit, Checkerdale training 

meeting, November 1947. C2366. SEE 

Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 
The Purina program for calves. C2367. 

SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
The Purina program for growing heifers. 

C2368. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
A quarter of six. C2369. SEE Handy 0am) 

Organization, inc. 
Start chicks that pay. C2370. SEE Handy 

Qam) Organization, inc. 

RAMBAUD, Henri. 
Cinna. DP12315. SEE Corneille, Pierre. 

RAMBLING on copper. C2010. SEE Raul, 
Minnie L. 

RAND, JERRY. 
Pocohontas goes to London, a musical 
comedy in two acts. [Text only] © Jerry 
Rand; Ic llFeb48; DU12857. 

RANDALL, Carl F. 
Green Table, U. S. A. DU12840. SEE Hark- 
rider, John. 



RANDOLPH, Lynne, pseud. SEE Gurley, 
Phyllis Margaret. 

RANDOM harvest. DU14465. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Apr. 19, 1948. 

RASELY, Charles Wesley. 
Everybody sings. DU14770. SEE Davison, 
Mary Cline. 

RATH, Fred. 
Klondike Kate, a musical comedy in two 
acts by Fred Rath and Lee Sands. [Text 
only] © Lee Sands, Fred Rath; Ic 
13Apr48; DU14125. 

THE RATS. DU14156. SEE Weiner, Ira 
Leslie. 

RATTIGAN, TERENCE. 

Love in idleness, a comedy in three acts. 
London, S. French [1948]. 88 p. iUus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 435) © 
Terence Rattigan; 2Mar48; DP13937. 

The Winslow boy, a play in two acts. 
London, S. French [1948]. 96 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 871) © Sam- 
uel French, ltd.; 3Feb48; DP13878. 

RAUL, MINNIE L. 
Rambling on copper. [Lecture] © Minnie 
L. Raul; Ic 20Jan48; C2010. 

RAVOLD, JOHN DAVID. 
The killing red head, a play in three acts. 
© John David Ravold; Ic 26May48; DU14927. 

RAY, DONALD RICHARD. 
Cafe Everyone, a musical play in three acts, 
by Don Ray. [Text only] © Bernard 
James Peterson; Ic 22Mar48; DU13556. 

RAYFIEL, DAVID. 
The crystal trumpet, a play in four parts. 
© David Rayfiel; Ic 13May48; DU14621. 

RAYMOND, RENE. 
Last page, a play in three acts, by James 



i 



ay 
iP 



Hadiey Chase [pseud. ] London, S. French 
[1947]. 102 p. illus. (French s acting 



edition, no. 1620) 
31Dec47; DP12770 



© Samuel French, ltd.; 



RAYSHOW, inc. SEE 

The Greatest Story Ever Told (Radio pro- 
gram)^ 

Reader's Digest — Radio Edition (Radio 
program) 

THE RAZZBERRY. DP13725. SEE Carter, 
Leslie H. 

REA, DAVID MacGREGOR. 
No time for conscience, a three-act comedy. 
© David Rea; Ic 26Apr48; DU14175. 

REACH, JAMES. 
Angel child. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 

(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 

royalty holiday. DP13966. 
The kid himself, a comedy of youth in three 

acts. New York, S. French [1947]. 90 p. 

illus. © Samuel French; ljul47; DP13974. 
Once upon a midnight, a mystery comedy in 

three acts. New York, S. French [1948]. 

87 p. illus. © Samuel French; 19Mar48; 

DP13978. 

REACHIN' for the moon. DU12897, DP14479. 
SEE Wurl, Emily Sprague. 

READ, Claire, pseud. SEE Davis, Claire H. 

READER'SDIGEST— RADIO EDITION (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series, based on articles 
printed in "Reader's Digest," are by 
various authors. © Rayshow, inc. 



<K) 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



READER'SDIGEST — FLADIO EDITION (Radio 
program) 
93' Dec. 18, 1947. Song from heaven, by 
Robert Sloane. ® Ic 29Dec47; DU12353. 

94. Dec. 25, 1947. The only wise man, by 
Robert Cenedella. t^ Ic 31Dec47; DU12169. 

95. Jan. 1, 1948. The master swindle, by 
Robert Sloane. i^ Ic 12Jan48; DU12374., 

96. Jan. 8, 1948. The woman who couldn't 
come home, by Henry Denker. C Ic 
14Jan48; DU12396. 

97. Jan. 15, 1948. The hand on the latch, 
by Henry Denlcjr. © Ic 20Jan48; DU124 72. 

98. Jan. 22, Ib-xS. The strange story of 
John Ericssoi, by Robert Cenedella. © Ic 
27Jan48; DU'-ol7. 

99. Jan. 29, 1948. Lady for ransom, by 
Margaret Lewerth. © Ic 5Feb48; DU12786. 

100. Feb. 5, 1948. The case of the dormi- 
tory thefts, by Robert Sloane. © Ic 
13Feb48; DU12894. 

101. Feb. 12, 1948. The Baron of Arizona, 
by Robert Sloane. © Ic 19Feb48; DU12989. 

102. Feb. 19, 1948. I was a male war bride, 
by Robert Cenedella. © Ic 3Mar48; 
DU13231. 

103. Feb. 26, 1948. The woman detective 
and the stolen jewels, by Margaret Lewerth. 
© Ic 4Mar48; DU13300. 

104. Mar. 4, 1948. Josef discovers America, 
by Robert Sloane. © Ic 15Mar48; DU13415. 

105. Mar. 11, 1948. Eavesdroppers in Eden, 
by Robert Cenedella. ©' Ic 18I^r48; 
DU13471. 

106. Mar. 18, 1948. One way to Broadway, 
by Robert Sloane. © Ic 24Mar48; DU13597. 

107. Mar. 25, 1948. Deepwater captain, by 
Robert Cenedella. © Ic 30Mar48; DU13740. 

108. Apr. 1, 1948. And so they married, by 
Robert Cenedella. © Ic 8Apr48; DU13848. 

109. Apr. 8, 1948. Spin a silver dollar, by 
Robert Cenedella. © Ic 13Apr48; DU13941. 

110. Apr. 15, 1948. The American master 
counterfeiters, by Robert Cenedella. © Ic 
21Apr48; DU14223. 

111. Apr. 22, 1948. The double miracle, by 
Robert Sloane. © Ic 6May48; DU14426. 

112. Apr. 29, 1948. We shook the family 
tree, by Robert Sloane. © Ic 5May48; 
DU14386. 

113. May 6, 1948. "Bonus notches, pal!" 
by Robert Cenedella. © Ic 19May48; 
DU14730. 

114. May 13, 1948. A hound-dog man, by 
Robert Sloane. © Ic 19May48; DU14741. 

115. [May 20, 1948] Meet Miss Boo, by 
Robert Cenedella. © Ic 22May48; DU14840. 

116. [May 27, 1948] Debt of honor, by 
Robert Sloane. © Ic 22May48; DU14839. 

117. [June 3, 1948] Why housewives have 
no wliiskers, by Margaret Lewerth. © Ic 
25May48; DU14947. 

READING from left to right. DU14057. SEE 
Lief, Bert William. 

READING, Pa. Senior High School Library. 
It's easy if you know how. DP15186. SEE 
Gilliams, Caroline Anne. 

READY, STUART. 
The last word, a play for women in one act. 
London, S. French [1947]. 24 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 283) © Sam- 
uel French, ltd.; 17Dec47; DP12769. 

REAL DE LA RIVA, CESAR. 
Campocerrado, poema popular en 3 actos. 
Letra por Cesar Real de la Riva, musica 
por Gerardo Gombau Guerra. [Text only] 
© Cesar Real de la Riva, Gerardo Gombau 
Guerra; Ic 30Mar48; DU13734. 



REAL estate loans. 
Dominic Carl. 



C2303, SEE Armanino, 



THE REAL Fleece Garment Company. C2551. 
SEE Hedrick, Paul. 



REARDON, MARK SYLVESTER. 
The dummy, a comedy in one act. ® Mark 
Sylvester Reardon, 3d; Ic 16Apr48; 
DU14016. 

THE REASON why Columbus sailed. SEE 
Hunt, Mrs. Cecil Sloat. 
Columbo. DU14450. 
Columbus. DU14451-14452. 

THE REASONS why! C2374. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

REBEKAH. DU13024. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

A RECENTLY-discovered portrait of George 
Washington. C2273. SEE Davis, Lillian 
Bassett. 

RECEPTION at castle. DU12541. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 7. 

RECEPTION of humor; Sense of humor and 
point of view. C2434. SEE Rogoff, Elias M. 
Humorology, no. 4-5. 

RECORD-ads. C2315. SEE Paige, Albert. 

RECORD Music Corporation. 
What are you raising your children for? 

C2168. SEE Washington, Frederick. 
What is love? C2517. SEE Cook, William. 
The wildest creature that ever lived. 

C2169. SEE Washington, Frederick. 

RECORDING acts. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Deeds. C2212. 

RECORDING for frankfurt meeting. C2330. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 

A RECORDING of borrowed thoughts. SEE 
Coleman, Hamilton. Shakespeare and the 
Bible. C2064. 

REC-O-TOUR Recording Company. 
The Cave of the Winds. C2525. SEE 

Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 
The Garden of the Gods. C2455. SEE 

Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 
Pike's Peak. C2572. SEE Shafer, Elizabeth 

Jane. 
Seven Falls and South Cheyenne Cafion. 

C2510. SEE Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 

RED Feather's counter-attack. DU13821. 
SEE Bardwell, K. Louise. 

THE RED herring. DU12964. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 517. 

RED hot air. DU14269. SEE Pierce, Emily 
Stanton. 

THE RED mill. SEE Valentine, Irma S. 
Tuneful tales: The red mill. C2567. 

REED, Lawrence, pseud. SEE Gevirtz, 
Lawrence Earle. 

REED, ROBERT RENTOUL. 
Adventures of Capricorn, a radio show. 
Script no. 1, Apr. 3, 1948. © Robert Ren- 
toul Reed; Ic 16Apr48; on revisions; 
DU14440. Prev. rg. 8Aug47; D1584. 

REEDS in the wind. DU12810. SEE Brooker, 
William Fawcett. 

REEID, NATHANIEL EDWARD. 
The people's choice, a commentary on the 
American political machine, in three acts. 
© Nathaniel Edward Reeid; Ic 10May48; 
DU14605. 

REEMSNYDER, ROBERT H. 
Fanny, ho! A play in one scene, by Robert H. 
Reemsnyder and Margot Brown. © Robert H. 
Reemsnyder, Margot Brown; Ic 21Jun48; 
DU15379. 



REES, ALBERT WINFIELD. 
Economic relationships; lecture no. 1. 
Text to accompany projected slides. 
© Albert Winfield Rees; Ic 12Jan48; C2199. 

REEVES, ZOE. 
The sportsmen's show. Escape from death 
in a walrus hunt. [Radio script] © Zoe 
Reeves; Ic 18Dec47; DU12253. 

REFLECTION of death. DU14679. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 336. 

REFRESHER course. DU13054. SEE First 
Nighter, Nov. 15, 1947. 

THE REFUGEE. SEE 
Horowitz, Isac. DU12855. 
Maltz, Maxwell. DU1S307. 

REGELSON, Abraham. 
Shylock and his daughter. DP12153. SEE 
Schwartz, Maurice. 

REICH, Dore. 
The freedom. DP14478. SEE Gard, Robert 

Edward. 
In old Green Bay. DU12833. SEE Gard, 

Robert Edward. 
River boat. DP14477. SEE Gard, Robert 

Edward. 

REICH, RICHARD. 
The frailest thing, a play in three acts. 
© Richard Reich; Ic 19May48; DU14785. 

REID, Fay Dix. 
Girls' school. DU12684. SEE Spickers, 
William. 

REID, Lewis. 
Musical cross word puzzle. DU13768. SEE 
Morris, Herman C. 

REIGELMAN, PERRY PRESCOTT. 
These tremendous years, a drama in three 
acts. © Perry Prescott Reigelman; Ic 
21Jun48; on revisions; DU15263. Prev. 
reg. 18Jan35; D33181. 

REIGEN. SEE Zachary, Loren Ludwig. Cock- 
tail in Hollywood. DU12378. 

REINAU, Mrs. Erich. SEE Reinau, Mary 
Elizabeth. 

REINAU, MARY ELIZABETH. 
The forsaken merman; in four acts and a 
postlude, adapted from the poem of the 
same title by Matthew Arnold. [Film 
script] 4 leaves. © Mary Elizabeth Rei- 
nau (Mrs. Erich Reinau); Ic 19Jan48; 
DU12409. 

REINDEER rescued. DU12552. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 18. 

REINHART, ROBERT. 
Three sketches. © Robert Reinhart; Ic 
each 23Mar48. 

The story of Sleeping Beauty. DU14890. 
Ballet bureaucratique. DU14891. 
Willy Nilly, the sorcerer's apprentice. 
DU14892. 

REINHERZ, LEONA GOSMAN. 
Captain Plume presents, a comedy in three 
acts, by Lee Bertram [pseud.] and Myra 
Chipmaa © Leona Gosman Reinherz, Nettie 
Myra Chipman; Ic 9Mar48; on additions and 
revisions; DU13686. Prev. reg. "Broad- 
way opening;" 5Mar45, D92621; 27Mar46, 
D2264. 

REISCH, Walter. 

Zwei Herzen im Dreivierteltakt. SEE 
Drake, William A. Two hearts in waltz 
time. DU12398. 



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REISEWITZ, ELLEN ANNA. 
A trip to Santa's. [A dramatic composi- 
tion] 11 leaves. © Ellen Anna Reisewitz: 
Ic 15Dec47; DU12245. 

REISFELD, BERT. 
Mail and female, a musical comedy by 
Victor Clement and Karl McGuire; music 
by Bert Reisfeld, lyrics by Karl McGuire 
and Bert Reisfeld. In two acts and finale. 
Based on 'fipousez-nous, monsieur," by 
Jean de Letraz. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Bert Reisfeld; Ic 
24May48; DU14883. 

REISLAND, CALVIN MICHAEL. 
Three very nice girls, a comedy in three 
acts. © Calvin Michael Reisland; Ic 
26Dec47; DU12509. 

THE REJECT guy. DU14355. SEE Stetson, 
Helen Sloan. 

THE RELATIVE trap. DU14233. SEE Camp- 
bell, Jean Hamilton. 

RELAXING time. DU14297. SEE Stedman, 
Sidney R. 

RELIGIOUS frontiers westward. DU12830. 
SEE Nichols, Marie Leona. 

THE RELUCTANT ghost. DU14625. SEE 
Crawford, Oliver. 

THE RELUCTANT virgin. DU15328. SEE 
Valency, Maurice Jacques. 

RENDER unto Wagner. DU14365. SEE Steig- 
man, Benjamin M. 

THE RENDEZVOUS. DU13624. SEE Squires, 
Beulah. 

RENE Dusaq story. DU12164. SEE The Ad- 
venturers' Club, Jan. 3, 1948. 

RENTHAL, Sidney. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

REPEAT performance. DU14462. SEE 
Levy, Annette Frances. 

REPERTOIRE! DU15084. SEE Faricy, George. 

REPORT card. DU13811. SEE Monroe, 
Charles S. 

REPORT CARD FOR PARENTS (Radio pro- 
gram) 
Scripts in this series are by Sophie Beatrice 

Altman. © Sophie B. Altman. 
1. © Ic 13Feb48; C2170. 
2-3. © Ic each 19Feb48; C2241-2242. 
4. © Ic 15Apr48; C2437. 

REPORT from Rusty. DU14077. SEE Free- 
man, Ben Peter. 

RESEARCH. DU15059. SEE Schrock, Mar- 
garet. Careers in home economics, no. 6. 

RESIDENTS of many communities, citizens 
of none. C2744. SEE West, Margaret. 

RESSLER, BENJAMIN. 
Die kinder fon Yisroel (The children of 
Israel). A play. 34 leaves. [Yiddish text] 
© Benjamin Ressler; Ic 4Mar48; DU13298. 

REST upon the wind. DU13892. SEE Hartman, 
Patience Helen. 

RESTAURANT skit. DU12819. SEE Simon, 
Daniel. 

RESTRICTED. DU12325, DU13274. SEE 

Spira, Alva Ann. 



THE RESURRECTION. DU13741. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 62. 

RESURRECTION morning. DP14632. SEE 
Meredith, Isaac Hickman. 

THE RESURRECTION of Cyril Clive. DU13278 
SEE White, Howard William. 

RESURRECTION'S dawn. DU12955. SEE 
Stroud, Albert Ben. 

RETAIL merchandising. DU15057. SEE 
Schrock, Margaret. Careers in home eco- 
nomics, no. 4. 

RETAIL seUing. DU14526, DU14528. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

LE RETOUR d'Ulysse. DP14247. SEE Lud- 
wig, Emil. 

THE RETURN. DU12860. SEE Folgner, 
Arthur Maxwell. 

RETURN at evening. DU13126. SEE Grafton, 
Edith Kingstone. 

THE RETURN of the penitent. DU14027. SEE 
Gentry, Lawrence. 

THE RETURN of the ransomed. DP15348. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 169. 

RETURN to glory. DU12291. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 533. 

REUTER, Fritz. 
Ut mine Stromtid. SEE Jacobson, Otto. Saat 
und Mahd. DU14216. 

REVENGE. SEE Nordine, Kenneth Edward. 
Stage for the word. DU13167. 

REVERSE revenge. DU12655. SEE Peterson, 
Joseph S. 

REVISED description of Number Jack. 
DU13130. SEE Gottschalkson, Falk Felix. 

THE REVIZOR. SEE Stein, Morris. The man 
from Topeka. DU12822. 

REWARD offered. DU14887. SEE Fromer, 
Anne. 

REYMOND, MARGUERITE VIOLA. 
The white knight, castle of light. A play for 
children in three scenes. © Marguerite V. 
Reymond; Ic 24Mar48; DU14124. 

REYNOLDS, EARLE L. 
I weep for you, a rugged comedy in three 
acts. © Earle L. Reynolds; Ic 8Apr48; 
DU14085. 

REYNOLDS, Rachel. 
Stranger in the night. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

RHODEN, EDWIN. 
The silver lining, a new quiz show. [Conti- 
nuity] © Edwin Rhoden; Ic 9Feb48; 
C2376. 

RIBBLE, HAZEL MARY VIRGINIA. 
The story of the angels. [Continuity] 
© Hazel Ribble; Ic 22Dec47; DU12932. 

RICE, ANN MARSHALL. 
Cinderella, a play in three scenes. © Assn. 
of the Junior Leagues of America, inc.; 
12Jan48; DP12566. 

RICE, Charlotte Anne. 
Red hot air. DU14269. SEE Pierce, Emily 
Stanton. 



RICE, ELMER L. 
Street scene, an American ojpera [in two 
acts] based on Elmer Rice s play. Music 
by Kurt Weill, book by Elmer Rice, lyrics 
by Langston Hughes. New York, Chappell 
[1948]. 273 p. © Kurt Weill, Elmer Rice, 
Langston Hughes; 4Feb48; DP14044. 

RICH, MAXINE PANNEY. 
Buoy ahead a one-act play. © Maxine Pan- 
ney Rich (Mrs. Warren R.); Ic 5Apr48: 
DU13788. 



SEE Rich, Maxine 



RICH, Mrs. Warren. 
Panney. 

RICH man, poor man, beggar man. DU12703. 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio pro- 
gram) 

THE RICHARD Marsden Brown presentation. 
SEE Harkrider, John. Fame Field. DU12839. 

RICHARDS, ALINE MARY CAMPION. 
BranweH, a play in five acts [by] Martyn 

t, Lonf 



Richards [pseud.] Dorset, Longmans (Dor 
Chester) [^1948]. 65 p. © Longi 
Chester) ltd.; 31Jan48; DP15044. 



RICHARDS, ARTHUR. 
Name the star, a quiz program. [Sample 
radio script] © Arthur (Dick) Richards; 
Ic 28Jun48; DU15362. 

RICHARDS, Martyn, pseud. SEE Richards, 
Aline Mary Campion. 

RICHARDS, STANLEY. 

Beyond the shadow, a play in one act. © Stan- 
ley Richards; Ic llMay48; DU14655. 

Mood piece, a play in one act. San Francisco, 
Banner Play Bureau, © 1947. 19_p. © Ban- 
ner Play Bureau, inc.; lDec47; DP12152. 
Prev. reg. 10Jul46; D unp. 4410. 

Once to every boy, a memory play in one act. 
© Stanley Richards: Ic 31Mar48; DU14081. 

Through a glass, darkly. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

RICHARDSON, EOS PETTY. 
Portrait gallery of Bible women. [Dramatic 
compositions in free verse] © Eos Petty 
Richardson (Mrs. John F. Richardson); 
Ic each 14Jan48; DU13022-13044. Contents: 
Woman of Galilee, DU13022; Hagar, 
DU13023; Rebekah, DU13024; Rachel, 
DU13025; Thermuthis, DU13026; Miriam, 
DU13027; Asenath, DU13028; Hannah, 
DU13029; Ruth, DU13030; Abigail, DU13031; 
Mary, sister of Martha, DU13032; Woman 
of Samaria, DU13033; Herodias, DU13034; 
Mary, mother of John Mark, DU13035; 
Mary Magdalene, DU13036; Mary, mother 
of Jesus, DU13037; Claudia Proculla, 
DU13038; Bathsheba, DU13039; Zipporah, 
DU13040; Rahab, DU13041; Jemima, 
DU13042; Naaman's wife, DU13043; Sarah, 
DU13044. 

RICHARDSON, Mrs. John F. SEE Richardson, 
Eos Petty. 

RICHARDSON, WILLIS. 
She's getting married, a play in three acts. 
© Willis Richardson; Ic 27Jan48; DU12665. 

RICHFIELD Oil Corporation. 
Oregon and its hatural resources. C2554. 

SEE Wilding Rcture Productions, inc. 
Washington and its natural resources. 

C2553. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 

inc. 

RICHMAN, Robert. 
Killer-of-Enemies. DU14087. SEE Hawkins, 
Erick. 

RICHMAN, SAUL. 
Gift of gab, a Saul Richman production, for 



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RICHMAN, SAUL. Cont'd. 

radio, television, movie shorts, or parlor 
games. 3 leaves, t? Saul Richman; Ic 
13May48; DU14654. 

RICHMOND, SUSAN. 
Down our street, a play for women [in four 
scenes]. London, H. F. W. Deane; Boston, 
W. H. Baker Co. [1947]. 32 p. (''Special 
play" series) S Susan Richmond; 23Sep47; 
DP12630. 

RICHTER, CLARA S. 
Farmer Brown goes to town; [or] Watch my 
world, by Phileo R. Lovell [pseud.] A play 
in a prologue and four acts. © Clara S. 
Richter; Ic 20May48; DU14786. 

RICHTER, IRVING SEYMOUR. 
Out of this world, a play in nine scenes. 
© Irving Seymour Richter; Ic 21Jun48; 
DU15281. 

RICKMBRE, ARA P. 

The cause of fires in airplane, airto and rail- 
road accidents. [Lecture] (^ Ara P. 
Rickmire; Ic 23Apr48; C2507. 

The similarity of the explosions of Vesuvius, 
August 24, 79 A.D. and Krakatoa, August 27, 
1883, and the phenomena relating to con- 
ditions on or adjacent to the ecliptic circle 
and. the equator. [Lecture]^ © Ara P. 
Rickmire; Ic 14^Iay48; C2583. 

RIDE a cock-horse. DU14003. SEE Taylor, 
Ethel Stoddard. 

REDE the pink horse. DU12355. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Dec. 8, 1947. 

RIDENOUR, Louis Nicot. 
Pilot lights of the Apocalypse. SEE Eastman, 
Fred, ed. One-act plays of spiritual power. 
DP15231. 

RIDICULOUS and sublime. DP13761. SEE 
Jacob son, Percy. 

RIEBLING, Richard. 
Never lonely again. DU13347. SEE Jordan, 
Elizabeth. 

RIGGS, LYNN. 
Hang on to love, a play in two acts. New 
York, S. French [^1948]. 137 p. illus. 
© Lynn Riggs; 3May48; on revisions; 
DP14650. Prev. reg. "The domino parlor;" 
30Aug30; D unp. 7016. 

THE RIGHT of way mystery. DU13670. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 69. 

THE RIGHT TO HAPPINESS (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by John M. 
Young. © Procter & Gamble Co. 

2125. Dec. 12, 1947. © Ic 9Jan48; DU12311. 

2149. Jan. 15, 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12735. 

2171. Feb. 16, 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; 

DU13449. 

2188. Mar. 10, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13780. 

2220. Apr. 23, 1948. © Ic 5May48; DU14396. 

2231. June 7, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; DU15369. 

RILEY, MAUDE KEMPER. 
Why is modern art? Part 1 of an historical 
series in four parts, titled "The artist 
and this changing world." Shooting script. 
© Maude Kemper Riley, MKR' s Art Outlook 
(a publication); Ic 20Apr48; C2556. 



RILEY, RAYMOND JAMES. 
Vindication, a story of tolerance and justice. 
[Narration]. 9 leaves. © Louis Bertram 
Heller, Harry Heller, Raymond James Riley; 
Ic 14Apr43; DU14000. 



THE RIM. DU14425. SEE Boyd, Byron Bennett. 



THE RIMEVILLE teachers get a raise. 
DU13339. SEE Taylor, Arthur Willis. 

RING around a Haman. DP12940. SEE 
Borowitz, Eugene B. 

RISE of her bloom. DU12825. SEE Hughes, 
Elizabeth Wilson. 

THE RISING wind. DU15324. SEE Gilbert, 
Leon Martin. 

RITTER, John. 
The cross roads of destiny. DU14373. SEE 
Blaney, Charles Edward. 

RITTER, L. A. 
Peace! [Lecture] © L. A. Ritter; Ic 

24FebC8; C2222. 
Peace and prosperity. [Lecture] © L. A. 
Ritter; Ic 2Feb48; C2I96. 

RIVA, Cesar Real de la. SEE Real de la Riva, 
Cesar. 

RTVAS, Patricia Martinez de. SEE Martinez 
de Rivas, Patricia. 

RIVER boat. DP14477. SEE Gard, Robert 
Edward. 

RIVER boy. DU12634. SEE Marshall, Grant. 

RIVER Jordan. DP12205. SEE The Eternal 
Light, no. 154. 

RIVERO, RAMON. 

Las mil y una carcajadas, de Glostora. 
[Radio script for] May 7, 1948. © Ster- 
ling Products International, inc.; Ic 
12May48; DU14703. 

La vida en broma. [Radio script for] 
May 17, 1948. © Sterling Products Inter- 
national, inc.; Ic 20May48; DU14828. 

RIVIELLO, MICHAEL. 
Giuramento and tradimento d'amore; 
dramma. 30 leaves. © IVBchael Riviello; 
Ic 4Feb48; DU12834. 

ROAD OF LIFE (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by Howard 
Teichmann. © Procter & Gamble Co. 

2667. Dec. 3, 1947. © Ic 9Jan48; DU12313. 

2707. Jan. 28, 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12736. 

2713. Feb. 5, 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; DU13447. 

2733. Mar. 4, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13778. 

2757. Apr. 7, 1948. © Ic 5May48; DU14394. 

2803. June 10, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; DU15367. 

ROAD quizz. C2511-2513. SEE Poggia, Emily 
Elise. 

ROAD signs to your future. C2009. SEE 
Lewis (Frank) inc. 

ROADIQUETTE. C2512. SEE Poggia, Emily 
Elise. Road quizz, no. 2. 

ROATE, James Arthur. SEE First Nighter 
(Radio program) 

ROBERT Foran story. DU12165. SEE The 
Adventurers' Club, Dec. 27, 1947. 

ROBERTS, Ben. 
Portrait in black. DP13972. SEE Goff, Ivan. 

ROBERTS, Craig. 
Tale of the Gypsies. DU14299. SEE Julin, 
Arthur Otto. 

ROBERTS, GORDON. 
Gratefully yours, a comedy in three acts. 
© Gordon Roberts; Ic 19Feb48; DU12990. 

ROBERTS, HELEN M. 
Junior high plays for special occasions, a 



collection of ten to twenty minute plays 
for junior high and the upper grades. 
San Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, 
cl948. 91 p. Contents.— The holy vow.— 
The mosquito man.— Lincoln, the im- 
mortal.— The challenge.— Improving 
Wilbur.— Joan of Arc, the dauntless maid.— 
He dared to dream.— Temperature, start- 
ling.— Gift of the stranger.- The moaning 
ghost.— Beneath the thunderoak.— Ye good 
old days. © Banner Play Bureau, inc.; 
15May48; DP14879._ 

Parade of California's progress, a pageant 
of development and progress [in six epi- 
sodes]. San Francisco. Banner Play 
Bureau, cl948. 46 p. 'Bibliography for 
Parade of California's progress": p. 45-46. 
© Banner Play Bureau, inc.; 30Apr48; 
DP14432. 

They found gold in California, a discovery 
of gold play, in one act. San Francisco, 
Banner Play Bureau, cl948. 20 p. © Ban- 
ner Play Bureau, inc.; lMar48; DP13723. 

ROBERTS, Paul. 
The woman with red hair. DU13632. SEE 
Locke, Sam David. 

ROBIN, RED. 
Neoyne, a narration. Scripts no. 1-5. © Red 
Robin; Ic each 8Mar48; C2254-2258. 



ROBIN Hood. 
Barre D. 



DU12480. SEE Williams, 



ROBINS, EDWARD H. 
Those who will not see, a drama in three 
acts, by Edward H. Robins and Reina Bond 
Robins. © Edward H. Robins, Reina Bond 
Robins; Ic 3May48; DU14301. 



ROBINS, Reina Bond. 
Those who wUl not see. DU14301. 
Robins, Edward H. 



SEE 



ROBINSON, DAVID. 

The grass is always greener, a play in two 

acts. © David Robinson; Ic 15Dec47; 

DU12506. 
The winds of Carbajal, a play in seven 

scenes. © David Robinson; Ic ljun48; 

DU15176. 

ROBINSON, Jack. SEE The Great Gilder- 
sleeve (Radio program) 

ROBINSON, MARVIN WILLIAM. 
And you cry alone, a play. 38 leaves. 
© Marvin William Robinson; Ic 24May48; 
DU14878. 
Exodus— 1947; a dance drama, in one act. 
[Text only] © Marvin William Robinson; 
Ic 22Mar48; DU13883. 

ROBINSON, MARY EVELYN. 
The story of the little frogs. [Narration] 
© Mary Evelyn Robinson; Ic 14May48; 
C2707. 

ROB SON, JOHN LUTTRELL. 
Blue Ridge, a play in three acts, by Jack 
Robson. © John Luttrell Robson; Ic 
26May48; DU15249. 

ROBY, Paul, pseud. SEE Evrard, Robert. 



ROCHE, James Jeffrey. 
By gemini. DU15365. 
beth Anne. 



SEE Baylor, Elisa- 



ROCHE, WILLIAM BOSWORTH. 
[Automobile safety jingles for radio] by Wil- 
liam Bosworth Roche and Gus James Con- 
stantinides. © William Bosworth Roche, 
Gus Constantinides; Ic each 25Feb47. 

L-1. Curve crazy. C2119. 
L-2. Back seat driver. C2120. 



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ROCHE, WILLUM BOSWORTH. Cont'd. 

L-3. Fly easy over railroad tracks. C2121. 

L-4. The playful driver. C2122. 

L-5. A sophisticated accident. C2123. 

L-6. Drunken driver. C2124.. 

L-7. Loose nuts are dangerous. C2125. 

L-8. C2126. 

S-1. C2127. 

S-2. C2128. 

S-3. C2129. 

S-4. C2130. 

ROCK a dry baby with Dr. Pheiffer's wiper 
diapers. C1985. SEE McLarty, John. 

RODEHEAVER Company. 
The Bethlehem givers. DP12322. SEE Yale, 

Elsie Duncan. 
The Easter heritage. DP13568. SEE Yale, 

Elsie Duncan. 
Happy landing. DP12323. SEE Yale, Elsie 

Duncan. 
Ye are my witnesses. DP13567. SEE 

Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

RODGERS, LOLITA RACLIN. 
Talking with Toni, a radio program, by Lo- 
lita Raclin Rodger s and Sherwin Robert 
Rodger s. A complete week of sample 
scripts. © Lolita Raclin Rodgers; Ic each 
24May48. 

Monday fashion show. DU15016. 
Tuesday homemaker show. DU15017. 
Wednesday cultural show. DU15018. 
Thursday decorator's show. DU15019. 
Friday entertainment show. DU15020. 

RODGERS, RICHARD. 
Allegro, a musical play, by Richard Rodgers 
and Oscar Hammer stein n. Book and 
lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein E. [1st ed.] 
New York, A. A. Knopf, 1948. 157 p. Text 
only. © Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammer- 
stein 11; 12Mar48; A16410. 

RODGERS, Sherwin Robert. 
Talking with Toni. DU15016-15020. SEE 
Rodgers, Lolita Raclin. 

RODHOLM, S/jSren Damsgaard. 
Ambrosius. DU12432. SEE Molbech, Chris- 
tian Knud Frederik. 

RODRIGUEZ, Maria-Rosa Obeda. 
Olimpiada mitologica. DU12151. SEE 
Ybarrola, Luis Fabrellas. 

ROE, JAMES. 
The cause of malaria, a lecture. Revised. 
© James Roe; Ic 12Apr48; C2463. Prev. 
reg. 10Aug45; C176U. 
Electricity; what it is. A lecture. © James 
Roe; Ic 22Apr48; C2508. 

ROBBELING, Harald. 
Anni. DU14980. SEE Neufeld, Max. 

ROERICK, William George. 
The happiest years. DU14574. SEE Coley, 
Thomas Luther. 

HOFFMAN, MAURICE. 
Topsy-turvy quiz. [Radio script] © Mau- 
rice Hoffman; Ic 23jan48; DU12517. 

ROGER-Ferdinand. SEE Ferdinand, Roger. 

ROGERS, ART. 
King Arthur and his knights, a play in one 
act, with a prologue. Based on an original 
story by Lawrence Grant and on texts by 
Howard Pyle and Sir James Knowles. 
© Arthur M. McLaird, Jr.; Ic 30Apr48; 
DU14412. 

ROGOFF, ELIASM. 
Gagology. A series of lectures by Rex 
Fuller [pseud.] © Elias M. Rogoff. 



1. Introduction. © Ic 14May48; C2580. 

2. Capsule comedy. © Ic 14May48; C2580. 

3. Puns (Punology). © Ic 14May48; C2580. 
[4.] Gagufacture. © Ic 21May48; C2613. 
Humorology. A series of lectures by Rex 

Fuller [pseud.] © Elias M. Rogoff. 

1. Humor. © Ic 13Apr48; C2432. 

2. The thing pleasing. © Ic 13Apr48; 
C2433. 

3. Laughter. © Ic 13Apr48; C2433. 

4. Reception of humor. © Ic 13Apr4£; 
C2434. 

5. Sense of humor and point of view. 
© Ic 13Apr48; C2434. 

6. The vehicle. © Ic 13Apr48; C2435. 

7. The perpetrator. © Ic 13Apr48; 
C2435. 

8. The foil. © Ic 13Apr48; C2435. 

9. Delivery. © Ic 16Apr48; C2447. 

10. Results. © Ic 16Apr48; C2447. 

11. Wit. © Ic 16Apr48; C2448. 

12. Stuges. © Ic 16Apr48; C2448. 

13. Props. © Ic 16Apr48; C2448. 

14. Cause in humor. © Ic 13Apr48; C2436. 

15. Subject matter. © Ic 16Apr48; C2446. 

16. Writing comedy. © Ic 16Apr48; C2446. 
[17.] Gagalogs. © Ic 25May48; C2683. 

Last aid; or. Let's go! An original comedy 
in 18 episodes, which includes original 
comedy songs interspersed and related to 
episodes. By Rex Fuller [pseud.] ©Elias 
M. Rogoff; Ic 10May48; DU14521. 

The window cleaners, by Rex Fuller [pseud.] 
An episode in the comedy series "The Ace 
Employment Agency." [Continuity] 
© Elias M. Rogoff; Ic 24Feb48; DU13227. 

ROHN, Elissa R., pseud. SEE Kohn, Rose 

Simon. 

LE ROI du Bagne. DU12295. SEE Juchereau 
de Saint-Denys, Jacques de. 

ROLAND, Georges, pseud. SEE Schiitz, Adolf. 

ROLLER, GILBERT. 
Joey, say boo; a play in three acts. © Gil- 
bert Roller; Ic 10Feb48; DU12843. 

ROLLING on rayon. C2749. SEE Perlman, 
Ellis Sherman. 

ROLLING stones. DU14161. SEE Xanthopoulo, 
Panayotis Achilles. 

ROLLINS, LEIGHTON. 
Hippolytus, freely adapted from the Hippo- 
lytus of Euripides. 63 leaves. © Leighton 
RoUins; Ic 17May48; DU14695. 

ROLNIK, ROBERT. 
The escape of Herbert Hinkle. [Radio script] 
© Robert Rolnik; Ic 13Jan48; DU12329. 

RO MAINS, JULES. 
Grace encore pour la terrel [Piece en] trois 

actes. [Paris] Gallimard [1947]. 233 p. 

© Librairie Gallimard; ljul47; DP12319. 
Une tradition theatrale. DP14502. SEE 

Arnold, Paul. 

ROMANCE and happiness pass me by. DU13619, 
SEE Mabry, Irene B. 

THE ROMANCE of food. C2714. SEE Phair, 
Jean E. Green enchantment. 

THE ROMANCE of Jacob and Rachel. B5-3300. 
SEE Sawyer, Reuben Herbert. 

ROMANCE on the river. DU14136. SEE 
Drake, Constance. 

THE ROMANIS of Greenwich Village. C2380. 
SEE Panetta, George. 



ROMEO and Judy. SEE Taylor, Ethel Stod- 
dard. Ride a cock-horse. DU14003. 

ROMEO and Juliet. SEE 
Hyer, Julien C. Great lovers of history. 

DP14227. 
Millmgton, Gwendolen Marjorie. DU13484. 

ROODKOWSKY, NIKITA DIMITRIEVITCH. 
Secret of Prometheus, a play in four acts. 
© Niklta Dimitrievitch Roodkowsky; Ic 
12Jan48; DU12377. 

THE ROOM at the top. SEE Farjeon, Joseph 
Jefferson. Benologues. DP13502. 

ROOS, FRANCES HOMER. 
Scrap book, a play in monologue sequence, 

with five scenes, by Frances Homer. 

© Frances Homer Roos; Ic 14Jan48; 

DU12922. 
Unplanned parenthood, a monologue, by 

Frances Homer. 5 leaves. © Frances 

Homer Roos; Ic 14Jan48; DU12923. 

ROOT, HELEN L. 
Camille; script for a motion picture short 
subject, based on the first act of Verdi's 
"La traviata." Music by G. Verdi, dialogue 
and action by Helen Root. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Helen Root; Ic 
30Dec47; DU12170. 

ROSALIA. DU15087. SEE Kohn, David. 

ROSANO, SEBASTIAN. 
Two hearts in a song, a musical play in 
three acts. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Sebastian Rosano; Ic text 
28Jan48, Ic music 29Mar48; DU14095. 

ROSCOE comes home. DP14229. SEE Plante, 
Gerald Louis. 

ROSE, EARLE C. 
It is high time to clean our own national 
house of politicians in Washington, D. C. 
An address. © Earle C. Rose; Ic 4May48; 
C2561. 

ROSEN, Al. 
Meet the cousin. DU13923. SEE Rosen, Joe. 

ROSEN, Bernice LiUian. 
Lest we forget. DU13232. SEE Rosen, Herb- 
ert Harry. 

ROSEN, HERBERT HARRY. 
Lest we forget, by Herbert H. Rosen, with 
the assistance of Bernice L. Rosen. [Con- 
tinuity] © Herbert H. Rosen, Bernice L. 
Rosen; Ic 3Mar48; DU13232. 

ROSEN, JOE. 

Meet the cousin, a play in three acts. © Al 
Rosen; Ic 12Apr48; DU13923. 

ROSEN, Samuel. 
Arrangement for strings. DU12620. SEE 

Hutton, Michael Clayton. 
Mean Street. DU12619. SEE Hutton, Michael 
Clayton. 

ROSEN, Samuel Morris. 
Young man with a halo. DU14020. SEE 
Rainger, Dan. 

ROSENBAUM, MAXWELL RICHARD. 
Amity, U. S. A.; a one-act play in three 
scenes and an epilogue. © Maxwell Rich- 
ard Rosenbaum; Ic 23Jan48; DU12522. 

ROSENBERG, JACK. 
Lost lovers, a play in three acts. © Jack 
Rosenberg; Ic 21May48; DU14799. 

ROSENBERG, THERESA. 
The gift, a play in two acts, by Ole Lind 
[pseud. ]^ © Theresa Rosenberg; Ic 29Apr48; 
DU1426B. 



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ROSENBERG, THERESA. Cont'd. 
Why worry; anti-communist scenario in 
three scenes, by Ole Lind [pseud.] 
© Theresa Rosenberg; Ic 4Dec47; DU12109. 

ROSENCRANS, Leo S. 

A letter from America. DU15330. SEE 
Wilding FHcture Productions, inc. 

Signs of good times. DU14529. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

So you want thrill si DU12651. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

The sugar plum tree. DU14358. SEE Wild- 
ing F>icture Productions, inc. 

ROSENDORFF, Harry Simon. 
The speculator. DU12856. SEE Oswald, 
Richard. 

ROSENGREN, FRANK DUANE. 

Believers and dreamers, a dialogue with 
interruptions, by Frank Duane [pseud. ] In 
two parts. © Frank Duane Rosengren; Ic 
24Mar48; DU13587. 

Pacific Ocean: sandy beach. A play by 
Frank Duane [pseud.] 20 leaves. ©Frank 
Duane Rosengren; Ic 26May48; DU14995. 

People we know, a ballet-play in one act, 
by Frank Duane [pseud.] © Frank Duane 
Rosengren; Ic 24Mar48; DU13586. 

The tender mockery, a play in three acts, 
by Frank Duane [pseud. 1^ © Frank Duane 
Rosengren; Ic 19Jan48; DU12411. 

ROSENHAUS, MAX. 
A boy' s mother, a one-act play. © Max 
Rosenhaus; Ic 9Dec47; DU12148. 

ROSENTHAL, ERWIN. 
They are the victims, a play in three acts, 
by Irvin Le Roy [pseud.] © Erwin Rosen- 
thal; Ic 24Mar48; DU13582. 

ROSENTHAL, Sylvia. 
Giuseppe. DU14753. SEE Landeck, Beatrice. 
The play-party record. DU14754. SEE 
Landeck, Beatrice. 

ROSES are red. DU13244. SEE The Sheriff, 
no. 182. 

ROSES in the rain. DU15242. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 561. 

ROSIE. DU13225. SEE Clark, Gladys Baker. 

ROSIE Bell seeks glamor. DU14366. SEE 
Shrode, Mattie Mary. 

ROSS, ARTHUR M. 
Denby and Son; script for a radio program. 

© Ralph Powers Productions; Ic 29Jan48; 

C2062. 
The sporting eye. C2152. SEE Jacobs, 

Ralph H. 

ROSS, DAVID. 
Plunket and the balladeer. Recording 
script. © David Ross, Jr.; Ic 15Dec47; 
C1986. 
A trip to the store; to be produced on com- 
mercial phonograph records. © David 
Ross, Jr.; Ic 18Dec47; C2151. 

ROSS, ELEANOR RANSOM. 
This way to unity; Urban League radio 
script for Community Chest series. 
© Eleanor Ransom Ross; Ic 7Nov47; 
DU12242. 

ROSS, Jerome Davis. 
Babysitter. DU13689. SEE Bowie, Beverley. 

ROSS, Jerry. 
Milo, the masked magician. DU12252. SEE 
Lustig, Dave. 

ROTHfi, Velma Royton. 
Something always happens. DP14226. SEE 
Peters, Alice Thomson. 



ROTHSCHILD, JOHN EDWARD. 
It's a great day, by John Rothschild and 
Abraham Karp. A script in the radio 
series, 'The story behind your favorite 
song.' © John Rothschild, Abraham 
Karp; Ic 17Feb48; DU14371. 

ROTTER, FRIEDRICH. 
The empty years, a play in a prologue and 
three acts, by Fritz Rotter and Elissa R. 
Rohn [pseud. J © Friedrich (Fritz) Rotter, 
Elissa Rohn (Rose Simon Kohn); Ic 
15Dec47; DU12260. 
Thanks, Mr. Quill; a play in three acts, by 
Fritz Rotter and Elissa Rohn [pseud.] 
© Elissa R. Rohn (Rose S. Kohn), Fried- 
rich (Fritz) Rotter; Ic 15Dec47; DU12221. 

ROTTER, l-'ritz. SEE Rotter, Friedrich. 

ROTTMAN, MILTON A. 
A Christmas story, a play in two acts, by 
Milt Rottman and A.1 Aronson. Presented 
by the Ernie Pyle Theatre, 8th Army 
Special Services. © Milton A. Rottman, 
Alvin Aronson; Ic 12Mar48; DU14369. 

ROUGH justice. DP15069. SEE Bird, Con- 
stance. 

ROUND the cracker barrel with Bing Crosby. 
DU14298. SEE Lichtenberg, Leo. 

ROUND trip. DU14414-14415. SEE Collyer, 
Clayton. 

ROVIN, ADOLPH I. 
For men only. [Radio script] © Adolph I. 
Rovin; Ic 21Jun48; C2752. 

ROW, Peterson and Company. 
The man on the stairs. DP15258. SEE Mc- 

Carty, Edward Clayton. 
Oh, father! DP12516. SEE Jones, William 

Ellis. 
Past imperfect. DP15256. SEE Prather, 

Kathryn. 
The seven-league boots. DP15257. SEE 

Harris, Aurand. 
Special guest. DP12513. SEE Elser, Donald. 
Unto us the living. DP12515. SEE Sliker, 

Harold G. 
When I was green. DP12514. SEE LePelley, 

Guernsey. 

ROWLEY, VELMA ALICE. 
The forgotten structure. [Lecture] © Vel- 
ma Alice Rowley; Ic 51V&r48; C2272. 

THE ROYAL family. DU14934. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 53. 

THE ROYAL game. DU13012. SEE Purcell, 
Paul, pseud. 

ROYALTY. SEE fiditions Royalty. 

ROYCE, Jack Reed. 
Big as life. DU12991. SEE Pollard, David. 

ROYTON, Velma. SEE Rothe, Velma Royton. 

RUBEN y Luzmarina. SEE Pino Suarez, 
Severo Tomas del. 

RUBENSTEIN, ALLEN SETH. 
Came the dawn, a satiric musical melodrama 
in two acts, by Seth A. Rubenstein and 
Robert A. Bernstein. © Allen Seth Ruben- 
stein, Robert Alan Bernstein. 
Act. 1. [Text only] © Ic 9Apr48; DU13893. 
Act 2. [Text onlyj © le 19May48; DU14752. 

RUBENSTEIN, Seth A. SEE Rubenstein, 
Allen Seth. 

RUBIN, DANIEL N. 
Little white rabbit, a play in three acts. 
© Daniel N. Rubin; Ic 27Jan48; DU12924. 



RUBIN, MYRON STUART. 
Gwendolyn; TelefoUies script. A television 
program. © Myron Stuart Rubin; Ic 
27Apr48; DU14905. 

RUBIO, EMERY. 
The Sunday breakfast, a play in three acts, 
by Emery Rubio and Miriam Balf. 
© Emery Rubio, Miriam Balf; Ic 15Mar48; 
on revisions; DU13466. Prev. reg. "Very 
magic;" 20Oct46; D5580. 

RUBY, Harry. 
Music at midnight. DU14750. SEE Bolton, 
Guy Reginald. 

RUBY. DU14979. SEE Eunson, Katharine 
Albert. 

RUEdesAnges. DP14834. SEE Hamilton, 
Patrick. 

RUEY, the fussy little kangaroo. 02616. 
SEE Abe son, Nferion Berland. 

RULE of three. DU13823. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 847. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. SEE 
Carstens, Catherine Ellis Wilkinson. DP12941. 
Let's Pretend, Nov. 22, 1947. DU12369. 

RUNAWAY boy. DU13835. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2359-1584. 

RUN-AWAY Geechee. DU13098. SEE Clubb, 
Havelyn Lavonia. 

RUSSELL, BENE. 
The whole world can drop dead, a comedy 
drama in three acts. © Bene Russell; Ic 
12NOV47; DU12590. 

RUSSELL, ROY. 
Sawdust and shuttlecocks, a comedy in one 
act. London, H. F. W. Deane; Boston, 
W. H. Baker Co. [1947]. 25 p. (Deane' s" 
series of plays) © Roy Russell; 23Sep47; 
DP12803. 

RUSTLER'S cave. DU15225. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2395-1620. 

RUSTY. DU13857, DU14575. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 526-527. 

RUTH. SEE 
The Children's Chapel, no. 18. DU12180. 
Richardson, Eos Petty. Portrait gallery 

of Bible women. DU13030. 
Wohlman, lehuda Leib. DU13819. 

RUTH Kendall' sway. SEE Adelman, Abram E. 
Unbowed. DU14417. 

RUTHRAUFF and Ryan, inc. SEE 
Behind the Front Page (Radio program) 
The Song of the Stranger (Radio program) 

RYAN, Lewis Edwin. SEE Great Adventures 
(Radio program) 

RYAN, TERRY. 
Sold American! A musical satire in two 
acts. Book by Terry Ryan and Edward 
Feilbert, lyrics and music by Terry Ryan. 
[Text only] © Terry Ryan, Edward Feil- 
bert; Ic 23Jan48; DU12597. 



SAAT und Mahd. DU14216. SEE Jacobson, 
Otto. 

SABINSON, HARVEY BARNETT. 
Indian giver, a new musical comedy in two 
acts. Book by Harvey Sabinson and Harvey 
Goldreyer. [Text only] © Harvey Gold- 
reyer, Harvey Sabinson; Ic 23Mar48; DU13578. 



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SACANOFF, Janet. 
Story book time. DU12867. 
Marie M. 



SEE Clohecy, 



SACHS, Daniel Howard. 
Harry drew a circle. DU1451Ei. SEE Sachs, 
Raisa Mary. 

SACHS, MARVIN HENRY. 
TomoTrow with you, a musical play in two 
acts. Book and music by Marvin Henry 
Sachs, music arranged by Dorothy Leech 
Greer. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Marvin H. Sachs: Ic 21May48: 
DU14797. 

SACHS (Morris B.) inc. SEE Morris B. Sachs 
Amateur Hour (Radio program) 

SACHS, RAISA MARY. 
Harry drew a circle, a play in three acts, 
by Raisa and Danny Sachs. © Daniel How- 
ard Sachs, Raisa Mary Sachs; Ic 10May48; 
DU14515. 

SACKETT (Barnard L.) Agency. 
The Plumed Knight. DU14076. SEE Hinden, 
Benjamin. 

SADOWSKY, SALLY H. 
Casting today, by Sally Sadowsky and Mi- 
chael J. Wardell. The first of a series of 
two half-hour shows, written for television 
and radio. © Sally Sadowsky, Michael J. 
Wardell; Ic 8Iun48; DU15151. 

SAFETY- seals. C2186. SEE Decker, Ammiel 
Folger. 

SAFFRON, ROBERT MORRIS. 
The pink pigeon, a play in three acts. © Rob- 
ert Morris Saffron; Ic 2Jun48; DU15091. 

THE SAGA of Sawdust Sam. C2429. SEE 
Nelson, Harold E. 

SAGEBRUSH Hollow mystery. DU14682. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2391-1616. 

SAHAV, Ari ihn. SEE Ibn-Sahav, Ari. 

SAINER, Arthur. 
Pattern to love. DU12727. SEE Hood, M. G. 

SAINT Alban. DP15259. SEE Arlett, Vera 
Isabel. 

ST. CLAIR, ROBERT. 
The big surprise, a comedy in three acts. 

Minneapolis, Northwestern Press, cl948. 

119 p. illus. © The Northwestern Press; 

7Apr48; DP13929. 
Please, my nerves! A comedy in three acts. 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Heuer Pv±). Co., 

cl948. 101 p. illus. © Edward I. Heuer; 

20May48; DP15271. 
Trouble in paradise, a comedy in three acts. 

Minneapolis, Northwestern Press [1948] 

^1947. Ill p. illus. © The Northwestern 

Press; 7Apr48; DP13930. 

SAINT -DENYS, Jacques de Juchereau de. SEE 
Juchereaude &.int-Denys, Jacques de. 

ST. Francis and the Sultan. DU12711. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

ST. Francis finds the way. DU12709. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

ST. Francis takes a walk. DU14321. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

ST. GEORGE, GEORGE. 
The last judgment, a tragedy in four acts. 
© George St. George; Ic 30Apr48; DU14287. 

ST. JOHNS, ADELA ROGERS. 
Never again, a play in two acts, by Adela 



Rogers St. Johns and Douglas MacLean. 
© Adela Rogers St. Johns, Douglas Mac- 
Lean; Ic 19Jan48; DU12455. 

SAINT -VAL, Alain. 
Apartments 100 g/o rented. DU13746. SEE 

Guy, Robert. 
Appartement a louer. DU13745. SEE Guv 

Robert. 

SAHSLI, PETER D. 
The gambling results. [Continuity in seven 
scenes] © Peter D. Skkisli; Ic 12Apr48; 
DU13949. 

SAKS, JAMES H. 
Posy poser; or. One- minute flower quiz A 
radio broadcast feature. © James H 
Saks; Ic 23Mar48; C2311. 

SAL, the switchboard gal. C2676. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

SALEM, JULIA DAWN. 
The show must go on, a musical play in 
three acts. 5 leaves. [Text only] © Julia 
Dawn Salem; Ic 8Apr47; DU15077. 

SALEM story. DU13787. SEE Alexander 
Sidney. 

SALES and bargaining principles. C2648. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Management 
conference: Human relations, 17th day. 

THE SALIENT fact. DU14893. SEE Morris 
Carolina T. 

SALISBURY, CHARLOTTE. 
The searching puppets; or. Enlightened 
thought. A play with music in three acts, 
prologue and epilogue. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Charlotte (Lottie) 
Salisbury; Ic 31Dec47; on additions and re- 
visions; DU13079. Prev. reg. "Let's have 
harmony;" lljun35; D28913. 

SALOME'S daughter. DU13342. SEE Geno- 
vese, Michael Angelo. 

SALOMONS, Jean-Pierre. SEE Aumont, 
Jean-Pierre. 

SALTER, HARRY. 
Stop the music, by Harry Salter and Mark 
Goodson. [Radio script] © Harry Salter, 
Mark Goodson, Howard Connell; Ic 
7Jan48; C1999. 

SALTZMAN, JUUUS. 
Today is the day, a radio series. Sample 
program. © Julius Saltzman; Ic 8Jun48; 
DU15137. 

SALVAGED from tradition. C2550. SEE 
Siaron, James H. 

SALVATORE, SACERDOTE LIMZZO. 
Chi fece per I'amore il gran rtfiuto; appas- 
sionante visione della drammatica vita 
d'Ulisse. Creazione originale per lo 
schermoJ[per] Luchios &)ter [pseud.] 
Ragusa, Puglisi [1947] 61 p. © Sacerdote 
Limzzo Salvatore (pseud.: Luchios Soter); 
31Dec47; AF7302. 

SALVO! DU14830. SEE Finkel, Stanley 
Morton. 

SALZBURG, Charlotte. SEE Salisbury, 
Charlotte. 

SALZMAN, FRANCES KLENETT. 
Ah men! A play in two acts, by Frances Kle- 
nett, Helen Loring, and Michaela O'Harra 
[pseud, of Bernice W. Williams]. A revi- 



sion of the play of the same title by Fran- 
ces Klenett and Helen Loring. © Bernice 
W. Willianis; Ic 110ct47; DU14271. 

Babies aren't problems; it's their parents. 
DU13432. SEE Loring, Helen. 

The fateful moment; for radio or television, 
by Frances Klenett Salzman and Helen 
Loring. © Frances Klenett Salzman; Ic 
5Mar48; DU13434. 

For them that believe, a fifteen- minute radio 
fantasy. © Frances Klenett Salzman; Ic 
5Mar48; DU13430. 

The Frog-Prince, a narration with music. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Frances Klenett Salzman; Ic 5Mar48; 
DU13433. 

She stoops to conquer, an abridged version 
of the play by Oliver Goldsmith. In one 
act. ® Frances Klenett Salzman; Ic 
5Mar48; DU13431. 

THE SAMARITANS. DU15279. SEE Candee, 
Marjorie Dent. 

SAMBERG, BENJAMIN. 

Kosher for Passover, a dramatico- musical 
composition in one act, by Benny Bell 
[pseud.] © Benjamin Samberg; Ic 
14May48; DU15350. 

Musical fantasy, a dramatico- musical com- 
position. Story by Benny Bell [pseud.] 
Music: traditional nursery rhymes. 
© Benjamin Samberg; Ic 25May48; 
DU15021. 

No divorce, a dramatico- musical composi- 
tion in one act, by Benny Bell [pseud.] 
Text, in English, to be rendered in Yiddish 
and in rhyme. © Benjamin Samberg; Ic 
25May48; DU15022. 

SAMMON, PATRICK FRANCIS. 

Hell's belles, a one-act comedy. A play in 
the trilogy, "Three flights up." © Patrick 
F. Sammon; Ic 19Apr48; DU14053. 

Homer's odd, y'see; a one-act comedy. ^^ A 
play in the trilogy, "Three flights up." 
© Patrick F. Sammon; Ic 16Feb48; DU12945. 

SAMPSEL, GUY. 
The Thing, a melodrama in three acts. 
© Guy Sampsel; Ic 16Jan48; DU12511. 

SAMUELS, ALEXANDER. 
Fate got two hands, an original drama in 
three acts. © Alexander Samuels; Ic 
21May48; DU14894. 

SANDBY, ALFHILD FINCH (MYHR) 
With H. C. Andersen in the land of memory, 
a film manuscript. © Alfhild Finch Myhr 
Sandby (Mrs. Herman Sandby); Ic 25Mar48; 
DU13697. 

SANDBY, Mrs. Herman. SEE Sandby, Alfhild 
Finch (Myhr) 

SANDEEN, DAGMAR VOLA (THOMAS) 
The dreamer, a comedy drama in three acts, 
by Dana Thomas [pseud.] Minneapolis, 
Northwestern Press [1947] cl939. 112 p. 
illus. © Northwestern Press; 30Oct47; 
DP12264. 

SANDEN, FRANCES HOLLINGER. 
My lady bountiful, a play in three acts. 
© Frances H. Sanden (Mrs. L. C. Sanden); 
Ic 13May48; DU14623. 

SANDEN, Mrs. L. C. SEE Sanden, Frances 
Hollinger. 

SANDERS, FREDA JANE. 
What would GrantUather say? A comedy in 
one act. © Freda Jane Sajiders; Ic 
22Mar48; DU13575. 

SANDRIDGE, JUSTIN BOYKIN. 
A modern revelation, a prophecy told with 
the desire for investigation by science. 



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SANDRIDGE, JUSTIN BOYKIN. Cont'd. 
[Lecture] ^ Justin Boykin Sandridge; 
Ic 16Feb48; C2174. 

SANDS, Lee. 
Klondike Kate. DU14125. SEE Rath, Fred. 

SANDY of the Starlight Trail. DU13273. 
SEE Brill, Walter Edmund. 

SANDY'S Doon. DU14796. SEE Minahan, 
James Kelso. 



LE SANG de la terre. 
enne, Yves. 



DP14248. SEE Flor- 



SANGSTER, MARGARET ELIZABETH. 

Joyce Jordan, M.D. SEE Joyce Jordan, M.D. 
(Radio program) 

This is our play, by Margaret Sangster and 
Maria Hershman-Horch. A play in a pro- 
logue and two scenes. © Margaret Sang- 
ster, Maria Hershman-Horch; Ic 
llMay48; DU14660. 

SANTA resigns. DP13525. SEE DeVore, 
Mary. 

SAPPHIRE records. C2520. SEE Paige, 
Albert. 

SARACINO GIOVANNI. 
Paternita , creazione originale per lo 
schermo. 30 leaves. © Giovanni Saracino; 
Ic 17Dec47; DU14103. 

SARAH. DU13044. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

SARATOGA trunk. DU12356. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Nov. 24, 1947. 

SARD, RUSSELL ELLIS. 
Little troubled rhythms, a play with music 
in three acts, by Ellis Sard. [Text only] 
© Russell Ellis Sard, Jr.; Ic 23Apr48; 
DU14255. 

SARDOU, Jean. 
Theatre complet. DP15123. SEE Sardou, 
Victorien. 

SARDOU, VICTORIEN. 
Theatre complet. ft. 10] Paris, A. Michel 
[1947]. 779 p. "Edition reviie par Jean 
&rdou." — Copyright application. Con- 
tents.— Le crocodile, comedie en 5 actes 
et 8 tableaux. — Les vieux garfons, comedie 
en 5 actes. — Les bourgeois de Pont-Arcy, 
comedie en 5 actes. © Albin Michel; 
15Sep47; DP15123. 

SARETT, MORTON R. 
Home sweet Rome, a musical comedy in two 
acts. [Text only] © Morton R. Sarett; 
Ic 5Jan48; DU12273. 

SARLIE, RUDOLF. 
Leslie Ann Talbot, a play in three acts, by 
Rudolf Te spick [pseud.] © Rudolf Sarlie; 
Ic 26Apr48; DU14180. 

SARTORI, DOMENICO. 
Macerie; tre atti. Pisa, Nistri-Lischi. 75 p. 
© Domenico Sartori; lNov47; AF7307. 

SARTRE, JEAN PAUL. 

All the wealth of this world, a play in seven 
scenes. Tr. from the French by John 
Boruff. © John P. Boruff, Jr.; Ic 16Apr48; 
DU14021. 

La putain respectueuse, piece en un acte et 
deux tableaux. Paris, Editions Nagel 
[1946]. 163 p. © Les fiditions Nagel; 
290ct46; DP15076. 

SASSANO, Ajithony A. 
Care cuts cost. C2558. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 



Micky Flynn. DU14530. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

Off-the-road tires. C2557. SEE Wilding 
Kcture Productions, inc. 

The perfect combination. DU12653, DU13115. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

The warm-up. DU13070. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

SATIN smooth. DU13120. SEE Bunker, Gayne 
Ralph. 

SATINSKY, Joseph. 
Works by Joseph Satinsky in collaboration 
with Victor Paul Satinsky are entered in 
the catalog under Purcell, Paul, pseud. 

SATINSKY, Victor Paul. 
Works by Victor Paul Satinsky in collabora- 
tion with Joseph Satinsky are entered in 
the catalog under Purcell, Paul, pseud. 

SAUNDERS, JAMES ALMOND. 
Thinking about thinking, a statement regard- 
ing general semantics, presented to a 
group of Naval Reserve officers at the 
Bureau of Naval Personnel on Jime 20, 
1947. 61 leaves. © James Almond Saun- 
ders; Ic 28Jan48; C2057. 

SAUNDERS, Lester, pseud. SEE Solomon, 
Lester Saunders. 



UN SAUVEUR d ames. 
Vekeman, Victor. 



DP14225. SEE 



SAVACOOL, JOHN K. 
Don Faust, a play in two acts. © John K. 
Savacool; le 15Jan48; DU12393. 

SAWDUST and shuttlecocks. DP12803. SEE 
Russell, Roy. 

SAWYER, REUBEN HERBERT. 
Jacob returns to Canaan, from Bible dramas. 

S Drama] (la Truth and liberty magazine, 
an. 1948, p. 6-9) © Reuben Herbert 
Sawyer; ljan48; B5-3530. 
The romance of Jacob and Rachel. [Drama] 
(Ic. Truth and liberty magazine, Dec. 194 T, 
p. 7-11) © Reuben Herbert Sawyer; 
lDec47; B5-3300. 

SAXE, JEANNE ALISON. 
The dissatisfied businessman. [Lecture] 
© Jeanne Alison Saxe; Ic 24May48; C2684. 

SAYRAHDER, MARY-EUNICE. 
From stardom to stardom, a biographical 
drama on the life of Eve Lavalliere, in 
three acts. © Mary-Eunice Sayrahder; 
Ic 26Jan48; DU12641. 

SAYRE, KATHRYN D. 
Psychiatry checks, a dramatic composition 
or screenplay. 56 leaves. © Kathryn 
Sayre; Ic 24May48; DU14945. 

THE SCAPEGOAT. DU14821. SEE Matthews, 
John F. 

THE SCARLET ribbon. DP13522. SEE 
Hawse, Alberta. 

THE SCENARIO. DU12417. SEE Sibuet, Louis. 

SCENT of murder. DU13856. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 525. 

SCHAAF, C. HART. 
Burke's idea, a play in three acts. © 
C. Hart Schaaf; Ic 18Feb48; DU13427. 

SCHABER, ERIC CARL. 
The city morgue. A radio play in three 
scenes, by Erich von Schilling [pseud.] 
© Erich von Schilling; Ic 22Jan48; DUi2486. 



SCHAEFER, JACK.^ 
The last summer's love, a three-act play. 
© Jack Schaefer; Ic 19Jan48; DU12934. 

SCHECHTER, MORRIS PAUL. 
Dinner winner script. Don't say "hello," 
vour chances go. © Morris Paul 
"Schechter; Ic 12May48; C2574. 

SCHEHERAZADE. DU12879. SEE Sym- 
phonic Hour of Tone Poems (Radio program) 

SCHELF, JOSEPH ADMAH. 
Figure it: Figures of symmetry, supported 
by facts on model figures, figures in 
fashion, photogenic figures. A 15-minute 
lecture for radio, television. Vol. 2, no. 2. 
© Joseph Admah Schelf; Ic 6Apr48; C2410. 

SCHENKKAN, ROBERT FREDERIC. 
Soliloquy oh the new year. [Radio script] 
© Robert F. Schenkkan; Ic 7Jan48; 
DU12279. 

SCHICK, ELLIOT. 

Bending sickle, a screenplay; based on an 

original stage play by Flora Rheta 

Schreiber. 90 leaves. © Elliot Schick; Ic 

ljun48; DU15184. 
Manfred, a dramatic spectacle for ballet; 

after the dramatic poem by Lord Byron. 

[Text only] © Elliot Schick; Ic lMar48; 

DU13337. 
Till Eulenspiegel. DU14072. SEE Duckler, 

Marvin. 

SCHIEFER, Gloria Anne. 
It's easy if you know how. DP15186. SEE 
Gilliams, Caroline Anne. 

DER SCHIRTZ. DU14028. SEE Walowit, 
Miriam. 

SCHLICK, FREDERICK. 
Of human events, a play in three acts, by 
Frederick Schlick and Hans Kraly. © Fred- 
erick Schlick, Hans Kraly; Ic 17Mar48; 
DU13479. 

SCHMERTZ, CHARLES BAYE. 
Going places with the Smiths, by Charles 

Baye [pseud.] A television travel series. 

© Charles Baye Schmertz; Ic 30Apr48; 

DU14281. 
Name it for cash, by Charles Baye [pseud.] 

A television home audience-participation 

quiz program. © Charles Baye Schmertz; 

Ic 12May48; DU14656. 
Sing aloi^ with organ songs, a television 

song festivity program, by Charles Baye 

[pseud.] © Charles Baye Schmertz; Ic 

23Apr48; DU14221. 
Time will tell, an episode in a dramatized 

series for television. © Charles Baye 

Schmertz; Ic 26May48; DU14991. 

SCHMIDT, CHARLES ALBERT. 
Castle Square, a one-act play. © Charles 
Albert Schmidt; Ic 25May48; DU14996. 

SCHMIDT, MAE DOELLING. ^ 
George and Sally Applecore's adventures in 
Latin America. A dramatic composition 
with incidental music, lip. © Mae Doel- 
ling Schmidt; Ic 2Feb48; DU12676. 
Ye Olde Reliable, Tried and True, We Won't 
Do You, Booking Agency. A skit with in- 
cidental music. 19 p. © Mae Doelling 
Schmidt; Ic 15Mar48; DU13463. 

SCHMITT, Edith A. 
Nappa, the cross-roads of nations. DP13964. 
SEE Peter, Hubert J. 

SCHMITZ, CARL EDWARD. 
The grey menace. ['Address] © Carl Ed- 
ward Schmitz; lc4Mar48; C2252. 



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SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM H. 
Small world, a play in three acts, by Wil- 
liam H. Schneider and Jeremy Gury. 
© William H. Schneider, Jeremy Gury; Ic 
121Vlar48; DU13416. 

SCHNITZLER, Arthur. 
Anatol. SEE Zachary, Loren Ludwig. Cock- 
tail in Hollywood. DU12378. 
Reigen. SEE Zachary, Loren Ludwig. Cock- 
tail in Hollywood. DU12378. 

SCHOENBAUM, VERA MARIE. 
The paper says rain, a comedy in two acts, 
by Vera Mathews [pseud.] © Vera Marie 
Schoenbaum; Ic 10jun48; DU15265. 

SCHOENSTADT, HELEN ELIZABETH. 

The chambermaid, a monologue, by Helen 
Charelle [pseud.J © Helen Elizabeth 
Schoenstadt; Ic 5Apr48; DU13775. 

Sixth Avenue? A monologue, by Helen 
Charelle [pseud.J © Helen Elizabeth 
Schoenstadt; Ic 5Apr48; DU13776. 

SCHOOL daze. DU12931. SEE Finkel, Joy. 

SCHOOL for spinsters. DP14674. SEE 
Pertwee, Roland. 

SCHRAM, JOHN MICHAEL. 
A brandling and a barrow, a play in one act. 

© John Michael Schram; Ic 18May48; 

DU14897. 
Ezekiel and the Pharisees, a play in three 

acts. © John \fichael Schram; Ic 20Jan48; 

DU12631. 



SCHREIBER, Flora Rheta. 
Bending sickle. DU15184. 
Elliott. 



SEE Schick, 



SCHROCK, MARGARET. 
Careers in home economics; recording 
scripts by Ma.Tga.Tet Schrock and Jessie 
McQueen. © American Gas Assn.; Ic each 
31kfe.y48. 

1. Introduction to home economics. DU15064. 

2. Homemaking and teaching. DU15065. 

3. Dietetics. DU15056. 

4. Retail merchandising. DU15057. 

5. Home service. DU15058. 

6. Research. DU15059. 

7. Child development; extension worker. 
DU15060. 

8. For the girl who doesn't go to college. 
DU15061. 

SCHROEDER, ALMA. 
A survey and evaluation of various methods 
of muscle re-education in the treatment 
of poliomyelitis victims. [Lecture! 
© Alma Schroeder; Ic 19Jan48; C2202. 

SCHROEDER, Willard. 
Sponsor. C2709. SEE Ketchum, MacLeod 
and Grove. 

SCHRYOCK, BUREN. 
Mary and John, a short American opera, in 
two acts and three scenes. [Text only] 
© Buren Schryock; Ic 6Apr48; DU13810. 

SCHUBERT, BERNARD L. 
Telo, by Bernard L. Schubert and Richard 
Lewis. [Television script] © Bernard L. 
Schubert, Richard Lewis; Ic 19Apr48; 
DU14029. 

SCHDNEMANN, Georg. 
Cosffan tutte. DP14115, DP14120. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Don Giovanni. DP14116, DP14118. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Die Hochzeit des Figaro. DP14117, DP14119. 

SEE Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 



SCH&TZ, ADOLF. 
Simone und der Friede, ein Spiel in drei 
Akten, von Georges Roland [pseud.] und 
Paul Baudisch. Stockholm, Teaterforlag 
A. Englind A.B. [1947]. 116 p. ©Teater- 
forlag Arvid Englind A.B.; Ic 21Aue47; 
DU13327. 

SCHULTZ, ETHEL. 

Echo and Narcissus, a radio dramatization 
by Alicia Darling [pseud.] adapted from 
an old Greek legend. © Ethel Schultz; 
Ic 3Feb48; DU12731. 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin, a radio dramati- 
zation, adapted from Robert Browning's 
poem, by Alicia Darling [pseud.] ©Ethel 
Schultz; Ic 3Feb48; DU12730. 

SCHULTZ, MAXWELL I. 
You're the salesman! A program for the 
audio, video audience. © Maxwell I. 
Schultz; Ic 31Mar48; C2322. 

SCHULZ, Franz. 
Zwei Herzen in Dreivierteltakt. SEE Drake, 
William A. Two hearts in waltz time. 
DU12398. 

SCHUTTLER, ALBERTINE M. 
Flight from prejudice, a melodrama in one 
act. Madison, Wisconsin Idea Theatre, 
cl948. 28 leaves. © Albertine M 
Schuttler; 25Feb48; DP14483. 

SCHWARTZ, MAURICE. 
Shylock and his daughter, a play [in two 
parts] based on a Hebrew novel by Ari Ibn 
Zahav; dramatized by Maurice Schwartz, 
English translation by Abraham Regelson. 
New York, Yiddish Art Theatre, 1947. 
146 p. illus. © Maurice Schwartz; 
22Sep47; DP12153. 

SCHWARZ, GOTTWALD. 
Gertrud, Queen of Denmark; a play in five 
acts, by R. P. Winslow [pseud.] Based on 
Shakespeare's "Hamlet. ' © Gottwald 
Schwarz; Ic 5Feb48; DU12782. 

SCHWEIZER, RICHARD. 

Casanova in der Schweiz, Abenteuer in 5 
Bildern, von Richard Schweizer. Musik 
von Paul Burkhard. Wien, Universal- 
Edition [1944L 82 p. Text only. 
© Universal -Edition; 4Sep44; DP14710. 

Casanova in der Schweiz, Abentener in 
fiinf Bildern von Richard Schweizer. 
Musik von Paul Burkhard. Klavierauszug 
mit Gesang (zum Dirigieren eingerichtetf 
Wien, Universal-EditionJ19441, 335 p. 
© Universal-Edition; 21J&144; DP147I1. 

SCHWIETERMAN, EARL JOSEPH. 
The Fifth Avenue story, a play in three acts, 
prologue and epilogue. © Earl Joseph 
Schwieterman; Ic 16Feb48; DU12909. 

SCHWIMMER AND SCOTT, INC. 
Top taste tune quiz, a radio program. 
Scripts 1-2, June 7-8, 1948. © National 
Tea Co.; Ic each 17Jun48; C2745-2746. 

SCOFIELD, Lou. SEE Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

SCOFIELD, RICHARD J. 
Minda, an original comedy in three acts, by 
Richard J. Hemsing [pseud.] © Richard J. 
Scofield; Ic 20May48; DU14803. 

SCOOP Ryan— cub reporter. SEE 
Nicholson, Anne Preston. 
Amelia Earhart. DU15009. 
Emperor Norton. DU15010. 

THE SCOTSMAN and the German farmer. 
DU14901. SEE Steinhardt, Herschel S. 
Three one-act playS; 



SCOTT, ADRIAN. 
Mr. Lincoln's whiskers, a play in one act. 
[Originally entitled "The Great Man's 
whiskers' ] New York, Greenberg [1948]. 
62 p. illus. © Adrian Scott; 6Feb48; 
A20992. 

SCOTT, AUREUA GRETHER. 
Tituba, a play in three acts. © Aurelia 
Grether Scott; Ic 17Feb48; DU12943. 

SCOTT, SARI ELISABETH. 
Her clothing is purple, a play in three acts. 
© Sari Elisabeth Scott; Ic 23Mar48; 
DU13984. 

SCOTT, TOWNSEND. 
Stick around, a musical comedy in two acts. 
[Text only] © Townsend Scott, Jr.; Ic 
6Feb48; DU12795. 

THE SCRAMBLED epigram treasure trek. 
C2537. SEE Lange, John Fred. 

SCRAP book. DU12922. SEE Roos, Frances 
Homer. 

SCREEN test. DU12725. SEE Leder, Herb. 

SCRIBE, Augustin Eugene. 
Ein Glas Wasser. SEE Nachmann, Kurt. 
Ein Glas Sekt. DP14709. 

THE SCRUBBING fairy who wanted to dance. 
DU12269. SEE Shore, Sybil E. 

SEA-horses. SEE Latimer, Dorothy. A 
Piccadilly daffodil. DP13507. 

THE SEARCHING puppets. DU13079. SEE 
Salisbury, Charlotte. 

SEARLES, LEON ROSCOE. 
A Christmas tree is born in Cleveland, a 

one-act play in four scenes. © Leon 

Roscoe Searles; Ic 2Jan48; DU12167. 
The first Christmas tree, a one-act play. 

© Leon Roscoe Searles; Ic 2Jan48; 

DU12166. 

THE SEASHELL. C2034. SEE Bern^ein, 
Albert A. 

SEBASTIAN, John. 
John Sebastian calling. C2571. SEE Bishir, 
Jane. 

SEBASTIAN, Mrs. John. SEE Bishir, Jane. 

SECOND sight. SEE Walsh, James M. Six 
characters for an actress. DP13498. 

THE SECRET agent. DU13675. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 74. 

LE SECRET des dieux. DU15086. SEE 
Marchand, Leopold. 

THE SECRET of Eski-Mo. DU12275. SEE 
Hew son, Isabel Manning. 

SECRET of Prometheus. DU12377. SEE 
Roodkow sky, Nikita Dimitrievitch. 

THE SECRET of the Green Grotto. DU12602. 
SEE Erickson, Joyce Ann. 

SEE a fine lady. DP12114. SEE Danvers- 
Walker, Aubrey. 

SEED in the wind. DU14772. SEE Philips, 
Edwin Lewis. 

THE SEED seller. DU14990. SEE McGuire, 
Marion Agnes. 

SEEDS in the wind. DU12428. SEE Goodman, 
Arthur. 



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SEEING our states. C2171. 
Grace Gertrude. 



SEE Goetz, 



SEEWIR, CHARLES DEWEESE. 
Today's watchword. [Sample radio script] 
© Charles DeWeese Seewir; Ic 19May48; 
DU14739. 

SEGAL, ZELICK RICHARD. 
For men only, a comedy in three acts. 
© Zelick R. Segal; Ic 27Apr48; DU14208. 

SEGALL, Dorothy. 
Mother of mine. DU13988. SEE Segall, 

Harry. 
Open and shut case. DU14789. SEE Segall, 
Harry. 

SEGALL, HARRY. 
Mother of mine, a play in three acts. 

© Dorothy Segall; Ic 29Mar48; DU13988. 
Open and shut case, a play in two parts. 

© Dorothy Segall; Ic 29May48; DU14789. 

SEGARD, JUDITH. 
And further on, a play in four acts. © Judith 
Segard; Ic 30Mar48; DU13703. 

SEGHERS, Pierre. 
Un ange passe. DP15092. SEE Brasseur, 
Pierre. 

SEIBEL, George. 
Appomattox. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DP13966. 

SEIFFERT, KARL. 
The gateway to fame, an entertainment [for 
radio] including dialog and interviews, by 
Karl Seiffert and Warren M. Kelly. © Karl 
Seiffert, Warren M. Kelly; Ic 22Dec47; 
DU12255. 

SEILER, CONRAD. 

The clown who ran away, a comedy for 
children in two acts. © Conrad Seller; 
Ic 19Mar48; DU13540. 

Hollywood, here I come! A comedy farce 
in three acts. Elizabethtown, Pa., Play 
Club, cl948. 68 p. (A Play Club selection, 
no. 16) i Conrad Seller; lFeb48, DP13365. 

Stranger things have happened, a play in 
three acts, by Conrad Seller and Gwendolen 
Logan. © Conrad Seller; Ic 10Feb48; 
DU13124. 

To all my husbands, a comedy in three acts. 
© Conrad Seller; Ic 10Feb48; DU13123. 

SEILER, Gwendolen Logan. SEE Logan, 
Gwendolen. 

SEKULA, PHYLLIS MARIE. 
Operation P. M; or, Is there a doctor in the 
house? A musical satire in one act, with 
humble apologies to the practicing medical 
profession. [Text only] ® Phyllis Marie 
Sekula; Ic 8May48; DUi4461. 

SELDEN, Mrs. Irving H. SEE Selden, Mar- 
garet Hartley. 

SELDEN, MARGARET HARTLEY. 
The crown of innocence, a play in three acts. 
® Mrs. Irving H. Selden (Margaret Selden); 
Ic 12Apr48; DU13919. 

SELDON, SERGEY STANEY. 
Extension heaven, a drama in three acts, by 
Ivar Nan sen [pseud.] © Sergey Staney 
Seldon; Ic 4Dec47; DU12110. 

SELECTION of electric drives for looms. 
C2708. SEE Demartini, Robert John. 

SELF-interest vs. society. C2638. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management con- 
ference; Human relations, 5th day. 



SELLER, THOMAS. 
The eternal bride, a play in one act. 

Boston, W. H.^ Baker Co. [1948]. 40 p. 

illus. (Baker's royalty plays) ©Walter 

H. Baker Co.; 2Jan48; DP12573. 
Young as you look, a comedy in one act. 

Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 38 p. illus. 

(Baker s royalty plays) © Walter H. 

Baker Co.; 18May48; DP14855. 

SELLING bank service. C2542. SEE Ar- 
manino, Dominic Carl. 

SELLING to institutions. C2353. SEE Handy 
0am) Organization, inc. 

SENOR del Oca. DU12267. SEE Barton, B. H. 

SENSATIONSPROZESS. DU13769. SEE 
Ernst, Arthur. 

THE SENSE or nonsense radio quiz program. 
C2177. SEE Lange, John Fred. 

SEPTEMBER ends the summer. DU14818. 
SEE Bermingham, William Edward. 

SERGEANT Smith returns. SEE Eastman, 
Fred, ed. One-act plays of spiritual power. 
DP15231. 

SERMON OF THE WEEK (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© The Churchman. 

41. Dec. 21, 1947. By Merodach Green. 
© Ic llMar48; C2278. 

42. Dec. 28, 1947. By W. Ellis Davie s. 
© Ic llMar48; C2279. 

43. Jan. 4, 1948. By Eugene Carson Blake. 
© Ic llMar48; C2280. 

44. Jan. 11, 1948. By C. R. Findley. © Ic 
llMar48; C2281. 

45. Jan. 18, 1948. By Fred E. Luchs. 
© Ic llMar48; C2282. 

46. Jan. 25, 1948. By LoweU R. Ditzen. 
© Ic llMar48; C2283. 

47. Feb. 1, 1948. By Elwood Erickson. 
© Ic llMar48; C2284. 

48. Feb. 8, 1948. By F. Howard Callahan. 
© Ic llMar48; C2285. 

49. Feb. 15, 1948. By Rowland A. Daven- 
port. © Ic llMar48: C2286. 

50. Feb. 22, 1948. By Wesley H. Hager. 
© Ic llMar48; C228(. 

THE SERPENT of brass. DU15326. SEE 
Dellabough, Grant Bruske. 

SERVICE Club. SEE Mayorga, Mayorga 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DP13966. 

SERVICING Frigidaire ice cream cabinets. 
C2669. SEE Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 

SETTLEMENT information. C2208. SEE 
Spencer, Albert E. 

SEVEN by twenty. DU13378. SEE Otis, 

Nancy Marie. 

SEVEN Falls and South Cheyenne Canon. 
C2510. SEE Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 

750 Smith. DU12594. SEE Bracken, Edward 
Vincent. 

THE SEVEN-league boots. DP15257. SEE 
Harris, Aurand. 

SEVEN thunders. DU15357. SEE White, 
Robertson. 

SEVENTY times seven. DU12785. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 54. 

SEVILLA, Luis Fernandez de. SEE Fernan- 
dez de Sevilla, Luis. 



SEYMOUR, ANNE. 
Gift horse, a play in three acts. © Anne 
Seymour; Ic 25Mar48; DU13983. 

SEYMOUR, BUI, pseud. SEE Eckert, WU- 
liam S. 

SHABETAI Zwi. DU12405. SEE Kreutner, 
Sim son Jacob. 

THE SHADOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© Street & Smith Publications, inc. 

311. Nov. 16, 1947. Doom and the limping 
man, by Peter Barry. ® Ic 16Dec47; 
DU12902. 

314. Dec. 7, 1947. Death has sharp claws, 
by Frank Kane. & Ic 16Dec47; DU12903. 

315. Dec. 14, 1947. The three mad sisters 
of Lonely Hollow, by Bud Baldus. €' Ic 
9Jan48; DU12433. 

316. Dec. 21, 1947. A gift of murder, by 
Peter Barry. © Ic 9Jan48; DU12434. 

317. Dec. 28, 1947. The terrible legend of 
Crownshield Castle, by Herb Baumgartner. 
© Ic 9Jan48; DU12435. 

318. Jan. 4, 1948. The chill of death, by 
Louis Vittes. © Ic 26Feb48; DU13208. 

319. Jan. 11, 1948. The bones of the dragon, 
by Gibson Scott Fox. © Ic 22Jan48, 
DU12666; Ic 26Feb48, DU13209. 

320. Jan. 18, 1948. Death and the black 
fedora, by Peter Barry. © Ic 22Jan48, 
DU12667; Ic 26Feb48, DU13210. 

321. Jan. 25, 1948. The house that death 
built, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 26Feb48; 
DU13211. 

322. Feb. 1, 1948. One dead and two to 
go, by Frank Kane. © Ic 26Feb48; 
DU13212. 

323. Feb. 8, 1948. The thing in the cage, 
by Herb Baumgartner. © Ic 26Feb48; 
DU13213. 

324. Feb. 15, 1948. The terror at Wolf's 
Head Knoll, by Peter Barry. © Ic 
26Feb48; DU13214. 

325. Feb. 22, 1948. The nursery rhyme 
murders, by Max Ehrlich. © Ic 26Feb48; 
DU13215. 

326. Feb. 29, 1948. The man who was 
death, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 2Apr48; 
DU13910. 

327. Mar. 7, 1948. The beast of Darrow 
House, by Peter Barry. © Ic 2Apr48; 
DU13902. 

328. Mar. 14, 1948. Stake out, by Frank 
Kane. © Ic 2Apr48; DU139n. 

329. Mar. 21, 1948. Death coils to strike, 
by Herb Baumgartner. © Ic 2Apr48; 
DU13909. 

330. Mar. 28, 1948. Death and the Easter 
bonnet, by Peter Barry. © Ic 2Apr48, 
DU13908. 

331. Apr. 4, 1948. The ghost that gleams, 
by Louis Vittes. © Ic 22May48; DU15038. 

332. Apr. 11, 1948. The mystery of the 
fatal flowers, by Herb Baumgartner. © Ic 
28Apr48; DU14260. 

333. Apr. 18, 1948. The geni and the honor- 
able thieves, by Peter Barry. © Ic 
28Apr48; DU14261. 

334. Apr. 25, 1948. A dark horse called 
Death, by Frank Kane. © Ic 28Apr48; 
DU14262. 

335. May 2, 1948. The legend of the living 
swamp, by Herb Baumgartner. © Ic 
13May48; DU14678. 

336. May 9, 1948. Reflection of death, by 
Louis Vittes. © Ic 13May48; DU14679. 

337. May 16, 1948. The giant of Madras, 
by Peter Barry. © Ic 22May48; DU15040. 

338. May 23, 1948. Flight through darkness, 
by Herb Baumgartner. © Ic 7Jun48; 
DU15129. 

SHADOW of fear. DU13122. SEE Cowley- 
Brown, Sara. 



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THE SHADOW of swords. DU12258. SEE 
Faber, Charles. 

THE SHADOW of the Cross. DP13010. SEE 
Lorenz, Ellen Jane. 

SHADOWLAND. DU14896. SEE Biancardo, 
Pascal. 



SHADOWS in the house. 
Armstrong, John F. 



DU13272. SEE 



SHADOWS on the wall. SEE Latimer, Dorothy. 
A Piccadilly daffodil. DP13507. 

SHAFER, ELIZABETH JANE. 

The Cave of the Winds, a Rec-O-Tour 
recording script. © Rec-O-Tour Record- 
ing Co.; Ic 28Apr48; C2525. 

The Garden of the Gods, a Rec-O-Tour 
recording script. © Rec-O-Tour Record- 
ing^ Co.; Ic 17Mar48; C2455. 

Pike's Peak, A Rec-O-Tour recording 
script. © Rec-O-Tour Recording Co.; 
Ic 12May48; C2572> 

Seven Falls and South Cheyenne Caiion, a 
Rec-O-Tour recording script. © Rec-O- 
Tour Recording Co.; Ic llMar48; C2510. 

SHAFFER, SALLIE J. 
Young only once, a play in three acts. 
© Sallie J. Shaffer; Ic 17Afey48; OU14696. 



SHAFROTH, JANET DIFRRIE. 
Give me the sun, a play in three acts, 
vised. © Janet Durrie'Shafroth; Ic 
14May48; DU14637. 



Re- 



SHAKESPEARE, William. 

A midsummer night' s dream. DU13483. 
SEE Smith, Jordan Clarence. 

Romeo and Juliet. DU13484. SEE Milling- 
ton, Gwendolen Marjorie. 

The taming of the shrew. DU12728. SEE 
Bates, John. 

The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. 
DU14303. SEE Flesher, Frederic Downs. 

SHAKESPEARE and the Bible. C2064. SEE 
Coleman, Hamilton. 

SHALL I tell you of my love. SEE Grout, 
Edward deFrece. My dearest one. C2724. 

SHALL we merge? DU13596. SEE Yeager, 
Kenneth Abbott. 

SHANTY boat serenade. DU13060. SEE 
First Nighter, Jan. 15, 1948. 

SHANTZ, MARSHALL B. 
The Crossroads of America: Waitress- 
Empire State Building. A script for radio 
broadcast, by Rex Marshall [pseud.J 
© Rex Marshall; Ic 21Apr48; C2467. 



SHAPIRO plays tonight. DU12324. 
Siegal, Abner. 



SEE 



A SHARE in freedom. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on 
a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

SHARON, JAMES H. 
The new understanding of religion. Revised. 

t Sermon] © James H. Sharon; Ic 19Mar48; 
;2549. 
Salvaged from tradition. Revised. [Sermon] 

© James H. Sharon: Ic 19Mar48: C2550. 
The word God as a symbol of the strengthened 
good determination. Revised. fSermonl 
© James H. Sharon; Ic 19Mar48; C2548. 

SHARP, Gretchen C. SEE The Adventurers' 
Club (Radio program) 

SHARP, Jack J. SEE The Adventurers' Club 
(Radio program) 



SHARP, PHYLLIS MARGARET. 
Insured highways. [Lecture] © Phyllis 
Margaret Sharp; Ic 26May48; C2726. 

SHARPLES, OREN WILLIAMSON. 
Hit tunes of yesterday and today, a half- 
hour program of recorded melodies. 
Sample script. © Oren Williamson 
Sharpies; Ic 24Feb48; DU13063. 



SHARPLES, Winston. 
It' s fun to be neat. DU15349. 
Sylvia. 



SEE Winant, 



SHAW, BRUNO. 
The U. N. and you. One of a series of 
scripts for television and motion picture 
release, containing commentary and 
interviews. © Bruno Shaw; Ic 12Mar48; 
C2453. 

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 
Buoyant billions: a comedy of no manners 
[in four acts], by a Fellow of the Royal 
Society of Literature. [Edinburgh] 1947. 
63 p. © George Bernard Shaw; Ic 
25Mar48; DU13981. 

SHAW, Irwin. 
The survivors. DP15168. SEE Viertel, Peter. 

SHAYESON, FRANCES EMILIE. 
Ladies in waiting, a drama in three acts. 
© Frances Emilie Shayeson; Ic 31Dec47; 
DU12491. 

SHAYS' rebellion. DU12896. SEE Grossman, 
Leonard. 

SHE married well. DP13965. SEE Kirk- 
patrick, John. 

SHE must wear green. DP13731. SEE Mc- 
Coy, Paul Stevens. 

SHE stoops to conquer. SEE 
Kraft Television Theatre, no. 48. 

DU13897. 
Salzman, Frances Klenett. DU13431. 

SHE wanted a cream front door. DP13527. 
SEE Whatmore, Arthur Reginald. 

SHEEHAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS. 
The New Year, a comedy mystery in three 
acts. © William Francis Sheehan; Ic 
26Feb48; DU13136. 

SHEFFIELD, PHILIP. 
The King's balcony, a merry play in one act 
for children; founded on Hans Christian 
Andersen's story, "The emperor's new 
clothes." © Philip Sheffield; Ic 10May48; 
DU14488. 

THE SHELLS I gather. DU14602. SEE 
Gallemore, Melvin. 

SHEPHERD, Donald N. 
The Davenport Works. C2228. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
It's a breeze. DU14356. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

THE SHEPHERDS' day after Christmas. 
DU14058. SEE Wilcox, Culver. 

SHEPHERD'S market. SEE Latimer, Dorothy. 
A Piccadilly daffodil. DP13507. 

SHER, BEN. 
Non-Taurus, a play in three acts. © Ben 
Sher; Ic 15Jan48; DU12478. 

SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley Butler. 
The duenna. DP15164. SEE Prokof'ev, 
Sergei Sergeevich. 



THE SHERIFF (Radio program) 

Episodes in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc. 

165. Oct. 31, 1947. Challenge to murder. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13245. 

166. Nov. 7, 1947. The man who shaved 
in the dark. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13246. 

167. Nov. 14, 1947. Once upon a murder. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13247. 

168. Nov. 21, 1947. Green is for death. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13248. 

169. Nov. 28, 1947. The ghost of Donald 
Florian. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13249. 

170. Dec. 5, 1947. The letter. © Ic 
3Mar48; DU13250. 

171. Dec. 12, 1947. Corpus delicti. © Ic 
3Mar48; DU13251. 

172. Dec. 19, 1947. The hum of death. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13252. 

173. Dec. 26, 1947. The young man who 
couldn't remember. © Ic 3Mar48; 
DU13253. 

174. Jan. 2, 1948. Black velvet gloves. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13236. 

175. Jan. 9, 1948. The death of Walter 
Morgan. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13237. 

176. Jan. 16, 1948. A friend of George's. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13238. 

177. Jan. 23, 1948. The house on Flamingo 
Drive. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13239. 

178. Jan. 30, 1948. Accompaniment to 
murder. © Ic 3Mar48; DU13240. 

179. Feb. 6, 1948. For Wendy, with love. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13241. 

180. Feb. 13, 1948. Daphne did it. © Ic 
3Mar48; DU13242. 

181. Feb. 20, 1948. Encore, baUerina. 
© Ic 3Mar48; DU13243. 

182. Feb. 27, 1948. Roses are red. © Ic 
3Mar48; DU13244. 

183. Mar. 5, 1948. The death of Ming-Lee. 
© Ic 10Mar48; DU13495. 

184. Mar. 12, 1948. The hunter. © Ic 
19Mar48; DU13572. 

185. Mar. 19, 1948. The case of the dead 
redhead. © Ic 22May48; DU14873. 

186. Mar. 26, 1948. While Angela sang. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14862. 

187. Apr. 2, 1948. Brother George. © Ic 
22May48; DU14868. 

188. Apr. 9, 1948. Mr. Squires dies in bed. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14869. 

189. Apr. 16, 1948. The case of the disap- 
pearing killer. © Ic 22May48; DU14870. 

190. Apr. 23, 1948. Mr. Larabee makes a 
deal. © Ic 22May48; DU14871. 

191. Apr. 30, 1948. The dream that came 
true. © Ic 22May48; DU14867. 

192. May 7, 1948. The Sorrel sisters. 
© Ic 22May48; DU14866. 

SHERIFF Teddy. DU13716. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 551. 

SHERLOCK, MADELEINE EISENBRANDT. 
Pardon my millions, a new comedy in three 
acts, by Madeleine Sherlock ard Ed 
Heghinian. y Madeleine Sherlock, Edward 
Heghinian; Ic 14May48; DU14642. 

SHERLOCK Holmes, and other detective 
stories. SEE Kobin, Robert. The private 
life of Sherlock Holmes. DU14096. 

SHERMAN, ALICE ELLA. 
Amaranth obligation ceremony. 6 leaves. 
© Alice Ella Sherman; 16Jan48; DP12801. 

SHERMAN, CHARLES. 
What's in the middle, a dramatic sketch, by 
Charles Sherman and Edward Duryea 
Dowling. 9 leaves. © Charles Sherman, 
Edward Duryea Dowling; Ic 29Apr48; 
DU14493. 

SHERMAN, NAT. 
The Washington years, a new play in three 
acts about Abraham Lincoln. Elizabeth- 



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SHERMAN, NAT. Cont'd. 

town, Pa., Play Club, inc., cl947. 72 p. 
(A Play Club selection, v. 2, no. 10) 
Nat Sherman; lDec47; DP12935. 



I? 



SHERWIN, Albert. 
Step a little closer. DU15266. SEE Cotler, 
Gordon. 

SHE'S a healthy girl. DU15048. SEE Taylor, 
Richard Gerhart. Three sketches for 
"The Birdseye revue." 

SHE'S getting married. DU12665. SEE 
Richardson, Willis. 

SHEVIN, FRED. 
This joyous moment, a comedy in three 
acts. © Fred Shevin; Ic 5Feb48; DU12783. 

SHEVLIN, Peggy Verna. 
Little Mary Monahan. DU13638. SEE 
Nelson, Robert Morton. 

SHIELDS, ALICE ADDISON. 

The lamp, a play, 30 leaves. © Alice 
Addison Shields; Ic 27Apr48; DU14236. 

SHIFFRIN, A. B. 
The price of a thousand horses, a play in 
two acts. © A. B. Siiffrin; Ic 13May48; 
DU14620. 

THE SHIP- shape show. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. 
DP13087. 

SHIRLEY, Eaula Adam. 
Peg's a-hoppin'. DU122tO. SEE Park, 
Richard Douglas. 

SHIRLEY Collier Agency. SEE Collier 
(Shirley) Agency. 

SHMEREL the shotchen. DU13186. SEE 
Davis, Sima. 

SHOCKPROOF shipping. C2759. SEE Wild- 
ing Kcture Productions, inc. 

THE SHOEMAKER'S house. DU14699. SEE 
Mitchell, Ronald Elwy. 

SHOOBE, Louis. 
Musical cross word puzzle. DU13768. SEE 
Morris, Herman C. 

SHOOTIN' the breeze. C2670. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. . 

SHOPPER'S pocket guide. C2317. SEE 
Paige, Albert. 

SHORE, JOSEPH N. 
The taxidermists, a play in three acts. 

© Joseph N. Shore; Ic 29Apr48; DU14410. 
V/ho are the weavers? SEE Mayorga, 

Margaret (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 

plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

SHORE, LEONARD. 
New home [Dramatic sketch] 2 leaves. 
© Leonard Shore; Ic 5Jan48; DU12212. 

SHORE, SYBIL E. 
The scrubbing fairy who wanted to dance 
[Dramatic sketch] 2 leaves. © Sybil 
Shore; Ic 6Jan48; DU12269. 

THE SHORN Lambs. DU13329. SEE Mock, 
John Edmonds. 

THE SHORT story of the week. C2566. SEE 
Farkas, Lucien Leslie. 

SHOTENS fun War Shaw er getto. SEEMestel, 
Jacob. De naye Hagode. DU15308. 



SHOULD a girl eat? SEE McCurdey, 
Catharine Miller. Princess Scheheraz- 
queer and the Jinn, Rickey. DU12988. 

SHOUT freedom. DU14392. SEE Blythe, 
William LeGette. 

SHOW business. DU15173. SEE Cahn, Stuart 
Jay. 

A SHOW in a show^. DU14856. SEE Denis, 
Nathalie (Mashkevitch). 

THE SHOW must go on. DU15077. SEE 
Salem, Julia Dawn. 

SHOWDOWN. DU14387. SEE Drucker, 
Sylvia G. 

THE SHRINE murders. DU14717. SEE Perry, 
William Henry. 

SHRODE, MATTIE MARY. 
Edicashun, a Negro monologue. © Mattie 

Mary Shrode; Ic 26Apr48; DU14367. 
Rosie Bell seeks glamor, a Negro dialect- 
monologue. © Mattie Mary Shrode; Ic 
26Apr48; DU14366. 

SHUBERT, JOHN JASON. 
Margaret and the Met, a play in one scene. 
© John Jason Shubert; Ic 7Jan48; DU12284. 

SHULKIN, ANATOL. 
The stragglers, a drama in three acts, with 
prologue and epilogue. © Anatol Shulkin; 
Ic 25Feb48; DU13143. 

SHUNNEY, WALTER JOSEPH. 
Chestnuts, a comedy-drama in three acts. 
© Walter Joseph Shunney; Ic 10Feb48; 
DU12845. 

SHYLOCK and his daughter. DP12153. SEE 
Schwartz, Maurice. 

SIBELIUS, STANLEY. 

Arjuna, servant of Allah; a play by Al'd'rama 
[pseud.] 25 leaves. © Stanley Sibelius; 
Ic 18Mar48; DU13688. 

Son of Heaven, imperial bird in golden cage. 
A play of the imagination, by Ajmo Noni 
Mo, Dr. Ama Ti Co [pseuds, of Stanley 
Sibelius] 57 leaves. © Stanley Sibelius; 
Ic 16Feb48; DU14090. 

SIBUET, LOUIS. 
The scenario, a play in one act. © Louis 
Sibuet; Ic lDec47; DU12417. 

LE SIQLIEN. DP12316. SEE Moliere, Jean 
Baptiste Poquelin. 

SIDESADDLE Sue. DU13153. SEE Boggs, 
Benton Boone. 

THE SIDEWALKS of New York. DU15399. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 80. 

SIDNEY, P. JAY. 
The final curtain, a play in three acts. 

© P. Jay Sidney; Ic 18Feb48; DU12954. 
The final curtain, a play in three acts. 

© P. Jay Sidney; Ic 28Apr48; on revisions; 

DU14263. 

SIEGAL, ABNER. 
Shapiro plays tonight, an original drama 
in two acts. © Aimer Siegal; Ic 12Jan48; 
DU12324. 

SIEGEL, JACOB. 
The Appian Way, a play in three acts. 
© Jacob Slegel; Ic 30Apr48; DU14288. 

SIEGEL, MORTON. 
Lose your tempo, a musical review in two 



acts. [Text only] © Morton Siegel; Ic 
14May48; DU14643. 

SIEGEL, WILLIAM. 
The big shot, an operetta in two acts and 
nine scenes [Yiddish text. Music lacking] 
© William Siegel; Ic 18Dec47; DU12584. 

SIEGLER, RALPH T. 
Copy to the Commander-in-Chief, a one-act 
play. © Ralph T. Siegler; Ic 17Feb48; 
DU12942. 

SIESTO, ANDREA DELLO. 
Tiziano il Giovane, radio- commedia. 
© Andrea Dello Siesto; Ic UDec47; 
DU14104. 

SIEVERS, DAVID WIEDER. 
It's a hit, a television quiz show. Episode 
1, May 13, 1948. © Westheimer & Co., 
Advertising; 13May4a; DP15074. 

SIGNIFICANCE tests for engineering data. 
C2058. SEE Enell, John Warren. 

SIGNOR Chicago. DU12243. SEE Chodorov, 
Edward. 

SIGNS of good times. DU14529. SEE Wilding 
Picture F>roductions, inc. 

GILENCE In the heart. DU15096. SEE 
Cathcart, William Elliot. 

THE SILENT one. DU12691. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 512. 

THE SILENT partner. DU14582. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 857. 

SILL, SANFORD. 
Webster's widow, a play in three acts. 
© Sanford Sill; Ic 21Jan48; on revisions; 
DU12718. Earliest prev. reg. 20May40; 
D70210. 

SILVER, MILTON. 
In loving memory, a drama in three acts. 
© Milton SUver; Ic lMar48; DU13346. 

THE SILVER cord. DU14464. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 51. 

THE SILVER lining. C2376. SEE Rhoden, 
Edwin. 

THE SILVER spoon. DU12689. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2340-1565. 

SILVER spurs. DU14685. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2393-1618. 

SILVERTIP. DU13826. SEE Challenge of 
the Yukon, no. 520. 

SIMAN, Aliso. SEE Guyon, Julien. 

THE SIMILARITY of the explosions of Vesu- 
vius, August 24, 79 A.D. and Krakatoa, 
August 27, 1883. C2583. SEE Rickmire, 
Ara P. 

SIMON, Charles. 
Zaza. DP12441. SEE Leoncavallo, Rug- 
giero. 

SIMON, DANIEL. 
Restaurant skit, by Daniel and Marvin 
Simon. 7 leaves. © Daniel Simon, Mar- 
vin Simon; Ic 9Fob48; DU12819. 

SIMON, Marvin. 
Restaurant skit. DU12819. SEE Simon, 
Daniel. 

SIMON the soothsayer. DU12487. SEE 
Swan son, Laurence T. 



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SIMONE und der Friede. 
Schiitz, Adolf. 



DU13327. SEE 



SIMPSON, EVAN JOHN. 
Ladies depart, a play in one act, by Evan 
John [pseud.] London^ S. French [1948]. 
18 p. illus. (French s acting edition, 
no. 269) © Samuel French; ltd.; 2Mar48; 
DP13932. 

SIMPSON, HELEN DAISY. 
The horoscope show. [Continuity] © Helen 
Daisy Simpson; Ic 29'Mar48; DU13664. 

SIMPSON, JOHN FRANCIS. 
Telephone mathematics. [Announcement 
for radio] © John Francis Simpson; Ic 
14Jun48; C2732. 

SIMS, DOROTHY RICE. 
Weep for awhile, a play in three acts. 
© Dorothy Rice Sims; Ic 12Feb48; 
DU12883. 

SIMULATED pressure altitude indicator with 
"memory hands." C2269. SEE De Celles, 
Joseph Howard. 

SIN is bliss. DU14827. SEE Kramer, Mil- 
ton J. 

SINCLAIR, LISTER SHEDDEN. 
Socrates, an original play in five scenes 
and three acts. © Lister Shedden Sinclair; 
Ic 19May48; DU14745. 

SINCLAIR, UPTON BEALL. 
A giant's strength; drama in three acts. 
Monrovia, Calif. [1948]. 52 p. © Upton 
Beall Sinclair; 12jan48; DP13509. Prev. 
reg. 4May47; D unp. 9085. 

SINCLADRE, JOAN. 
Forever young. [Radio script] © Joan 
Sinclaire; Ic 6Feb48; DU12827. 

SINE, BARBARE ELIZABETH. 
The sky is falling, a play in three acts. 
© B. Elizabeth Sine; Ic i7May48; DU14653. 

SING a song with Vaughn. C2011. SEE 
Enders, Howard. 

SING along with organ songs. DU14221. SEE 
Schmertz, Charles Baye. 

SINGAPORE. DU12128. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Nov. 3, 1947. 

SINGAPORE'S peg leg. DU14587. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2381-1606. 

SINGER, JACK. 
Death after ten years. [Television script] 

© Jack Singer; Ic 12May48; DU14532. 
Unwelcome stranger. [Radio play] © Jack 

Singer; Ic 24Feb48; DU13091. 
The widow wanted another, a comedy in 

three scenes, for television. © Jack 

Singer; Ic 14Jun48; DU15215. 

SINGING across America. DU14949. SEE 
Highways and Byways to Music (Radio 
program) 

THE SINGING valley. DP15347. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 160. 

SINNER'S lament. DU12745. SEE Wickey, 
Lawrence. 

SIREN song. DU12359. SEE Waley, Marie. 
Sock and buskin. 

SIROTA, ELSIE. 
Object: matrimony. A play in two acts. 
© Elsie Sirota; Ic 7Jan48; DU12495. 

SISTER Oakes. DU12921. SEE Child, Nellise. 



SISTER Superior. DU13005. SEE Einstadt 
Isaac. ' 

THE SISTERS. DU15051. SEE Goodhew 
Jonathan. ' 

SDC characters for an actress. DP13498 
SEE Walsh, James M. 

SDf-gun doctor. DU12944. SEE Holt, Felix. 

SIX gun ring. DU12687. SEE The Lone Ranger 
no. 2335-1560. * ' 

THE SIX servants. DU14294. SEE Looata 
Virginia W. ^ ' 

SIXTH Avenue? DU13776. SEE Schoenstadt, 
Helen Elizabeth. 

THE SIXTH commandment. DU13187. SEE 
Oettingen, Edith Herrnstadt. 

THE SIXTH position. DU13945. SEE Harrison, 
Emma Mae. 

SKATER'S waltz. DU12415. SEE Belanger, 
Merlyn Kenneth. 

SKIDROAD. DU12162. SEE Perrault, Ernest 
George. 

SKIN deep. DU12907. SEE Ebenhack, Arthur. 

SKINNER, GEORGE D. 
Queens in their teens. Audition script no. 4. 
© George D. Skinner; Ic 26Mar48; C2318. 

THE SKY is falling. SEE 
Hussey, Paula. DU12508. 
Kanin, Garson. DU15375. 
Sine, Barbare Elizabeth. DU14653. 

THE SKY'S the limit. SEE 
Kellman, Leon. DU13201. 
Pomeroy, Wellington A. DU15118. 

SLADE, KATHRYNE DOREMUS. 
Old boys with high boys, a comedy in three 
acts, by K. Doremus and L. N. Maximovich. 
Adapted from the manuscript of the book 
by the same name, based on the Richard W. 
Lehne case. © Kathryne Doremus Slade, 
Lazar Nicholas Maximovich; Ic 13Jan48; 
DU13075. 

SLADEK, Kate. SEE Thomas, Lynn. 

SLANKARD, MABEL THOMPSON. 
Hey Reuben, a three -act musical comedy. 
Includes songs: "Hey Reuben," "Got to 
bend down sister," I've been looking at 
the moon," "Fantasy," and "Gypsy dance." 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Mabel Thompson Slankard; Ic 3May48; 
DU15079. 

SLAVERY no. 2; Lincoln no. 2. C2003. SEE 
Tobias, Harry Osborn. 

SLEEPING Beauty. SEE 
Benedict, Miriam Judith. DP13931. 
Let's Pretend, May 29, 1948. DU15135. 
Trusler, G. Irene. DP13499. 

SLEIGH ride. DU12548. SEE The Mystery 
Castle, no. 14. 

SLIDING down a moonbeam. DU12502. SEE 
House, L. Margueritte. 

A SLIGHT mistake. DU14766. SEE First 
Nighter, Apr. 1, 1948. 

SLIKER, HAROLD G. 
Unto us the living a choric drama. Evan- 
ston. 111., Row, Peterson [1948]. 19 p. 
(A Row- Peterson play) © Row, Peterson 
& Co.; 2Jan48; DP12515. 



I 



SLOANE, Robert. SEE Reader's Digest- 
Radio Edition (Radio program) 

SMALL courtesy. DU15113. SEE Cerf, Kurt. 

THE SMALL hours. SEE Walsh, James M. 
Six characters for an actress. DP13498. 

SMALL town. DU15062-15063. SEE Teeter, 
Dorothy Vanderford. 

SMALL world. SEE 
Bullock, Jimmie Lawrence. DU14506. 
Schneider, William H. DU13416. 

SMART, Jack, pseud. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

SMART as thsy come. DU12881. SEE Dinnes, 
Nathan. 

THE SMELL of the Yukon. DP13510. SEE 
Sutton, Vanita. 

THE SMILE. DU14033. SEE Konrad, Donald 
Gerard. 

SMILEY, GEORGE W. 
My own— artistic— United States of America, 
a radio program. © George W. Smiley; 
Ic 16Feb48; C2172. 

SMITH, ARTHUR TANNER ELLIOTT. 
The devil takes, a melodrama in three acts, 
b^ Elliott Smith. A revision of his play, 
' Dublin road. ' © Arthur Tanner Elliott 
Smith; Ic 26Apr48; DU14176. 

SMITH, BENJAMIN VERNON. 
The magic wand; format for radio broadcast, 
by Vernon Smith. © Benjamin Vernon 
Smith; Ic 21Jan48; DU12633. 

SMITH, Betty. 
The far-distant shore. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

SMITH, Bettye Jane. 
Calgo. DU14778. SEE Strickland, Jan. 

SMITH, BURRELL. 
This broad expanse, an original screenplay 
on radar as applied to Great Lakes navi- 
gation; by Burrell Smith and James Cornell. 
38 leaves. © Burrell Smith, James Cor- 
nell; Ic lMar48; DU13348. 

SMITH, EARL HOB SON. 
David Crockett, a pageant drama in three 
acts. © Earl Hobson Smith; Ic 2Apr48; 
DU13764. 
Lincoln takes a wife, a comedy in three acts. 
Rev. version. © Earl Hobson Smith; Ic 
lMar48; DU13349. 
Old Smoky, a comedy in two acts. © Earl 
Hobson Smith; Ic lMar48; DU13350. 

SMITH, Elliott. SEE Smith, Arthur Tanner 
Elliott. 

SMITH, Frank J. 
Red hot air. DU14269. SEE Pierce, Emily 
Stanton. 

SMITH, Jay. SEE Smith, John Joseph. 

SMITH, JOHN JOSEPH. 
Jaywalking with Johnnv. [Radio script] 
© John Joseph (Jack Jay) Smith; Ic 
12Jan48; DU12326. 

SMITH, JORDAN CIARENCE. 
A midsummer night's dream, adapted from 
the play by William Shakespeare, for re- 
cording for children on four 10" sides, 
with music by Felix Mendelssohn. 6 leaves. 
[Text only] © Jordan C. Smith; Ic 16Mar48; 
DU13483. 



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SMITH, Matt Hartley. 
Best seller premiere. DU14123. SEE 

Fromer, Anne. 
Charm School. DU14884. SEE Fromer, 

Anne. 
New lives for old. DU14108. SEE Fromer, 

Anne. 
Pet show. DU14885. SEE Fromer, Anne. 
Reward offered. DU14887. SEE Fromer, 

Anne. 
A song is born. DU14886. SEE Fromer, 

Anne. 

SMITH, Phoebe. 

Stranger in the night. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

Stranger than fiction. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

SMITH, ROBERT GORDON. 

Birthday j^rassnt; or. Whatever goes with it. 
[Continuity] © Robert Gordon Smith; Ic 
24Feb48; DU13099. 

Just between us, a radio program by Robert 
Gordon. Script no. 1: A story of a mama 
goat, her seven little kids, and the bad old 
wolf. © Robert Gordon Smith; Ic 31Mar48; 
DU13738. 

Just between us, a radio program. Script 
no. 2: The story of a boy who was awful 
fond of bread and jelly. © Robert Gordon 
Smith; Ic 5May48; DU14334. 

Just between us, a radio program. Script 
no. 3: Why the great granddaddy of all cats 
got mad at the great granddaddy of all mice. 
A new version of an old fable. © Robert 
Gordon Smith; Ic 26May48; DU14982. 

Just between us, a radio program. Script 
no. 4: The story of Hansel and Grettel and 
the wicked witch. A new version of an old 
favorite. © Robert Gordon Smith; Ic 
26May48; DU14981. 

SMITH, ROSE MARIE. 
Among my memoirs, an original poetry pro- 
gram. A presentation of the Ithaca College 
Radio Workshop. Script for Mar. 1, 1948. 
© Rose Marie Smith; Ic 16Mar48; DU13424. 

SMITH, Vernon. SEE Smith, Benjamin Vernon. 

SMITH vs. Smith. DP14715. SEE Storer, 
Winifred Carol. 

SMITHFIELD, GEORGE FRANOS. 
Weather-vane, an exciting comedy in three 
acts. © George Francis Smithfield; Ic 
5Mar48; on revisions; DU13341. Prev. 
reg. "Cherubs in action;" 90ct46; D45304. 

SMYTH, NONA LONG. 
The deep well, a play in three acts. © Nona 
Long Smyth; Ic 19May48; DU14746. 

A SNAKE on Sunday. DP12767. SEE Constan- 
duros, Mabel (Tilling). 

SNAPP, PAULINE WILLIAMS. 
Invitation to doubt, a play in three acts. 
© Pauline Williams Snapp; Ic 13Feb48; 
DU13080. 

SNELL, Mrs. John B. SEE Carver, Ada Jack. 

THE SNIPE hunt. DU15403. SEE The Adven- 
tures of Frank Merriwell, no. 84. 

SNOW White and Rose Red. DU12370. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Dec. 13, 1947. 

THE SNOWBOUND adventure. DU13676. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 75. 

THE SNOWMAN. DU12796. SEE Mayo, John 
Himes. 



SO many children! DU12835. SEE Soence 
Wall. 



SO wrote Nostradamus. DU13064. 
Hymen, Ira Edwin. 



SEE 



SO you want thrills! DU12651. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

SOCIETfi Privee d'imprimerie et d'fidition. 
Aspects du theatre contemporain en France. 

DP14501. SEE Arnold, Paul. 
Une tradition theatrale. DP14502. SEE 
Arnold, Paul. 



SOCK and buskin. 
Waley, Marie. 



DU12359-12364. SEE 



SOCRATES. 
Shedden. 



DU14745. SEE Sinclair, Lister 



SOLD American! DU12597. SEE Ryan, Terry. 

SOLDAN, Kurt. 
Cosffan tutte. DP14115, DP14120. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Don Giovanni. DP14116, DP14118. SEE 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 

Amadeus. 
Die Hochzeit des Figaro. DP14117, 

DP14119. SEE Mozart, Johann Chrysostom 

Wolfgang Amadeus. 



SOLILOQUY on the new year. DU12279. 
Schenkkan, Robert Frederic. 



SEE 



SOLIMAN le magnifique. 
Josset, Andre. 



DU15322. SEE 



SOLLIS, Mrs. E. B. SEE SoUis, Libby. 

SOLLIS, Libby. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

SOLOFF, Rav. 
Ring around a Haman. DP12940. SEE 
Borowitz, Eugene B. 

SOLOMON, LESTER SAUNDERS. 

Always a first time, a comedy in three acts, 
by Lester Saunders [pseud. J © Lester 
Solomon, Jr.; Ic 16Apr48; DU14018. 

One for you and one for me, an original 
mystery play [for radio] in two acts, by 
Lester Saunders [pseud.] © Lester 
Saunders Solomon; Ic 4Feb48; DU12741. 

SOME correlations of palmistry and astrology. 
C2230. SEE Frey, Lillian Frieda. 

SOME items from Sweetest and lowest. 
DP13940. SEE Melville, Alan. 

SOME of the snows of yesteryear. DU14619. 
SEE Nelson, Virginia Armistead. 

SOME physiologic and psychologic principles 

foverning the role of exercise. C2033. 
EE Steinhaus, Arthur H. 

SOMETHING always happens. DP14226. SEE 
Peters, Alice Thomson. 



SOMETHING for nothing. DU14774. 
Gary, Holland M. 



SEE 



SOMETHING more important. DU14449. 
SEE Maltby, Henry Francis. 



SOMEWHERE in Texas. 
Easton, Sidney. 



DU14002. SEE 



SON of Heaven, imperial bird in golden cage. 
DU14090. SEE Sibelius, Stanley. 

SONG from heaven. DU12353. SEE Reader's 
Digest — Radio Edition, no. 93. 



SONG hits of tomorrow. DU14962. SEE 
Zwoboda, Arthur Edward. 

A SONG Is born. DU14886. SEE Fromer, 
Anne. 

SONG of Algiers. DU13459. SEE Briody, 
Donald Francis. 

SONG of the city. DU14351. SEE The Hour 
of St. Francis (Radio program) 

SONG of the stars. DU13576. SEE Geneve se, 
Michael Angelo. 

THE SONG OF THE STRANGER (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Episodes in this series are by Doris Halman. 
Scripts 1-5, Aug. 4-8, 1947. © Ruthrauff 
& Ryan, Inc.; Ic each 8Mar48; DU13381- 
13385. 

SONG scouts. DU14959. SEE Zwoboda, 
Arthur Edward. 

SONG to the sun. DU12707. SEE The Hour 
of St. Francis (Radio program) 

DER SONG von der sonnigen Jugend. DU14220. 
SEE Brunner, Hans. 

SONYA. DU12237. SEE Dunn, Caesar. 

SOOTIN, HARRY. 
Oh, doctor; a play in three acts. © Harry 

Sootin; Ic 24Feb48; DU13090. 
The toid man, a play in three acts. © Harry 
Sootin; Ic 29Jan48; DU12628. 

A SOPHISTICATED accident. C2123. SEE 
Roche, William Bosworth. Automobile 
safety jingles for radio, L-5. 

SORNSEN, FLORA ELAINE. 
Be yourself, a musical play in two acts. 
[Text only] © Elora Elaine Sornsen; Ic 
lDec47; DU12108. 

SORORITY sisters. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DPI 3966. 

THE SORREL sisters. DU14866. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 192. 

SOTER, Luchios, pseud. SEE Salvatore, 
Sacerdote Limzzo. 

SOUL, WALTER FORREST. 
Telequiz, a television quiz show. [Sample 
script] © Walter Forrest Soul; Ic 
24Mar48; DU13695. 

THE SOUL of the orchestra. DU14950. SEE 
Highways and Byways to Music (Radio pro- 
gram) 

SOUND on the goose. DU15132. SEE Biel, 
Nicholas J. 

SOUNDING brass. DU15204. SEE Paget, 
Genevieve May. 

SOUTHERN cross. DU14832. SEE Kamarck, 
Frank M. 

SOUTHERN old timers. DU14444. SEE 
Thierry, James Francis. 

UN SOUVENIR d'ltalie. DP15142. SEE Du- 
creux, Louis. 

SPANGBERG, BULA KENT. 
Our kids, an audience-participation quiz 
show [for radio] © Bula Kent Spangberg; 
Ic 19Apr48; DU14035. 

THE SPARROW'S nest. DU13773. SEE 
Duersten, William Edward. 



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SPEAK UP AMERICA (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Roy S. Dur- 
stine. © Roy S. Diirstine. 

[1] © Ic 27Feb48; DU13226. 

Apr. 4, 1948. © Ic 19Apr48; C2445. 

SPEAKING of money. C2358. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

SPEAKING of sports. C2220. SEE Linde- 
muth, James Douglas. 

SPECHT, PAUL L. 
Why the Fine Arts Television Corporation? 
An address. © Paul L. Specht; Ic 
17May48; C2593. 

SPECIAL and incidental services. C2407. 
SEE Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

SPECIAL form for broadcasting station sign- 
off announcement. C2259. SEE Egolf, 
Willard Durre. 

SPECIAL Frontier Town sequence, no. 1-4. 
DU13869-13872. SEE The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2374-1599 to 2377-1602. 

SPECIAL guest. DP12513. SEE El ser, Don- 
ald. 

SPECIAL program dedicated to heavy duty 
truck drivers. C2511. SEE Poggia, Emily 
Elise. Road quizz, no. 1. 

SPECIAL six-guns. DU12685. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2333-1558. 

THE SPECULATOR. DU12856. SEE Oswald, 
Richard. 

SPEERSCHNEIDER, ETHEL. 
Christmas through the ages; or, Wisconsin s 
heritage. A dramatization for school, 
church or general community use. Madison, 
Wisconsin Idea Theatre [1946] cl948. 
26 p. illus. © Ethel Speer Schneider; 
80ct46; DP14481. 

SPELLBOUND. DU13750. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Mar. 8, 1948. 

SPENCE, WALL. 
So many childrenl An original one-act 
play for children. © Wall Spence; Ic 
6Feb48; DU12835. 

SPENCER, ALBERT E. 

Chattel mortgages. Conditional sales. 
Party walls. Unincorporated associations, 
charities and churches. fLectures] 
© Albert E. Spencer; Ic 240ct47; C2207. 

Corporation taxes. Married women. Feme 
sole trader. Weak-minded persons. 
Minors. Corporations. [Lectures] 
© Albert E. Spencer; Ic 240ct47; C2210. 

Deeds. Recording acts. Ground rents. 
Easements. Adverse possession. [Lec- 
tures] © Albert E. Spencer; Ic 240ct47; 
C2212. 

Estates in land. Partnership property. 
Mortgages. Wills. Lien of decedent' s 
debts. Transfer inheritance tax. Federal 
estate tax. [Lectures] © Albert E. 
Spencer; Ic 240ct47; C2211. 

Intestate Act of 1917. [Lecture] © Albert 
E. Spencer; Ic 240ct47; C2213. 

Judgments. [Lecture] © Albert E. Spencer; 
Ic 240ct47; C2209. 

Settlement information. [Lecture] © Al- 
bert E. Spencer; Ic 240ct47; C2208. 

SPENCER, THEODORE. 
An acquired illumination, the purpose of 
general education in the humanities. 
[Lecture] © Theodore Spencer; Ic 8Jun48; 
C2730. 



SPENCER, William. 
The Whoopstars. DU12849. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

SPEWACK, BELLA. 
Kiss me, Kate; a new play in two acts. 
© Bella Spewack; Ic 28May48; DU15085. 

SPICKERS, REED HUTCHINS. 
Goya rides again, a comedy in three acts, 
by Reed Spickers and Lance Clarke. 
© Reed Hutchins Spickers, Lance Clarke; 
Ic 29Dec47; DU12161. 

SPICKERS, WILLIAM. 
Girls' school, a play in three acts, by Wil- 
liam Spickers and Fay Dtx Reid. © Fay 
Dix Reid, WUliam Spickers; Ic 8Jul47; 
DU12684. 

SPIEZIA, ANTHONY. 
City life; or. Themes for drama. A melo- 
dramatic fantasy in two acts. © Anthony 
Spiezia; Ic 29Dec47; DU12163. 



SPILLET om Bly-Petter. 
Eidem, Odd. 



DP13166. SEE 



SPIN a silver dollar. DU13941. SEE 
Reader's Digest — Radio Edition, no. 109. 

SPIRA, ALVA ANN. 
Restricted, a contemporary drama in three 

acts. © Alva Spira; Ic 12Jan48; DU12325. 
Restricted, a contemporary drama in three 

acts. [Revised] © Alva Spira; Ic 2Mar48; 

DU13274. 

THE SHRIT of Life. DU13536. SEE Larsen, 
Alice C. Keaton. 



SPITZER, Robert. 
R.S.V.P. DU15253. 
Purmort. 



SEE Eames, Ruth 



SPONSOR. C2709. SEE Ketchum, MacLeod 
and Grove. 

THE SPORTING eye. C2152. SEE Jacobs, 
Ralph H. 

THE SPORTS almanac. DU13438. SEE 
Miller, John W. 

THE SPORTSMEN'S show. DU12253. SEE 
Reeves, Zoe. 

SPRAGUE, BESSE (TOULOUSE) 
Melody madhouse, a nomedy in three acts, 
by Priscilla Wayne [pseud.] and Wayne 
Sprague. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House [1947]. 81 p. illus. (An 
Eldridge 3 -act play) © Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House, inc.; 10ct47; DP13515. 

SPRAGUE, Wayne. 
Melody madhouse. DP13515. SEE Sprague, 
Besse (Toulouse) 

SPRING green. DU13131. SEE Kraft Tele- 
vision Theatre, no. 41. 

SPRING sonata. DU14231. SEE Clement, 
Victor Kelemen. 

SPRINGTIME for Patsy. DP13086. SEE 
Gregory, Harold James. 

SPURS and spats. DU14007. SEE Hugo, 
Stella Lynott. 

SQUIRE, F. BURT. 
Memory lane album, a half -hour audition 
script for radio-television use only. 
© F. Burt Squire; Ic 5May48; C2560. 

SQUIRE, ROGER LEWIS. 
Previous engagement, a comedy in four 
acts. © Roger Lewis Squire; Ic 19May48; 
DU14906. 



SQUIRES, BEULAH. 
The rendezvous, a play in three acts. 
© Mrs. Glenn S. Squires; Ic 15Mar48; 
DU13624. 

SQUIRES, Mrs. Glenn S. SEE Squires, Beulah. 

STAGE for the word. DU13167. SEE Nordine, 
Kenneth Edward. 

STAKE out. DU13911. SEE The Shadow, 
no. 328. 

STANDARD Oil Company of Indiana. ^ 

Free for all. DU12643. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 
Keep the heat on. C2458. SEE Francisco 
Films. 

STANLEY, Arthur. 
Maritza. DP12122. SEE Layer- Parker, 
Robert. 

STANTON, Priscilla B. 
Red hot air. DU14269. SEE Pierce, Emily 
Stanton. 

STAR Chamber. DU12925. SEE Wilderman, 
Louis H. 

STAR-light, star-bright. DU14881. SEE 
Valentine, Richard Harden. 

STAk performer. DU15083. SEE Brand, 
William Francis. 

STARRING love! DU13846. SEE Francisco, 
William Hale. 

STARS of tomorrow. SEE Walters, Louis E. 
Lou Walters' stars of tomorrow. DU13707. 

START chicks that pay. C2370. SEE Handy 
Qam) Organization, inc. 

THE STARTING point. DU13363. SEE 
Johnson, Georgia Douglas. 

THE STARTLED saint. DP12112. SEE 
Johnson, Philip. 

STAVIG, Richard Thorson. 
A little learning. DU14284. SEE Boe, 
Leonard Clifford. 

STAVIS, BARRIE. 
Lamp at midnight, a play in three acts. 
[New York] Dramatists Play Service [1948]. j 
83 p. illus. © Barrie Stavis; 3Apr48; 1 

on new foreword and revisions; DP14244. " 

Prev. reg. 25Jul42; D unp. 81387. 



ST AW, SALA. 
Pelleas and Melisande, a play in three acts, 
prologue and epilogue, adafied from the 
original of Maurice Maeterlinck. ® Sala 
Staw; Ic 18Feb48; DU12956. 

STEAM pressure. DU12972. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2342-1567. 

STEDMAN, SIDNEY R. 
Relaxing time, a script for a television pro- 
gram. © Sidney R. Stedman; Ic 30Apr48; 
DU14297. 

STEEL, Robert S. SEE Behind the Front Page 
(Radio program) 

STEELMAN, NORMAN. 
Better to reign, a comedy in three acts. 
© Norman Steelman; Ic 25May48; DU15109. 

STEEPLECHASE. C2240. SEE Chessler, 
Maurice. 

STEGER, Marcel Joseph. SEE Steger, Mark 
'Joseph. 



I 



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STEGER, MARK JOSEPH. 
Popular voice training, continuity used 
on records. 12 sides, ^s) Mark J Steger; 
Ic 26Apr48; C2498 

STEIGMAN, BENJAMIN M. 
Render unto Wagner, a play in three acts, 
by Ben Gale [pseud. ] The story cf Richard 
Wagner and Minna, Mathilde and Cosima 
© Benjamin M. Steigman; Ic 22Apr48: 
DU14365. 

STEIN, LEON JACK. 
Horatio's penny, a play in three acts, 

© Leon J. Stein; Ic 6Jan48; DU12270. 
A letter from Harry, a play in three acts. 
© Leon Jack Stein; Ic 4May48; DU14336. 

STEIN, LOUIS RONALD. 
Hellas belle. A musical play in three acts. 
Words and muEic by Ronald Stein, Charles 
Hartn.ann, Dave Lehr [and others]. Pre- 
sented by the Quadrangle Club of Washing- 
ton University, St. Louis. © Quadrangle 
Club of Washington Univ., Ic 14Apr48; 
DU14448. 

STEIN, MORRIS. 
The man from Topeka, a comedy in three 
acts, by Edmund Morris [jpseud.] Based 
on Gogol's "The revizor. © Morris 
Stein; Ic 9Feb48; DU12822. 

STEINBERG, BELLE MARKOWITZ. 
Now is the time, a play in three acts. 
© Belle Markowitz Steinberg; Ic lMar48; 
DU13199. 

STEINBRECHER, Alexander. 
Alt-Wien. DP14708. SEE Lanner, Joseph 
Franz Karl. 

STEINHARDT, HERSCHEL SAMUEL. 

Fire, a play in two acts and six scones. 
© Herschel S. Steinhardt; Ic 21Apr48; on 
revisions; DU14145. Prev. reg. Iljan46; 
D156. 

Three one-act plays. © Herschel S. Stein- 
hardt; Ic each 6May48. 
The eternal prosecutor. DU14900. 
A father's gift. DU14899. 
The Scotsman and the German farmer. 
DU14901. 

STEINHAUS, ARTHUR H. 
Some physiologic and psychologic principles 
governing the role of exercise in the 
development and maintenance of health and 
fitness. [Lecture] © Arthur H. Steinhaus; 
Ic 26jan48; C2033. 

STEINSBERGER, Patricia Ruth. 
Campaign summer. DU15318. SEE Jensen, 
Eileen Stith. 

STENNING, JACK GEORGE. 
Neglected wives, a three-act farce comedy. 
© Jack George Stenning; Ic 25Mar48; 
DU13598. 

STEP a little closer. DU15266. SEE Cotler, 
Gordon. 

STEPHANIE, Gottlieb. 
Con stanza and the sultan. DU15358. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 
Amadeus. 

STEPHENS, PETER JOHN. 
The wonderbird, an original play in three 
acts. © Peter John Stephens; Ic 29Apr48; 
DU14270. 

STEPHENSON, SHIRLEY. 
Folly on the trolley, a pantomimic skit. 
3 leaves. © V/etmore Declamation Bureau; 
lSep47; DP12467. 

STEPLESS stairs. DU12915. SEE Page, 
Sarah Frances. 



STEPPING off the merry-go-round. DP13422. 
SEE Beckwith, Miriam Rachel Capron. 

STERBINI, Cesare. 
The barber of Seville. DU12681. SEE 
Adler, Herman. 

STERLING Products International, inc. 
Las mil y una carcajadas de Glostora. 

DU14703. SEE Rivero, Ramon. 
La vida en broma. DU14828. SEE Rivero, 
Ramon. 

STERN, ALAN. 
Come as you are. Radio script no. 1. © The 
Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 19Apr48; 
C2471. ^ t- , i^ , 

A date with music. Audition script. Mar. 18, 
1948. © The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; 
Ic 19Mar48; C2309. 

Days of the giants. Script no. 7, Nov. 15, 

1947. © Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 
24Nov47; DU12158. 

The drama of the United Nations. Crisis: 

1948. A play, presented by Xavier Uni- 
versity, Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 26, 1948. 
53 leaves. © Xavier Univ.; Ic 9Mar48; 
DU13822. 

For your pleasure. Radio script no. 1. 

© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 

25May48; C2715. 
Hodge podge. Audition script no. 1, June 11, 

1948. © The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; 

Ic 21Jun48; C2751. 
Let's take a look. Script no. 1, July 2, 

1947. © Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 

16Jan48; DU12479. 

STERN, Arthur Alan. 
National ring. DU12560. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

STERN, ISIDORE. 
King Max, a play in five scenes. © Isidore 

Stern; Ic lMar48; DU13203. 
The tunnel of love murders, a radio play. 

8 leaves. © Isidore Stern; Ic 5Mar48; 

DU13435. 

STERN, MARTIN. 
The criminals, a play in two parts. © 
Martin Stern. 

1. © Ic 26Apr48; DU14346. 

2. © Ic 15May48; DU14664. 

STERN, YERMIE. 
Do you remember? or, I remember, I remem- 
ber. Format for radio program. © Hit 
Parade, inc.; Ic 19May48; C2612. 

STERNBERG, PAUL. 
Claire Handy' s boss. First episode in a new 
series [for radio] © Paul Sternberg; Ic 
18Mar48; DU13817. 
A penny for your thoughts. Episode in a 
radio serial. © Paul Sternberg; Ic 18Mar48; 
on revisions; DU13816. Prev. reg. lMar39; 
D62290. 

STETSON, HELEN SLOAN. 
The reject guy, a play in three acts. © Helen 
Sloan Stetson; Ic 28Apr48; DU14355. 

STEVENS, Jonny, pseud. SEE Craw, James 
Lawrence. 

STEVENS, LESLIE CLARK. 
The new look, a musical revue. Conception 
of the theme by Leslie Stevens; sketches 
and part of the lyrics by Leslie Stevens and 
Irving Wexler; visual conception and designs 
by Kim Swados; choreography and staging by 
Mary Anthony; music by Clay Warnick. 
[Text only] © Leslie C. Stevens, Irving 
Wexler; Ic 20May48; DU15351. 

STEVENSON, JAMES. 
Six-gun doctor. DU12944. SEE Holt, Felix. 



STEVENSON, JAMES. 

What's cooking? or. Fun in the kitchen. A 
fresh, new approach to the culinary art 
thru television. © James Stevenson; Ic 
20Feb48; DU13000. 

What's the score? By James Stevenson and 
John J. Dillon. [Television script] ©James 
Stevenson, John J. Dillon; Ic 4Feb48; 
DU13528. 

STEVENSON, JANET MARSHALL. 
Declaration, a play in three acts, by Janet 
and Philip Stevenson. © Janet Marshall 
Stevenson, Philip Edward Stevenson; Ic 
24Feb48; on revisions; DU13068. Prev. 
reg. 3Sep40; D71444. 

STEVENSON, Philip Edward. 
Declaration. DU13068. SEE Stevenson, 
Janet Marshall. 

STEVERS, RICHARD. 
Willie, a mystery comedy in three acts, by 
Richard Stevers and Belle Blumenthal. 
© Richard Stevers, Belle Blumenthal; Ic 
9Dec47; DU12500. 

STEVIE Guy. DU14234. SEE Orlovitz, GU- 
bert. 

STEWART, GLENN. 
The Joseph story, an ancient tale in modern 
slanguage. [Narration] © Glenn Stewart; 
Ic lApr48; C2555. 

STEWART, IDA IRMA. 
Excess baggage, a comedy in three acts, by 
Ida Tucker [pseud.] and Louise Ball 
[pseud, of Louise Therese Windermere] 
& Louise Windermere, Ida Stewart; Ic 
4May48; DU14343. 

STEWART, MURRAY. 
The pillaring hours, a play in two acts. 
© Murray Stewart; Ic 22Mar48; DU13564. 

STEWART, ROBERT L. 
Management — key to prosperity. [Lecture] 
© Robert L. Stewart; Ic 5Feb48; C2163. 

STICK around. DU12795. SEE Scott, Town- 
send. 

STICK happy. DP12791. SEE Hanson, Meyer. 

STIEGLITZ, PERRY J. 
Heritage, a play in ten scenes. © Perry J. 
Stieglitz; Ic 8Mar48; DU13360. 

STIFFLER, RONALD-BEL. 
These are stars indeed, a play in three 
acts. © Ronald-Bel Stiffler; Ic 28May48; 
DU15396. 

STOCK, HENRY M. 
The holy man, a pageant drama in two parts, 
based on the life of St. Francis of Assisi. 
© Henry M. Stock HI; Ic 19Apr48; 
DU14070. 

STODEL, EDWARD CHARLES. 
News behind the headlines, nos. 5-''. [Radio 
scripts] © Edward Charles Stodel; Ic 
each 24Nov47; DU12261-12263. 



THE STOKER. DU12961. 
Louise Burkett. 



SEE Harper, 



THE STOLEN masterpiece. DU15336. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 91. 

STONE, CAROL. 
The ghost of Blueline Inn, a comedy in three 
acts, by Martin A. Dix [pseud.] © Carol 
Stone; Ic 18Mar48; DUI3574. 

STONE, Florence, pseud. SEE Greenstone, 
Florence M. 



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STONE, Gene. SEE The Great Gildersleeve 
(Radio program) 

STONE, JAMES FLOYD. 

Home for Christmas, a comedy in three 
acts. Franklin, Ohio, EldridgB Entertain- 
ment House [1947]. 78 p. illus. (An 
Eldridge 3 -act play) © Eldridge Entertain- 
ment House, inc.; lNov47; DP13524. 

The honeymoon is over, a farce comedy in 
three acts. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House [19471 77 p. illus. (An 
Eldridge 3 -act play) © Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House, inc.; 10ct47; DP13519. 

If you knew Susie! A farce in three acts. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House [19471 75 p. illus. (An Eldridge 
3 -act play) © Eldridge Entertainment 
House, inc.; 10ct47; DP13520. 

Leave it to Grandma, a comedy [in three 
acts] by Vincent Lindsay [pseud.] Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment House [^1!^47]. 
81 p. illus. ( An Eldridge 3-act play) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
10ct47; DP13517. 

Mrs. Astor's horse, a farce in three acts. 
Boston, Drama Guild Publishers [1948]. 
99 p. illus. (Drama Guild plays) © Drama 
Guild Publishers; 3Feb48; DP13388. 

Poor Hubert, a farce-comedy in three acts. 
Syracuse, N. Y., W. N. Bugbee Co.. cl947. 
75 p. illus. (Bugbee' s thrift plays) 
© Willis N. Bugbee Co.; 10Nov47; DP12088. 

STONE (S.) Productions. SEE Come To Our 
House (Tele\asion program) 

STONE, Sheila. SEE Come To Our House 
(Television program) 

A STONE is laid in a city block. DU12821. 
SEE Anton, Pauline. 

STONE wall alibi. DU13861. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 851. 

STOOGE for destiny. DU14672. SEE Rferly, 
Jean. 

STOP payment. DU13271. SEE Uhl, Edwin 
George. 

STOP THE MUSIC (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Howard Connell. 
© Louis G. Cowan, inc. 



1-2. Mar. 21, 28 
C2441-2442. 

3. Apr. 4, 1948. 

4. Apr. 11, 1948. 

5. Apr. 18, 1948. 

6. Apr. 25, 1948. 

7. May 2, 1948. 

8. May 9, 1948. 

9. May 16, 1948. 

10. May 23, 1948. 

11. May 30, 1948. 

12. June 6, 1948. 

13. June 13, 1948. 

14. June 20, 1948. 



, 1948. © Ic each 16Apr48; 

© Ic 16Apr48; C2444. 

© Ic 16Apr48; C2443. 

© Ic 23Apr48; C2499. 

© Ic 27Apr48; C2518. 
© Ic 5May48; C2538. 
© Ic llMay48; C2570. 

© Ic 18May48; C2592. 

© Ic 25IVfey48; C2704. 

© Ic 2Jun48; C2723. 
© Ic 21Jun48; C2753. 

© Ic 15Jun48; C2743. 

© Ic 23Jun48; C2754. 



STOP the music. C1999. SEE Salter, Harry. 

STOPPING at the New Yorker. DU12328. 
SEE Williams, Elaine. 



STORE-tested sales plan. C2331. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



STORER, WINIFRED CAROL. 
Smith vs. Smith, a farce in three acts. 
Boston, Baker s Plays [1948]. 74 p. illus. 
(Baker s edition of plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; llMay48; DP14715. 

THE STORK flies again. C2464. SEE Lange, 
John Fred. 



A STORM on Parnassus. DP13500. SEE 
Corrie, Joe. 

STORMY weather. DU12946. SEE Tainsh, 
Jean Elizabeth. 

STORRIS enne pommese fram Mamma Gus. 
C2585. SEE Bimonte, Richard Irpinio. 

THE STORY behind your favorite song. SEE 
Rothschild, John Edward. It's a great dav 
DU14371. 

STORY book time. DU12867. SEE Clohecy, 
Marie M. 

A STORY for strangers. DU12171. SEE 
Connelly, Marcus Cook. 

THE STORY of a boy who was awful fond of 
bread and jelly. DU14334. SEE Smith, 
Robert Gordon. Just between us. 

A STORY of a mama goat, her seven little 
kids, and the bad old wolf. DU13738. SEE 
Smith, Robert Gordon. Just between us. 

THE STORY of a song. DU12987. SEE Keyes, 
Paul William. 

THE STORY of an American family. SEE 
McGuire, Marion Agnes. A house to live in. 
DU12682. 

STORY of an idea. C2509. SEE Freeland, 
Fred. 

THE STORY of Celeste. DU13928. SEE 
Tripp, Paul. 

THE STORY of Clement. DU12712. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE STORY of David. DU12534. SEE Lieb- 
man, Dorothy Bachman. 

THE STORY of Hansel and Grettel and the 
wicked witch. DU14981. SEE Smith, Robert 
Gordon. Just between us. 

THE STORY of Joseph. DP14436. SEE Bow- 
man, Phil. Greatest stories of all time, 
no. 3. 

THE STORY of Queen Esther. DP14435. SEE 
Bowman, Phil. Greatest stories of all time, 
no. 2. 

THE STORY of redemption. DU13114. SEE 
Craig, Lucy Eloise. 

THE STORY of Santa Claus. DU14133. SEE 
Miller, Norman H. 

THE STORY of Sleeping Beauty. DU14890. 
SEE Reinhart, Robert. Three sketches. 

THE STORY of Terry Hanson. DU13866. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2371-1596. 

THE STORY of the angels. DU12932. SEE 
Ribble, Hazel Mary Virginia. 

THE STORY of the first Christmas. DU14854. 
SEE Browning, Leone Hunter. 

THE STORY of the little frogs. C2707. SEE 
Robinson, Mary Evelyn. 

THE STORY of the rosary. DU14423. SEE 
Lauer, Mercedes Josephine. 

A STORY revised. DU14763. SEE First 
Nighter, Feb. 26, 1948. 

STORY sweepstakes. DU14359. SEE Cooper, 
Lester. 



SrOWE, Harriet Elizabeth (Beecher). 
Uncle Tom's cabin. SEE Carter, Leslie H. 

Good-bye, little Eva. DP13730. 
Thierry, James Francis. Southern old 

timers. DU14444. 



THE STRAGGLERS. DU13143. 
Anatol. 



SEE Shulkin, 



THE STRAIGHT and narrow path to heaven. 
DU14107. SEE Coleman, Eliza Meekins. 

STRAIGHT furrow. DP14781. SEE Benson, 
Hilda. 

THE STRANGE case of Malcome Craige. 
DU13947. SEE Pattiz, Warren Bruce. 

A STRANGE design. DU14026. SEE Butcher, 
Dwight. 

STRANGE gesture. DU13264. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 477. 

THE STRANGE story of John Ericsson. 
DU12617. SEE Reader s Digest— Radio 
Edition, no. 98. 

STRANGE things happen in Connecticut. SEE 
Loughrey, Jonathan. Yes, if you catch me 
in the barn. DU13373. 

STRANGER in the night. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

STRANGER than fiction. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

STRANGER things have happened. DU13124. 
SEE Seller, Conrad. 

STRANGER to fear. DU13326. SEE Whiting, 
J. Murray. 

A STRANGER to the system. DU14701. SEE 
Conkling, Louise Braman. 

STRAUSS, Johann. 
Die Fledermaus. SEE House, L. Margue- 
ritte. A masquerade in Vienna. DU12527. 

STRAVINSKH, IGOR'FEDOROVICH. 
Orpheus [by] Igor Strawinsky. Ballet in 
three scenes; ballet en trois tableaux. 
Full score. London, New York, Boosey & 
Hawkes [1948]. 59 p. Sheet laid in: 
"Argument, English text by Robert A. 
Hague." © Boosey & Hawkes, inc.; 
7Jun48; DP15166. 

STRAWINSKY, Igor. SEE Stravinskii, Igor' 
Fedorovich. 

STREET and Smith Publications, inc. SEE 
Nick Carter, Master Detective (Radio 

program) 
The Shadow (Radio program) 

STREET scene. DP14044. SEE Rice, Elmer. 

A STREETCAR named Desire. A21658. SEE 
Williams, Tennessee. 

THE STRENGTH within. DU12520. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 52. 

STRICKLAND, JAN. 
Calgo, a comedy in three acts. © Bettye 
Jane Smith; Ic 17May48; DU14778. 

STRICTLY confidential. DU13765. SEE 
Uhl, Edwin George. 

STRIKER, Fran. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 



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STRINGER, ANN. 
East of Olympus, a play i:i thrau acts, by 
Ann Stringer and Lyforc Moore, fe Ann 
Stringer, Lyford Moore; Ic 29Mar48; 
DU13990. 

STRIPED pants and petticoats. DU14472. 
SEE Walyce, Eugenia N. 

STRODE, Warren Chetham. SEE Chetham- 
Strode, Warren. 

STROUD, ALBERT BEN. 

Emmanuel's son, a lesson from the Prodi- 
gal Son, in three acts. © Albert Ben 
Stroud; Ic 26Jan48; DU12601. 

Resurrection's dawn, an Easter service 
play, in throe acts. © Albert Ben Stroud; 
Ic ISFcb'.:; DU.2955. 

The ten talents, a lesson from the Parable 
of the talents, in three acts. © Albert 
Bon Stroud; Ic 18Feb48; DU12960. 

THE STRUGGLE and birth of Chris Brovick. 
DU15398. SEE Barnett, Richard Guy. 

STRUM, J. Maury, pseud. SEE Strum, 
Maurice. 

STRUM, MAURICE. 
A tale of yesterday, a play in three acts, 
by J. Maury arum [pseud.] © Maurice 
Strum; Ic 20Apr48; on revisions; DU14062. 
Prev. reg. "Point Felony;" 18Aug41; 
D77056. 

STUART, CHARLES. 
Benjamin Britten: Peter Grimes [Scenario] 
London, Boosey and Hawkes. 35 p. illus. 
(Covent Garden operas) © Hawkes and 
Son (London) ltd.; 8Jan48; Ic 13Jan48; 
AI-1428. 

STUART, Kenn, pseud. SEE Stubbs, Kenneth 
Norman. 

STUBBS, KENNETH NORMAN. 
Lover, a comedy in three acts, by Kenn 
Stuart [pseud.] © Kenneth Norman Stubbs; 
Ic 18Feb48; DU12958. 

STURM, JUSTIN. 
The lady and the tart, a comedy in three 
acts. © Justin Sturm; Ic 9Feb48; DU13927. 

STYRIA Filmgesellschaft M.B.H. 
Anni. DU14980. SEE Neufeld, Max. 

SUArEZ, Severe Tomas del Pino. SEE Pino 
Suarez, Severe Tomas del. 

SUBJECT matter; Writing comedy. C2446. 
SEE Rogoff, Elias M. Humorology, no. 15-16. 

SUBWAY to the moon. DU13942. SEE Koegel, 
Joseph. 

SUCCESS story. DU14407. SEE Doctor's 
Orders, no. 3. 

SUFFER the little children. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

SUFFICIENT unto the day. DU14742. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 68. 

THE SUGAR plum tree. DU14358. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

A SUGGESTION. C2526. SEE Byng, Edward 
John Jefferson. 

SUITE 357. DU14793. SEE Groag, Edward 
Robert. 

SUIVEZ la guide. SEE Walsh, James M. 
Six characters for an actress. DP13498. 



SULDS, IRVIN PAUL. 

Court of Current Issues; The Nation s 
Court of Current Issues. A television 
program. © Irvin Paul Sulds; Ic 
14May48; DU14635. 

The Court of Public Opinion: Is universal 
military training necessary? A televi- 
sion program. © Irvin Paul Sulds; Ic 
12Feb48; DU12884. 

SULLOWAY, Alison Green. 
Winner take all. DU13560. SEE Sulloway, 
Alvah Woodbury. 

SULLOWAY, ALVAH WOODBURY. 
Winner take all, a musical play in two acts, 
by Alvah W. Sulloway and Alison G. Sullo- 
way. [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Alvah Woodbury Sulloway, Alison Green 
Sulloway; Ic 22Mar48; DU13560. 

SULZBERGER, MAY. 
Charming Carol Mae, a true story of real 
life, by Mae Caro [pseud.] Continuity. 
© Mae Caro (marriage name: May Sulz- 
berger); Ic 26Apr48; DU14173. 

SUMERAU, DOROTHY LEHMAN. 
The children's garden, a Children's Day 
pageant for younger children. Book and 
lyrics by Dorothy Lehman Sumerau, 
music by I. H. Meredith. New York, 
Tullar- Meredith Co., cl948. 23 p. 
© Tullar- Meredith Co.; 5Apr48; DP14631. 

SUMMER and smoke. DU14138, DU14340. 
SEE Williams, Tennessee. 

A SUMMER night. DU15026. SEE Pitt, 
Betty Joyce. 

SUMMER song. DU13641. SEE Bedwell, 
Frieda Ferguson. 

SUMMER stock. DU15159. SEE LaMarre, 
Howard Pierre. 

SUMMIT Radio Corporation. 
Hello Cinderella. DU13809. SEE Berk, 

Viola G. 
Inquiring recorder. DU15262. SEE Berk, 
Roger G. 

THE SUMMONING of Everyman. DP12766. 
SEE Payne, Herbert W. 

SUMNER, GEORGE. 
"a" is for apple, a comedy in three acts. 
© George Sumner; Ic 27Jan48; DU12615. 

SUMNER, MARKR. 
Thunderhead, a drama in one act. Marion, 
Iowa, Art Craft Play Co., cl947. 30 p. 
illus. (An Art Craft play) © J. Vincent 
Heuer; 5Dec47; DP12607. 

THE SUN is set. DU12445. SEE Gray, 
Gordon Le Roy. 

SUN of freedom. DU12134. SEE Millman, 
David. 

SUNCHASERS. DU14331. SEE Kubrick, 

Irving. 

THE SUNDAY breakfast. DU13466. SEE 
Rubio, Emery. 

SUNDAY evening with the Vandercooks. 
DU12719. SEE Hughes, WiUiam J. 

SUNDELOF-ASBRAND, KARIN. 

Midnight son, mystery comedy in three acts, 
by Karin Asbrand. Boston, Baker's Plays 
[1948]. 71 p. (Baker' s edition of plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 6Feb48; DP14497. 

Noah' s circus in the Ark. [A play] by Karin 
Asbrand. Dayton, Ohio, Paine Pub. Co. 



[1948]. 13 p. © Paine Pub. Co.; 15Mar48; 
DP13719., 
The widow's mite, a missionary play in one 
act, by Karin Asbrand. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Entertainment House, cl947. 
30 p. (Eldridge popular one act plays) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
10ct47; DP13514. 

SUNDERWIRTH, WILBERT W. 
A time table of prophecy, an analysis of 
Daniel's "seventy weeks " prophecy. 
[Lecture] © Wilbert W. Sunderwirth; Ic 
2Jan48; C2416. 

SUNDOWN Beach. DU15126. SEE Breuer, 
Bessie. 

THE SUNNY side of the atom. SEE 
Beier, Carl. DU12367. 
Mayorga, Margaret (Gardner), ed. The 
best one-act plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

SUPERIOR Coach Corporation. 
Superior is more than a word. C2043. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Your Superior home. C2044. SEE Handy 
0am) Organization, inc. 

SUPERIOR is more than a word. C2043. 
SEE Handy 0am) Organization, inc. 

SURCHI, ENRICO. 
The doctor's decision, a play in three acts. 
© Mary Leone; Ic 9Mar48; DU13444. 

SURPRISE, AL N. 
Horsesense, a suggested weekly television 
program. Script no. 1. © Al N. Surprise, 
also known as Tex Surprise and Tex 
Miller; Ic 25Mar48; DU13595. 

SURPRISE, Tex. SEE Surprise, Al N. 

A SURVEY and evaluation of various methods 
of muscle re-education. C2202. SEE 
Schroeder, Alma. 

THE SURVIVORS. SEE 
Gordon, Mary. DU14823. 
Viertel, Peter. DP15168. 

SUTHERLAND, ALLENE. 
Uncle Sammey's treasure, a marionette 
production in three acts, by Allene Suther- 
land and Francilda Sutherland. © Allene 
Sutherland, Francilda Sutherland; Ic 
23Jan48; DU12697. 



SUTHERLAND, Francilda. 
Uncle Sammey's treasure. 
Sutherland, Allene. 



DU12697. SEE 



SUTTON, VANITA. 
In daze of olde, a burlesque melodrama in 
two scenes. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House, cl947. 13 p. (El- 
dridge popular one act plays) © Eldridge 
Entertainment House, inc.; 10ct47; DP13511. 
The smell of the Yukon, a f rapped saga of 
the frozen North; a burlesque melodrama 
in three scenes. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House, cl947. 18 p. illus. 
(Eldridge popular one act plays) © El- 
dridge Entertainment House, inc.; 10ct47; 
DP13510. 

SWAN, THOMAS F. 
Journey north, a musical play in a prologue 
and two acts. Book by Tom Swan, music 
by Ted German. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Edward L. German, 
Thomas F. Swan; Ic 6Apr48; DU13815. 

SWANSON, CARL ALVIN, ed. 
Modern Italian one-act plays; ed. with notes 
and vocabulary, by Carl A. Swanson. 243 p. 
(The Heath-Chicago Italian series) © D. C. 
Heath and Co., Boston; 18Mar48; A21746. 



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SWANSON, LAURENCE T. 
Simon the soothsayer, a drama in one act. 
© Laurence T. Swanson; Ic 22Jan48; 
DU12487. 
That's the spirit, a farce in one act. 
© Laurence T. Swanson; lc.l9Apr48; 
DU14054. 

THE SWAP Shop. DU13706. SEE Lewis, 
Frances Victoria. 

THE SWEDISH way. DP14476. SEE Hoffine, 
Lyla M. 

SWEET poison. DU15116. SEE Lee, Leonard. 

SWEETEST and lowest. SEE Melville, Alan. 
Some items from Sweetest and lowest. 
DP13940. 

S^ATATEK, JOHN MICHAEL. 
They have went and gone, a comedy in three 
acts. © John Mchael Swiatek; Ic 2Feb48; 
DU12677. 

SWIFT and Company. 
The leading man. C2678. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Let her help you selll C2371. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
The reasons why! C2374. SEE Handy Qam) 

Organization, inc. 
Recording for frankfurt meeting. C2330. 

SEE Handy 0am) Organization, inc. 
Store-tested sales plan. C2331. SEE 

Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 
Swift'ning. C2332. SEE Handy Qam) 

Organization, inc. 
Your portable showcase. C2679. SEE 

Handy 0am) Organization, inc. 

SWIFT'NING. C2332. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

THE SWORD. DU13864. SEE The Lone . 
Ranger, no. 2369-1594. 

THE SWUNG goose. DU13541. SEE Hussey, 
Paula. 

SYLVAINE, VERNON. 
The anonymous lover, a comedy in three 

acts. London, S. French [1948]. 67 p. 

illus. (French's acting eaition, no. 578) 

© Vernon Sylvaine; 2Mar48; DP13938. 
I married two men, a comedy in three acts, 

by Vernon Sylvaine and Norman Lee. 

© Vernon Sylvaine; Ic 25Mar48; DU13635. 

SYMBOL of devotion. DU14641. SEE Ware- 
ham, Marguerite Mary. 

SYMPHONIC HOUR OF TONE POEMS (Radio 

program) 

Recording scripts in this series are by 
Curt Juhl. [Text only] © Magnetic Record- 
ing Sound Libraries, inc. 

From the New World, adapted from Dvorak's 

Symphony in E minor. © Ic 3Mar48; 

DU13285. 
Scheherazada, adapted from Rimsky- 

Korsakov. © Ic 12Feb48; DU12879. 
Unfinished symphony, adapted from Schubert. 

© Ic 3Mar48; DU13284. 

SYMPHONY in discord. DU12892. SEE 
Epstein, Robert H. 

SYNDICATE of Czech Authors. Literary and 
Theatrical Agency. 
Hratky's Certem. DP13164. SEE Drda, Jan. 



- T - 

T-Men. DU13455. SEE Lux Radio Theatre, 
Feb. 23, 1948. 



TAD Horner's letter. DU13609. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 60. 

TAGO, the half-breed. DU12692. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 513. 

TAILSPIN. SEE Barker, Albert Wineman. 
Grandma's diary. DU14801. 

TAINSH, JEAN ELIZABETH. 
Stormy weather, a play in four acts. © Jean 
Tainsh; Ic 16Feb48; DU12946. 

TAKE a chance on romance. DU14852. SEE 
Leight, Bernard Bertrand. 

TAKE care. DU13843. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

TAKE him by his left leg. DU14239. SEE 
Mayer, David. 

TAKING the children to church. DU15012. 
SEE Garrett, Mary V. 

TALE of the Gypsies. DU14299. SEE Julin, 
Arthur Otto. 

A TALE of yesterday. DU14062. SEE Strum, 
Maurice. 

TALENFELD, LEONARD. 
Color scheme, a comedy-drama in three 
acts. © Leonard Talenfeld; Ic 24Feb48; 
DU13067. 

TALES of Hoffmann. DU12175. SEE Benz, 
George Hamilton. 

THE TALK of the town. DU13355. SEE 
Krautter, Elisa Bialk. 

TALKING with Toni. DU15016-15020. SEE 
Rodger s, Lolita Raclin. 

THE TAMING of the shrew. DU12728. SEE 
Bates, John. 

THE TANGLED web. DP12265, DP13656. 
SEE Karlin, Eli. 

TANGNEY, RALPH JARRETT. 
Not so long ago. [Radio script] © Ralph 
Jarrett Tangney; Ic 29Dec47; DU12159. 

TAP day. DU15334. SEE The Adventures 
of Frank Merriwell, no. 89. 

TARPLEY, Kenneth Jackson. SEE The Case- 
book of Dr. Conrad, Criminologist (Radio 
program) 

TARPLEY, Vera Chamberlain. SEE The 
Casebook of Dr. Conrad, Criminologist 
(Radio program) 

TASSY of the Embassy. C2761. SEE Butler, 
Margaret Porter. 

TAUB, HAROLD JAEDIKER. 
No room for Peter Pan. a musical play in 
six levels (scenes). © Harold Jaediker 
Taub; Ic 26Mar48; DU13643. 

LES TAUREAUX. SEE Arnoux, Alexandre. 
L'amour des trois oranges. DP14249. 

TAXI dance to murder. DU15296. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 862. 

THE TAXIDERMISTS. DU14410. SEE Shore, 
Joseph N. 

TAYLOR, ARTHUR WILLIS. 
The Rimeville teachers get a raise, a farce- 
comedy in three acts. © Arthur Willis 
Taylor; Ic 8Dec47; DU13339. 



TAYLOR, DWIGHT OLIVER. 
Three loves have I, a comedy in three acts, 
adapted from an original story by Sterling 
North and Yasha Frank. © Dwight Taylor: 
Ic 24Feb48; DU13097. 

TAYLOR, ETHEL STODDARD. 
Ride a cock-horse, a period comedy in three 
acts. A revision of the play "Miss Gul- 
liver travels," and of the play "Romeo 
and Judy," by George Ford and Ethel S. 
Taylor. © Ethel Stoddard Taylor; Ic 
14Apr48; DU14003. 

TAYLOR, GEORGE. 
Happy the bride, a domestic comedy in one 
act. London, New York, Southern Editorial 
Syndicate [1948]. 38 p. iUus. © George 
Taylor; 15Apr48; OP15094. 

TAYLOR, HAROLD VAUGHN. 
A modern version of Carmen, a burlesque 
grand opera skit for 2 men and 2 women. 
San Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, 
cl948. 12 p. © Banner Play Bureau, inc.; 
30Apr48; DP14433. 

TAYLOR, RICHARD GERHART. 

The birdseye revue, a musical play in two 
acts, by Dick Taylor. [Text only] © Rich- 
ard Gerhart Taylor- Ic 19Apr48; DU14023. 

Three sketches for ' The Birdseye revue." 
[Text only] © Richard Gerhart Taylor, 
Ic each 4May48. 

Act 2, scene 12. History. DU15046. 
Act 2, scene 15. The North River. DU15047. 
Act 2, scene 19. She's a healthy girl. 
DU15048. 

TAYLOR, Russell John. 

Cinderella. DP15415. SEE Hollywood 
Recordo- Script Service. 

Love in the swamps. DP15416. SEE 
Hollywood Recordo-Script Service. 

Murder at midnight. DP15417. SEE Holly- 
wood Recordo-Script Service. 

TCHAPEROFF, IVAN C. C. 
P amino benzoic acid and the cancer patient, 
with special reference to irradiation. 
[Lecture] © Ivan C. C. Tchaperoff; Ic 
31Mar48; C2385. 

TEA. DU14470. SEE Gilmore, Edward Joseph. 

TEAL, ARTHUR E. 
Best seller: Then and now. Adapted for 
radio by Arthur E. Teal from the novel by 
W. Somerset Maugham. Sample script 
for a new radio program. © Arthur E. 
Teal; Ic 26May48; C2703. 

THE TEARS of Juppiter. SEE Holt, Jack. 
Le lacrime di Giove. DP14438. 

THE TEEN Age Theater. C2565. SEE 
Farkas, Lucien Leslie. 

TEEN Hall today. DU12828. SEE Eckert, 
WiUiam S. 

TEENSTER champions. C2381. SEE lannelli, 
Rosario Rowe. 

TEETER, DOROTHY VANDERFORD. 
Small town, an original radio presentation. 
Scripts 1-2. © Dorothy Vanderford 
Teeter; Ic each 17May48; DU15062-15063. 



i 



TEICHIVIANN, Howard. 
(Radio program) 



SEE Road of Life 



TEITEL, Irvin. 
program) 



SEE First Nighter (Radio 



TELADVENTURES. 
Phrya Hecker. 



DU14798. SEE Booth, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



TELA-QUESr. C2589, SEE Beljan, Joseph ]. 

TELECRIME. DU13117. SEE Malvin, 
Arthur. 

TELEPHONE mathematics. C2T32. SEE 
Simpson, John Francis. 

TELEQUIZ. DU13695. SEE Soul, Walter 
Forrest. 

TELETIME, inc. 
"go" show. C2396. SEE Lewton, Samuel 

Momrod. 
Patents of the week. C2165. SEE Lewton, 

Samuel Momrod. 
Polling the electorate. C2300. SEE Lewton, 

Samuel Momrod. 
Tele -window -shopping. C2166. SEE 

Lewton, Samuel Momrod. 
Window-shopping. C2292. SEE Lewton, 

Samuel Momrod. 

TELE-TUNE script. C2735. SEE Ledyard, 
Robert Francis. 

TELfi'/ISION music school. DUMOig. SEE 
Kooper, Max. 

THE TELEVISION nurse and the Gookin 
family in "Health is funny." DU12806. SEE 
Weisman, Clara. 

TELEVISION spotlight. DU13704, DU14080. 
SEE Waller, Syde. 

TELE-WINDOW- shopping. C2166. SEE 
Lewton, Samuel Momrod. 

TELE-WORDS. DU13006. SEE Damai, Paul 
Knox. 

TELL^ PINCUSW. 
Life s problems, a listener-participation 
radio program. Episodes no. 1-2. 
© PincusW. Tell; Ic each 15Jan48; 
DU13461, 13469. 

TELL the complete story. C2349. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

TELO. DU14029. SEE Schubert, Bernard L. 

tSmOIGNAGES, essais, etudes. DP14499. 
SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

TEMPLE, NORMAN. 
It's a bet! A play with music, in three acts. 

[Text only] © Norman Temple; Ic 

lOMay48; DU14487. 
Mr. Catastrophe, a ten-minute radio sketch. 

© Norman Temple; Ic 17May48; DU14718. 
You tell me to sing, a musical play in three 

acts. [Text only] © Norman Temple; Ic 

15Mar48; DU13915. 

THE TEMPLE of Light is dedicated to peace. 
SEE Boyce, Florence Victoria May Lackner. 
Dedication. C2588. 

TEN. DU14519. SEE Mandel, Frank. 

TEN minutes to two. DU14983. SEE Lang, 
John Thomas. 

THE TEN percent saga. DU12818. SEE 
Evans, Irving. 

TEN povmds, one cow. DU13016. SEE Leland, 
John Clark. 

THE TEN talents. DU12960. SEE Stroud, 
Albert Ben. 

THE TENDER branch. DU14442. SEE 
Lerner, Eugene. 

THE TENDER mockery. DU12411. SEE Rosen- 
gren, Frank Duane. 



TENNANT, LEROY OTIS. 
Leroy, the bingo game of the air. A dra- 
matic composition for a continuous radio 
show. 6 leaves. © Leroy O. Tennant; Ic 
ljun48; DU15080. 

TENNESSEE JED (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by J. Walter 
Thompson Co. © Ward Baking Co. 

663N-664N. Nov, 5-6, 1947. © Ic each 

3Dec47, DU12131-12132. 
665N. Nov. 7, 1947. © Ic 3Dec47; DU12123. 

TEPPER, Anita R. 
Der Schirtz. DU14028. SEE Walowit, 

Miriam. 

TERRANOVA, Giuseppe Eugene. 
Let's be friends. DU13205. SEE Bolore, 
Agnes Roberts. 

TERRELL, DOROTHY. 
A-hunting we will go, a comedy in two acts, 
by Dorothy Madison [pseud. J © Dorothy 
Terrell; Ic 31Mar48; DU14215. 

THE TERRIBLE legend of Crownshield 
Castle. DU12435. SEE The Shadow, no. 317. 

THE TERROR at Wolf's Head Knoll. DU13214. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 324. 

TERRY, Margaret. SEE Up and Down the 
Scales (Eladio program) 

TESPICK, Rudolf, pseud. SEE Sarlie, Rudolf. 

TESTAMENT to freedom. DU12598. SEE 
Chipman, Karyl Kanet. 

TESTING, selecting, and hirii^. C2694. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management con- 
ference: Management fundamentals, 11th 
day. 

TEXEREAU, Elie. SEE Ghilain, Eddy. 

THE THAMES. DU13380, DU13850. SEE 
Cohen, Edward. 

THANKS, Mr. QuiU. DU12221. SEE Rotter, 
Friedrich. 

THANKS to George Washington. DP12626. 
SEE Hark, Mldred. 

THAT boy Heine. DU12950. SEE Glass, Ruth 
Pollen. 

THAT farm-fresh flavor. C2227. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

THAT old gang of mine. DU14313. SEE 
Jones, George Chadwick. 

THAT ye be not judged. DU14242. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 65. 

THAT'S a violation. DU14317. SEE Jones, 
George Chadwick. 

THAT'S the spirit. SEE 
Friend, Bill. DP12799. 
Swanson, Laurence T. DU14054. 

THAWING Uncle Jonathon. DU13072. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THAYER, Ernest L. 
Casey at the bat. SEE Farina, Joseph John. 
There was no joy in Mudville. DU14446. 

THAYER, Kathleen McMahon. 
Mr. Sultan and Sherry Zahd. DU13472. SEE 
Wesely, Evelyn M. 

THEATERVERLAG Reiss A.G. 
Der oeffentliche Anklaeger. DU15163. SEE 
Hochwaelder, Fritz. 



LE THfiATRE anglais d'hier et d'aujourd'hui. 
DP14500. SEE Arnold, Paul, ed. 

THfiATRE comique. DP12576. SEE Marcel, 
Gabriel. 

THfiATRE complet. DP15123. SEE Sardou, 
Victorien. 

THEMES for drama. SEE Spiezia, Anthony. 
City life. DU12163. 

THEN and now. SEE Teal, Arthur E. Best 
seUer. C2703. 

THE THEORY of hair as a radiator of animal 
heat. C1998. SEE Patricoff, Henry S. 

THERE is my home. DU12816. SEE Burke, 
William Emerson. 

THERE needs no ghost. DU12430. SEE 
Warren, P. J. 

THERE was no joy in Mudville. DU14446. 
SEE Farina, Joseph John. 

THERE'S always the river. DU13626. SEE 
Young, Howard Irving. 

THERE'S no accounting for tastes. DU13260. 
SEE Dr. Christian, no. 473. 

THERE'S no business. DU13408. SEE Alter, 
Paul. 

THERE'S no fool. DU14680. SEE Coffey, 
Edward Hope. 

THERESA. DU14492. SEE Haas, Florence 
Esther. 

THERMUTHIS. DU13026. SEE Richardson, 
Eos Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

THESE are stars indeed. DU15396. SEE 
Stiffler, Ronald-Bel. 

THESE are your men. DU14158. SEE Larson, 
David Jeremy. 

THESE foolish things. DU14328. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis. (Radio program) 

THESE tremendous years. DU15263. SEE 
Reigelman, Perry Prescott. 

THEY are the victims. DU13582. SEE 
Rosenthal, Erwln. 

THEY came bearing gifts. DP12996. SEE 
Emerson, Elizabeth Holaday. 

THEY did not receive Him. DU13299. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 58. 

THEY found gold in California. DP13723. 
SEE Roberts, Helen M. 

THEY have went and gone. DU12677. SEE 
Swiatek, John Michael. 

THEY never come to stay. DU15354. SEE 
Dickson, Crockett Miles. 

THEY never told me. DU14324. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THlfiBAUT, MARCEL. 
Le prince d'Aquitaine, comedie en trois 
actes. Paris, Calmann-Levy [1947]. 
189 p. © Marcel Thiebaut; 30jun47; 
DP12321. 

THE THIEF and the hangman. SEE 
Eastman, Fred, ed. One-act plays of spiri- 
tual power. DP15231. 
The Eternal Light, no. 162. DP15346. 



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THIERRY, JAMES FRANCTS. 
Southern old timers, a comedy, based on 
Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's 
cabin." In 65 scenes. 171 leaves. © James 
Francis Thierry; Ic 4May48; DU14444. 

THE THING. DU12511. SEE Sampsel, Guy. 

THE THING in the cage. DU13213. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 323. 

THE THING pleasing; Laughter. C2433. SEE 
Rogoff, Elias M. Humorology, no. 2-3. 

THE THING that I like about men. DU14217. 
SEE Pelovitz, Samuel Joseph. 

THINGS you can do in the sprii^. DU14067. 
SEE Green, Carl P. 

THINiaNG about thinking. C2057. SEE 
Saunders, James Almond. 

THIRD degree. DU14348. SEE Mooren, 
Robert Leo. 

THE THIRTIETH star. SEE 
Eddy, Junius. DP14480. 
Maas, Roger B. DP14475. 

THIS broad expanse. DU13348. SEE Smith, 
Burrell. 

THIS difficult life. SEE Glayat, James Joseph. 
Hal eschat il saabi. DU13539. 

THIS freedom. SEE Blanck, Ninette Emma. 
The house that Jack built. DU15207. 

THIS is adventure. DU13119. SEE Lichten- 
berg, Leo. 

THIS is amateur night. C2426. SEE Hughes, 
Harold Fred. 

THIS is it. DU13429. SEE Ortega, Harriet 
Amelia Morant. 

THIS is my beat. DU13926. SEE Brown, 
James Alexander. 

THIS is originality night. C2428. SEE Hughes, 
Harold Fred. 

THIS is our play. DU14660. SEE Sangster, 
Margaret Elizabeth. 

THIS is prize night. C2427. SEE Hughes, 
Harold Fred. 

THIS is quiz night. C2421. SEE Hughes, 
Harold Fred. 

THIS is the way. DU14998. SEE Bryant, Carl. 

THIS joyous moment. DU12783. SEE Shevin, 
Fred. 

THIS land. SEE Ashman, Aaron. ha-Adamah 
ha-zot. DP15108. 

THIS man is worth $100,000. C2302. SEE 
Armanino, Dominic Carl. 

THIS side of paradise. DU13476. SEE Pask- 
man, Dailey. 

THIS way to me. DU12610. SEE Corcoran, 
Robert John. 

THIS way to tomorrow. DU13711. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 556. 

THIS way to unity. DU12242. SEE Ross, 
Eleanor Ransom. 

THOMAS, Dana, pseud. SEE Sandeen, Dagmar 
Vola (Thomas). 



THOMAS, HELEN. 
Tippie and me, a musical play in a prelude 
and two acts. Based on Edwina's cartoon, 
Tippie." [Text only] © Helen Thomas; 
Ic 25May48; DU15090. 

THOMAS, JEAN GWENDOLYN. 
No place for amateurs, a one-act play. 

© Jean Gwendolyn Thomas; Ic 28Jan48; 

DU12616. 
Port and porridge, a one-act play. © Jean 

Gwendolyn Thomas; Ic 18Mar48; DU13538. 

THOMAS, Lynn. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

THOMAS the Mouse, and other "tails" in 
rhyme. DPIT'-S. SEE Gray, Dorothy. 

THOMPSON, B^b DEAN. 
Toll paid, a play in one act, with two scenes. 
© Bob Dean Thompson; Ic 3May48; 
DU14341. 

THOMPSON, Evelyn Maria. 
Dr. Christian and 40 seconds. DU14147. 
SEE McNally, James Joseph. 

THOMPSON 0- Walter) Company. SEE 
Kraft Music Hall (Radio program) 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 
Tennessee Jed (Radio program) 

THOMPSON, KAY. 
Caribbean cruise. [Musical dramatic com- 
position. Text only] © Kay Thompson; 
Ic 8Jan48; DU12301. 

THOMPSON, Kermit Victor. 
Song of Algiers. DU13459. SEE Briody, 
Donald Francis. 



THOMPSON, PALMER 
;;ongressional investi 
© Palmer Thompson 



Congressional investigator. [Continuity] 
' ' ' " m; Ic 19Apr48; DUI4131. 



THOMSON, Alice. SEE Peters, Alice Thom- 
son. 

THORNBURGH, Red. SEE Thornburgh, 
Vernon S. 

THORNBURGH, VERNON S. 
Who am I? [Television script] by Red Thorn- 
burgh. © Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 
25Feb48; C2237. 

THE THORNES. DU13849. SEE Bengis, 
Nathan Louis. 

THORNS and orange blossoms. DU12852. 
SEE Mountjoy, M. Walter. 

THORNTON, JAMES WESLY. 
Midas takes a lawyer. [Radio script] 
© James Wesly Thornton II; Ic 8Dec47; 
DU12348. 

THOSE bright tomorrows. DU13351. SEE 
Brash, Arthur Francis. 

THOSE who will not see. DU1430) . SEE 
Robins, Edward H. 

THOU shaU be recompensed. DU14790. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 69. 

THOU Shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife. 
DU13577. SEE Fallon, Thomas Francis. 

THREE doctors and a girl. SEE Nelson, 
Virginia Armistead. Some of the snows of 
yesteryear. DU14619. 

THE THREE feathers. DU12664. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Jan. 31, 1948. 

THREE flights up. DU12945, DU14053. SEE 
Sammon, Patrick Francis. 



THE THREE guards. DU13301. SEE Lesh, 
Ulysses Samuel. 

THREE isn't a crowd. DP13724. SEE Mc- 
Coy, Paul Stevens. 

THREE loves have I. DU13097. SEE 
Taylor, Dwight Oliver. 

THE THREE mad sisters of Lonely HoUow. 
DU12433. SEE The Shadow, no. 315. 

THREE on a match. DU14495. SEE Yablon- 
ski, Margaret. 

THREE one-act plays. DU14899-14901- 
SEE Steinhardt, Herschel S. 

THE THREE sisters of Rivers End. DU14401. 
SEE Lane, Dorothy Mildred Guyon. 

THREE sketches. DU14890-14892. SEE 
Reinhart, Robert. 

THREE sketches for "The Birdseye revue." 
DU15046-15048. SEE Taylor, Richard 
Gerhart. 

THREE tickets to Killarney. DP13512. SEE 
Hall, John Davidson. 

THREE very nice girls. DU12509. SEE 
Reisland, Calvin Michael. 

THREE wishes. DU14719. SEE Weitzner, 
Geza. 

THROUGH a glass, darkly. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

THROUGH a window. SEE Farjeon, Joseph 
Jefferson. Benologues. DP13502. 

THROUGH Him who strengthens me. SEE Grover, 
Emily Barbara. The Dove of Lodi. DU12569. 

THUNDER and the morning. C2160. SEE 
Pinkerton, Milo Blish. 

THUNDER on the Hudson. DU15246. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 566. 

THUNDER over Broadway. DU12494. SEE 
Young, Effie. 

THUNDERHEAD. DP12607. SEE Sumner, 
Mark R. 

THE THUNDERSTORM mystery. DU15335. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 90. 

THURSCHWELL, HARRY T. 

A young man's fancy; comedy in three acts, 
by Harry Thurschwell and Alfred Golden. 
[New York] Dramatists Play Service 
[1948]. 88 p. illus. © Harry T. Thursch- 
well, Alfred L. Golden; 17Jan48; on re- 
visions; DP12862. Prev. reg. 9Mar47, 
D unp. 8604; 15Jul47, D unp. 9865. 

THURSDAY at three. DU13888. SEE Perry, 
Jo Ruth. 

TIBBALS, ROBERT HALL. 
Phantom of the highway, a radio script. 
© Robert Hall Tibbals; Ic 22Jan48; 
DU12485. 

TICKER, William, pseud. SEE Plante, Gerald 
Louis. 

A TICKET 10 Florida. DU14388. SEE 
Bolger, William Hoar. 

TICKET to heaven. DU13585. SEE Kraft, 
Gertrude Clarice. 



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TICKET to nowhere. DU13608. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 59. 

TICKLISH experiment. DU13987. SEE 
Jones, Henry Burk. 

TIEMEYER, T. N. 
The people vs. The Pharisee, a stewardship 
drama in one act. Boston, Baker's Plays 
[1948]. 16 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
21Apr48; DP14245. 

TILBURY, JAMES. 
The parson's resignation. Revised. [Mono- 
logue in verse] © James Tilbury; Ic 
12Apr48; C2423. 

TILDON, WEZLYNN MARGARET DEVELLE. 
The cup. [Radio script] for MoUe Mystery 
Theatre. © Wezlynn Margaret DeVelle 
Tildon; Ic 30Apr48; DU14413. 

TILL Eulenspiegel. DU14072. SEE Duckler, 
Marvin. 

TILLOTSON, BERTON F. 
Farm forum of the air, a dramatized radio 
program for presentation by farm youth 
organizations. Ithaca, N. Y., 1947. 10 p. 
© American Agriculturist, inc.; 6Dec47; 
DP12683. 

TIME, INC. 
Shooting script for a film prepared for the 
D'Arcy Advertising Agency and Coca-Cola, 
by The March of Time. 1st revision. 
© Time, inc.; Ic 2Feb48; C2147. 

TIME for a change. DU12951. SEE Aldridge, 
James William. 

A TIME table of prophecy. C2416. SEE 
Sunderwirth, Wilbert W. 

A TIME to remember. DU15264. SEE Jorden, 
Enid Ruth. 

TIME will tell. DU14991. SEE Schmertz, 
Charles Baye. 

TIMEKEEPING and dispatching. C2697. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management con- 
ference: Management fundamentals, 15th 
day. 

TIMMY'S big chance. DU15402. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 83. 

TINGLELANGLE. DU12847. SEE Le Prade, 
Ruth. 

TINY Tot's travels. DU12611. SEE Curtiss, 

Mary E. 

TIPPIE and me. DU15090. SEE Thomas, 
Helen. 

TIR de barrage. DP14050. SEE Evrard, 
Robert. 

TITIAN, the boy artist of Cadore. DP14154. 
SEE Tully, Nora. 

TITUBA. DU12943. SEE Scott, Aurelia Gre- 
ther. 

TIZIANO il Giovane. DU14104. SEE Siesto, 
Andrea Dello. 

TO all my husbands. DU13123. SEE Seiler, 
Conrad. 

TO dwell in Topeth. DU14706. SEE Foreman, 
Michael Decter. 

TO fight alone. DU15160. SEE Cole, Benton. 

TO have pity. DU12305. SEE Duff, Harry 
Jame s. 



TO replace with love. DU12211. SEE Lawler, 
Margretta Scott. 

TO the factory worker. C2716. SEE Bankett, 
John C. 

TOAST MASTER Products Division, McGraw 
Electric Company. SEE McGraw Electric 
Company. Toastmaster Products Division. 

TOBIAS, HARRY OSBORN. 
Slavery no. 2; Lincoln no. 2; slavery within 
our midst. [Lecture] 20 leaves. © Harry 
Osborn Tobias; Ic 14Jan48; C2003. 

TODAY is the day. DU15137. SEE Saltzman, 
Julius. 

TODAY is tomorrow. DU13691. SEE Arnold, 
Irene Lenora. 

TODAY'S watchword. DU14739. SEE 
Seewir, Charles DeWeese. 

TODD, ROBERT E. 
Lump in my throat, a romantic fantasy. 
23 leaves. © Robert E. Todd; Ic 10May48; 
DU14509. 

THE TOID man. DU12628. SEE Sootin, Harry. 

THE TOLERANT husband. DP12764. SEE 
Harcourt, Dudley. 

TOLL. DU12729. SEE Koehring, Vera Louise. 

TOLL bridge. DU13837. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2361-1586. 

TOLL paid. DU14341. SEE Thompson, Bob 
Dean. 

TOLLER, ELSE. 
Furlough from heaven, a comedy-fantasy in 
three acts. © Else Toller; Ic 3jun48; on 
additions and revisions; DU15275. Prev. 
reg. 26Feb47; D7941. 

TOLSTOI, LEV NIKOLAEVICH. 
Leo Tolstoy's Power of darkness, adapted 
to Negro life in America by Abram Hill. 
In three acts. © Abram Hill; Ic 24Jun48; 
DU15329. 

TOLSTOY, Leo. SEE Tolstoi, Lev Nikolae- 
vich. 

TOM Jones, the romance of a foundling. 
DU15111. SEE Clarkson, Paul Stephen. 

TOM McClintock. DU13074. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

TOM Sawyer's morning. SEE ^feyorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

TOMORROW. DU13321. SEE Traxler, Ruth 
Multer. 

TOMORROW we'll be sober. DU14274. SEE 
Appleman, Mark Jerome. 

TOMORROW will be Tuesday. DU14984. 
SEE MacRae, Lillian. 

TOMORROW with you. DU14797. SEE Sachs, 
Marvin Henry. 

TOMORROW'S paradise. DU14059. SEE 
Goldman, Paul. 

TONE-test. C2253. SEE Wilson, Richard 
Gordon. 

TONKONOGY, GERTRUDE. 
Town house, a play in three acts; based on 
the "New Yorker" stories by John Cheever. 
© Gertrude Tonkonogy; Ic 18May48; 
DU14826. 



TOP taste quiz. C2745-2746. SEE Schwim- 
mer & Scott, inc. 

TOP tune hour. C2573. SEE French, 
Edward R. 

TOP tunes hour. C2611. SEE French, 
Edward R. 

TOPSY-turvy quiz. DU12517. SEE Roffman, 
Maurice. 

THE TORAH and the jeep. DP15341. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 167. 

THE TORCH-bearers. DP13973. SEE Kelly, 
George Edward. 

TORCH of the middle spaces. DU13900. 
SEE Woodworth, Myron Gale. 

LA TOSCA. DU13282. SEE The Hour of 
Operatic Charm (Radio program) 

A TOUCH of marriage. DU14253. SEE Mar- 
lett, Melba. 

A TOUR around the world. DU14272. SEE 
Kiefer, Adolph. 

TOVROV, Orin. SEE Ma Perkins (Radio 
program) 

TOWARD a new Jewish life. DP15030. SEE 
Citron, Samuel Joseph. Headline parade, 
V. 2, no. 3. 

TOWARDS promised land. DU14391. SEE 
Pasternack, Louis. 

TOWARDS the horizon. DU13708. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 544. 

TOWN house. DU14826. SEE Tonkonogy, 
Gertrude. 

THE TOWN says no. DU15206. SEE Mint z, 
Arthur. 

TOWNE, Edward O. 
Lucky one. DU13700. SEE Hall, Alfred J. 

TRACEY, THOMAS F. 
The great Garvey, a comedy of farcical 
finance, in three acts and a swatologue. 
© Thomas F. Tracey; Ic 30Jan48; DU13918. 

THE TRADING Post. DU13681. SEE Lewis, 
Frances Victoria. 

UNE TRADITION theatrale: de Scaramouche 
a Louis Jouvet. DP14502. SEE Arnold, 
Paul, ed. 

THE TRAGEDY of Gordon Reilly. DU15338. 
SEE Best, Charles M. 

THE TRAGEDY of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. 
DU14303. SEE Flesher, Frederic Downs. 

THE TRAIN factory. DU12546. SEE The 
Mystery Castle, no. 12. 

LA TRAMA. DU13343. SEE Galati, Carol. 

TRAMER, ERWIN. 
The girl from the suburb; or, Blintzes vs. 
Balloni. A farce in three acts, based on 
Johann Nestroy's version of "La jolie fille 
du faubourg," by Paul de Kock et Varin. 
© Erwin Tramer; Ic 14Apr48; DU14074. 

TRANSFER inheritance tax. SEE Spencer, 
Albert E. Estates in land. C2211. 

TRANSFERRED out. DU12177. SEE Meyers, 
Harold. 

THE TRAP. DU14860. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 490. 



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TRAVEL. C2545. SEE Armanino, Dominic 
Carl. 



TRAVERS, Vincent. 
Romance on the river. 
Drake, Constance. 



DU14136. SEE 



LA TRAVTATA. SEE Root, Helen L. Camille. 
DU12170. 

THE TRAVIS case. DU14689. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 859. 

TRAXLER, RUTH MULTER. 
Tomorrow, a radio play. © Ruth M. Trax- 
ler; Ic 8IVfer48; DU13321. 

TREADMILL. DU14694. SEE Johnson, Frank 
William. 

TREADWELL, SOPHIE. 
Woman with lilies, a comedy in two acts. 
© Sophie Treadwell; Ic 10May48; DU14517. 

TREASURY AGENT (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Treasury Agent, 
inc., unless otherwise indicated. © Treasury 
Agent, inc. 

32. Jan. 11, 1948. Case of the frightened 
smuggler. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13144. 

33. Jan. 18, 1948. Case of the moving 
target. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13145. 

34. Jan. 25, 1948. Case of the counterfeit 
husband. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13146. 

35. Feb. 1, 1948. Case of the double- 
crossing victim. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13147. 

36. Feb. 8, 1948. Case of the doting 
father. © Ic 25Feb48; DU13148. 

37. Feb. 15, 1948. Case of the key witness. 
© Ic 25Feb48; DU13149. 

38. Feb. 22, 1948. Case of the Tango King. 
© Ic 26Mar48; DU13650. 

39. Feb. 29, 1948. Case of the after- 
dinner speaker. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13651. 

40. Mar. 7, 1948. Case of the double 
frameup. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13652. 

41. Mar. 14, 1948. Case of the wounded 
woman. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13653. 

42. Mar. 21, 1948. Case of the high-class 
fugitive. © Ic 26Mar48; DU13654. 

43. Mar. 28, 1948. Case of the Woodbine 
Check. © Ic 31Mar48; DU13739. 

44. Apr. 4, 1948. Case of the amateur 
doublecrosser. © Ic 8Apr48; DU13886. 

45. Apr. 18, 1948. Case of the sweet old 
lady. © Ic 22Apr48; DU14160. 

46. Apr. 25, 1948. Case of the ivory 
locket, by Phillips H. Lord, inc. © Ic 
28Apr48; DU14275. 

47. May 2, 1948. Case of the ambitious 
blonde. © Ic 7May48; DU14456. 

48. May 9, 1948. Case of the fertile farm. 
© Ic 12May48; DU14622. 

49. May 16, 1948. Case of the catch phrase 
killer. © Ic 19May48; DU14748. 

50. May 23, 1948. Case of the homesick 
wife. © Ic 26May48; DU14946. 

TREASURY Agent, inc. SEE Treasury Agent 
(Radio program) 

THE TREE of life. DU14267. SEE Leman, 
Jan Juda. 

TRENDLE, George W. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-BEATTIE. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-DOUGALL. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 



TRENDLE-GOLL. SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

TRENDLE-HOLT. SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

TRENDLE-JOYCE. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-McCARTHY. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-MERRILL. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-STRIKER. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRES Prihcipesde Bpriquen. ^DU13162. 
SEE Gonzalez Gonzalez, Jose Antonio. 

TREVISAN, Anna F., pseud. SEE Ferraresso, 
Anna. 

DI TRI berrese. SEE Bimonte, Richard 
Irpinio. Storris enne pommese fram Mamma 
Gus. C2585. 

THE TRIAL. SEE Matthews, John F. The 
scapegoat. DU14821. 

THE TRL\L of Helen. DP12115. SEE Morris, 
Thomas Baden. 

THE TRIAL of Socrates. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

TRICKY titles. C2610. SEE Vance, Martin 
Lee. 

TRICYCLE trio. DP15072. SEE Cheatham, 
Mary Louise Kempe. 

TRIP to Hollywood. DU13529. SEE Nelson, 
Richard Aaron. 

A TRIP to Santa's. DU12245. SEE Reisewitz, 
Ellen Anna. 

A TRIP to the store. C2151. SEE Ross, 
David. 

TRIPLE H Ranch time. C2294. SEE Coombs, 
Gloria. 

TRIPLETT, Jesse L., pseud. SEE Butcher, 
Dwight. 

TRIPOVICH, FRANCES Anna. 
What price career? A musical comedy in 
three acts. [Text only] © Frances Anna 
Tripovich; Ic 280ct47; DU13629. 

TRIPP, JAMES E. 
Unemployment insurance and you; basic 
unemployment insurance scenario. 
31 leaves. © James E. Tripp; Ic 26Apr48; 
DU14404. 

TRIPP, PAUL. 
The story of Celeste, a dramatic composi- 
tion with music. Words by Paul Tripp, 
music by George Kleinsinger. 10 p. 
© George Kleinsinger, Paul Tripp; Ic 
9Apr48; DU13928. 

THE TRIUMPH of virtue. SEE Cole, Ruth 
Haggin. Lily of Tombstone. DU14533. 

TRIVERS, BARRY. 
Heaven on earth, a love story with music, 
in two acts. [Text only] © Barry Trivers; 
Ic 15Jan48; DU12394. 

TROIS garpons, une fille. DP13569. SEE 
Ferdinand, Roger. 



TROSTLER, LEONARD GAIL. 
The old toy maker of Candy Mountain, a 
television program. © Leonard Gail 
Trostler; Ic 3May48; DU14308. 

TROTT, Harold Williams. 
The story of Santa Claus. DU14133. SEE 
Miller, Norman H. 

TROUBLANTS plaisirs. SEE Guyon, Julien. 
La joyeuse veillee. DP14045. 

TROUBLE in paradise. DP13930. SEE 
St. Clair, Robert. 

TROUBLE with the union. DU14973. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

TROUSSEAU for Phyllis. DP15068. SEE 
Wicksteed, Kitty. 

THE TRUE circle of equation. C2195. SEE 
Maier, George E. 

THE TRUE democracy. DU13462. SEE 
Nelson, Donald Oliver. 

THE TRUE story of Good King Wenceslas. 
DP12763. SEE Baker, Edna. 

TRUSLER, G. IRENE. 
The sleeping beauty, a mime for twelve 
characters and a narrator. London, 
S. French [1947]. 19 p. iUus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 808) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 31Dec47; DP13499. 

TRUST services. C2540. SEE Armanino, 
Dominic Carl. 

TRZCINSKI, Edmund. 
The other cheek. DU12571. SEE Bevan, 
Donald Joseph. 

TSUN-pin, Yang. SEE Yang, Tsun-pin. 

TUCKER, Ida, pseud. SEE Stewart, Ida Irma. 

TULIK, JANE C. 
The magic star; script for recording album. 
© Jane C. Tulik, Elizabeth A. (Betsy) 
Butler; Ic 19May48; DU15165. 

TULLAR- Meredith Company. 
The children's garden. DP14631. SEE 

Sumerau, Dorothy Lehman. 
Resurrection morning. DP14632. SEE 
Meredith, Isaac Hickman. 

TULLY, NORA. 

Titian, the boy artist of Cadore. A play in 
three acts. © The Association of the 
Junior Leagues of America, inc.; 20Apr48; 
DP14154. 

TUNEFUL tales: The red miU. C2567. SEE 
Valentine, Irma S. 

TUNICK, mVE. 
The Eternal Light. SEE The Eternal Light 

(Radio program) 
Play ball! Broadcast April 17, 1948, by 
CBS Documentary Unit. © Columbia 
Broadcasting System, inc.; Ic 8Jun48; 
DU15133. 

TUNNEL adventure. DU15290. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2400-1625. 

THE TUNNEL of love murders. DU13435. 
SEE Stern, Isidore. 

THE TURN of the screw. DU14704. SEE 
Turpin, Allan R. 

TURNER, E. Alfred. 
Break up the act. DU12247. SEE Loeb, 
Jack Barton. 



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TURNER, JOEL EDWARD. 
The devil only knows, a simple play in 
throe acts. © Joel Edward Turner; Ic 
21May48; DU14895. 

TURNER, LUCILE BARROW. 
Old History's walking. [Monologue in free 
verse] © Lucile Barrow Turner; Ic 
10Mar48; C2377. 

TURNER, MARGARET. 
A city not forsaken, a combined arts pro- 
gramme in four episodes. London, H. F. W., 
Deane; Boston, W. H. Baker Co. [1947] 
28 p. illus. ("Special play" series) 
© Margaret Turner; 23Sep47; DP12802. 

TURPIN, ALLAN R. 
The turn of the screw, and The Aspern papers; 
two plays adapted from the Henry James 
stories. Intended to be played as a double 
bill. © Allan R. Turpin; Ic each 28Apr48; 
DU14704-14705. 

TUTHILL, DANIEL STURGES. 
Is it a trick? What do you think? A new 
series for radio and television. © Daniel 
S. Tuthill; Ic each 5Mar48. 
Feb. 12, 1948. DU13323. 
Feb. 16, 1948. DU14681. 

r\vAIN, Mark, pseud. SEE Clemens, Samuel 
Langhorne. 

THE TWAIN shall meet. DU15199. SEE Piel, 
David Joseph. 

'TWAS the night before Christmas. DU12371. 
SEE Let's Pretend, Dec. 20, 1947. 

TWENTY short plays on a royalty holiday; 
vol. III. DP13966. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. 

TWINKLE tale. SEE Curtiss, Mary E. Tiny 
Tot's travels. DU12611. 

TWINKLES. DU14882. SEE Abbott, Melba 
Delia. 

TWO by two. DU15001. SEE Joekel, Margue- 
rite. 

TWO cow boogee. DU12215. SEE Petty, 
William Martin. 

TWO hearts in a song. DU14095. SEE Rosano, 
Sebastian. 

TWO hearts in waltz time. DU12398. SEE 
Drake, William A. 

TWO left feet. DU14174. SEE Mannarino, 
Joseph A. 

TWO men and a woman. DU14443. SEE 
Mendola, Dominic Francis. 

TWO minus two. DU13862. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 850. 

TWO minutes to midnight. DU14974. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

TWO on the isle. DU15273. SEE WUliams, 
Robert Verne. 

TWO sharps and a flat. DU14665. SEE 
McGlashan, Norman. 

TYLER, BETTY JANE. 
What would you have done? An original 
program idea [for television] by Betty Jane 
Tyler and Peter Fernandez. © Betty Jane 
Tyler, Peter Fernandez; Ic 28Jan48; 
DU12618. 

TYLER, CONVERSE. 
Possession, a play in three acts. © Con- 
verse Tyler; Ic 18Jun48; DU15254. 



TYLER, MATTIE RICHARDS. 
Investment in youth; or, Mr. Jerry. A one- 
act comedy. & Mattie Richards Tyler; 
Ic 19May48; DU14749. 

THE TYPICAL technicolor western. DU12596. 
SEE Liebman, Max. 

TYRANTS disappearing. DP12863. SEE 
Epstein, Marian. 



- U - 

THE U. N. and you. C2453. SEE Shaw, Bruno. 

OBEDA. Maria-Rosa. SEE Rodriguez, Maria- 
Rosa Ubeda. 

UHL, EDWIN GEORGE. 
Examine signatures, a playlet for training 

bank personnel. © Edwin George Uhl; Ic 
^^19Mar48; DU13545. 

"N.S.F." a playlet for training bank per- 
sonnel. © Edwin George Uhl; Ic 12May48; 

DU14537. 
Stop payment, a playlet for training bank 

personnel. © Edwin George Uhl; Ic 

2Mar48; DU13271. 
Strictly confidential, a playlet for training 

bank personnel. © Edwin George Uhl; Ic 

lApr48; DU13765. 

UHRBROCK, EDITH BECTON. 
Ah youth! Radio's spotlight on Young Amer- 
ica. Second series of dialogue sequences. 
© Edith Becton Uhrbrock (Mrs. Frederic 
Uhrbrock); Ic 9Apr48; DU14099. 

UHRBROCK, Mrs. Frederic. SEE Uhrbrock, 
Edith Becton. 

UHRIG, MARY FLORENCE. 
Checker boy, a play in two acts. © Mary 
Uhrig; Ic 28Apr48; DU14266. 

UNBOWED. DU14417. SEE Adelman, Abram E. 

UNCERTAIN November. DU13002. SEE 
Baldwin, Joseph Burkette. 

UNCLE Gabriel. DP13936. SEE Constan- 
duros, Mabel (Tilling) 

UNCLE Harry. SEE Job, Thomas. Oncle 
Harry. DU15321. 

UNCLE Pete on public opinion. DU14350. 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio pro- 
gram) 

UNCLE Sammey's treasure. DU12697. SEE 
Sutherland, Allene. 

UNCLE Tom's cabin. SEE 
Carter, Leslie H. Good-bye, little Eva. 

DP13730. 
Thierry, James Francis. Southern old 
timers. DU14444. 

UNDER two flags. SEE Briody, Donald Fran- 
cis. Song of Algiers. DU13459. 

UNDERSTANDING drama. A16675. SEE 
Brooks, Cleanth. 

UNEMPLOYMENT insurance and you. DU14404. 
SEE Tripp, James E. 

THE UNERRING instinct. DU12866. SEE 
Wilder, Thornton Niven. 

UNFINISHED symphony. DU13284. SEE 
Symphonic Hour of Tone Poems (Radio pro- 
gram) 

UNGER, STELLA. 
Dreamboat, a play in two acts, by Stella 
Unger and Victor Wolf son. Based on the 



play "Excursion." © Stella Unger, 
Victor Wolfson; Ic 12Mar48; DU13414. 

UNGERLEIDER, HENRY S. 
Banko, a one-act audience-participation 

theatre play. © Henry S. Ungerleider; Ic 

27Apr48; DU14230. 
Banko, the bii^o quiz show. A one-act 

audience-participation play. © Henry S. 

Ungerleider; 2Jun48; DP15162. 

UNGILDED Lily. DU12277. SEE Delmar, 
Villa. 

UNGRATEFULNESS. DU15359. SEE DeMund, 
Harold Alexander. 

UNINCORPORATED associations, charities 
and churches. SEE Spencer, Albert E. 
Chattel mortgages. C2207. 



THE UNINTENTIONAL God. DU14337. 
Dunkle, Anna Barnet. 



SEE 



UNION of American Hebrew Congregations. 
King Solomon and the bee. DP12939. SEE 

Cook, Ray Marcus. 
Ring around a Haman. DP12940. SEE 

Borowitz, Eugene B. 
Tyrants disappearing. DP12863. SEE 

Epstein, Marian. 

UNION Oil Company of California. 
Where our money goes. DU13071. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

UNITED Jewish appeal, 1947. DP15029. SEE 
Citron, Samuel Joseph. Headline parade, 
V. 2, no. 2. 

U. S. Army. Recruiting Publicity Bureau. 
Be agreeable — get 'em on your side. C2334. 

SEE Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 
Planning for personal progress. C2335. 

SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Who's next? C2336. SEE Handy Qam) 

Organization, inc. 
You ve got to find 'em first. C2337. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

U. S. Army Recruiting Service. SEE U. S. 
Army. Recruiting I>ublicity Bureau. 

U. S. Bureau of Mines. 
Oregon and its natural resources. C2554. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Washington and its natural resources. C2553. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

U. S. Dept. of the Interior. Bureau of 
Mines. 
Oregon and its natural resources. C2554. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Washington and its natural resources. 

C2553. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 

inc. 

UNITED we stand. DU12524, DU14167. SEE 
Corder, Ruby Lee. 

UNIVERSAL Advertising Service. SEE The 
Birthday Club (Radio program) 

UNIVERSAL-Edition. 
Barabbas. DP15043. SEE Weigel, Hans. 
Casanova in der Schweiz. DP14710-14711. 

SEE Schweizer, Richard. 
Dantons Tod. DP14712-14713. SEE Einem, 

Gottfried von. 
Es ist elf Uhr. DP15042. SEE Friese, 

Ernst. 
Das Perlenhemd. DP14714. SEE Kauffmann, 

Leo Justinus. 

THE UNIVERSAL heckler. DP15015. SEE 
Druce, Olga. 

THE UNIVERSITY hour. SEE Epstein, 
Robert H. Symphony in discord. DU12892. 



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THE UNNATURAL children. DU14618. SEE 
Bingham, June Rossbach. 

UNPLANNED parenthood. DU12923. SEE 
Roos, Frances Homer. 

THE UNREASONABLE aunt. DU15407. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank MerriweU, no. 88. 

THE UNSCHEDULED flight. DU13678. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank MerriweU, no. 77. 

UNTIL eternity. DU13418. SEE Garza, 
Ernest Ralph. 

UNTO these, my brethren. DU14339. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 66. 

UNTO us the living. DP12515. SEE Sliker, 
Harold G. 

UNTO which it shall please God. DP12116. 
SEE Morris, Thomas Baden. 

THE UNWELCOME rescue. DU15337. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank MerriweU, no. 92. 

UNWELCOME stranger. DU13091. SEE 
Singer, Jack. 

UNWIND your dreams. DU13402. SEE 
Dawson, Marlow. 

UP AND DOWN THE SCALES (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© Junior League of Salt Lake City; Ic each 
3Mar48; DU13308-13320. Contents: Peter 
Ilyich Tchaikowsky, by Blanche Cannon; 
DU13308. Bach, the organist, by Blanche 
Cannon; DU 13309. Sergei Rachmaninoff, 
by Blanche Cannon; DU13310. Schumann, 
by Blanche Cannon; DU13311. Felix 
Mendelssohn, by Blanche Cannon; DU13312. 
Franz Peter Schubert, by Blanche Cannon; 
DU13313. Cesar Auguste Franck, by 
Blanche Cannon; DU13314. Mozart, by 
Eleanor S. Newels; DU13315. Beethoven, 
the man who wouldn't be downed, by Helen 
Freed; DU13316. Chopin, by Virginia N. 
Price; DU13317. Giuseppe Verdi, by 
Rebecca D. Jeremy; DU13318. Edvard 
Grieg, by Margaret Terry; DU13319. 
Stephen Foster, by Mitzi Wallace; DU13320. 

UP Powell! DP15013. SEE Juliano, Joseph 
Robert. 

UPFIELD, JESSIE. 
Liberty bells, a musical dramatic composi- 
tion. 5 leaves. [Text only] © American 
Unitarian Youth; ljan48; DP14040. 

THE UPPER room. DU13428. SEE Corrigan, 
Lloyd. 

UREN, BERTRAM THOMAS. 
Hope makes a call, a radio drama. Scripts 
no. 1-3. © Bertram Thomas Uren; Ic each 
26Apr48; DU14361-14363. 

URQUHART, MacGregor. 
Emergency exit. DU13017. SEE Madden, 

Cecil Charles. 
No evidence. SEE Madden, Cecil Charles. 

The perfect murder. DU13228. 

URVANTSOV, Lev Nikolaevich. 
Viera Mirtseva. SEE Karlin, Eli. The 
tangled web. DP12265, DP13656. 

THE USE of vocal-color-analysis in the de- 
velopment and maintenance of vocal technique. 
C2314. SEE Landor, Neville. 

USOSKIN, JOAN C. 
The Elissa Landi show. [Television script] 
© Video Associates, inc.; Ic 2Feb48; 
DU13396. 



One hundred per cent rented. [Television 
script] © Video Associates, inc.; Ic 
29Mar48; DU13683. 

Parents, please! The eating problem. [Tele- 
vision script] © Video Associates, inc.; 
Ic 19May48; DU14740. 

UT mine Stromtid. SEE Jacob son, Otto. Saat 
und Mahd. DU14216. 

UTILITARIAN writing for a trade association. 
C2440, C2516. SEE Clapp, John Mantle. 



"V"— day. DU12739. SEE Hunter, Charles 
Burtis. 

V-D Americana. SEE Jackson, John Marion. 
V-E Americana. DU15050. 

V-E Americana. DU12431, DU15050. SEE 
Jackson, John Marion. 

V-I Americana. SEE Jackson, John Marion. 
V-E Americana. DU15050. 

THE VACUUM virtuoso. SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. 

THE VAGABOND'S dream. DU15078. SEE 
Lynch, George Ralph. 

THE VAGRANT. DU14977. SEE The Hour 
of St. Francis (Radio program) 

VAIL, HELEN CERAR. 
At the zoo, a ballet in three acts. [Text 
only] © Helen Cerar VaU; Ic lljun48; 
DU15183. 

VAINRIB, Stanley. 
Cash or carry. DU15364. SEE Howard, 
Bernard. 

VALENCY, MAURICE JACQUES. 

Intermezzo. DU14078. SEE Giraudoux, Jean. 

The reluctant virgin, a comedy with music 
in two acts. [Text only] © Maurice J. 
Valency; Ic 24jun48; on revision and addi- 
tions; DU15328. Prev. reg. lNov45, 
D95681; 19Mar46, D2169. 

VALENTINE, Mrs. A. J. SEE Valentine, 
Irma S. 

VALENTINE, Alice, pseud. SEE Valentine, 
Irma S. 

VALENTINE, IRMA S. 
Tuneful tales: The red mill, by Alice Valen- 
tine [pseud.] Narration. © Irma S. 
Valentine (Mrs. A. J. Valentine); Ic 
10May48; C2567. 

VALENTINE, RICHARD HARDEN. 
Star-light, star-bright; a Christmas oper- 
etta in one act, two scenes. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Richard H. 
Valentine; Ic 24May48; DU14881. 

VALLEE, Arthur Antony. 
Out of the clouds. DU12554. SEE Fitz- 
Gerald, Robert Joseph. 

VANCE, MARTIN LEE. 
Tricky titles, by Lee Grant [pseud.] Lec- 
ture. © Martin Lee Vance; Ic 19May48; 
C2610. 

VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. 
The Druid circle, a play in three acts. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service [1948]. 
176 p. illus. © John van Druten; 3Feb48; 
DP13061. Prev. reg. "Professor White; ' 
26Dec46; D unp. 6664. 
Make way for Lucia, a farcical comedy in 
three acts, adapted from E. F. Benson's 



"Lucia" novels. © John van Druten; Ic 
12May48; DU14604. 

VAN NESS, HUGHES THOMAS. 
A public address for oral delivery at meet- 
ings or gatherings of laundry owners, by 
Hughes Thomas Van Ness and Ursley 
Josephine Van Ness. © Hughes Thomas 
Van Ness, Ursley Josephine Van Ness; Ic 
30Jan48; C2059. 

VAN NESS, Ursley Josephine. 
A public address for oral delivery at meet- 
ings or gatherings of laundry owners. 
C2059. SEE Van Ness, Hughes Thomas. 

VANTAGE ground. DU13989. SEE Perks, 
Max. 

VAN WOEART, Alpheus. 
Air express. DP13088. SEE McMuUen, 

Joseph Carl. 
Apartment 13. DP15170. SEE McMuUen, 

Joseph Carl. 

VARI, JOHN ANTON. 
Nobody laughs — nobody cries, a one-act 
play. © John Anton Vari; Ic 18May48; 
DU14776. 

VAS, STEVEN. 
Children of Vienna, a play in two acts; 
based on the novel of the same title Ijy 
Robert Neumann. © Steven Vas; Ic 
21May48; DU14804. 

VAUGHAN, Juanita Teresa. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

VECCHIO, Thomas del. SEE Del Vecchio, 
Thomas. 

VEGA, Lope de. SEE Vega Carpio, Lope 
Felix de. 

VEGA CARPIO, Lope Felix de. 
The cut-throat. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DP13966. 

THE VEHICLE; The perpetrator; The foil. 
C2435. SEE Rogoff, Elias M Humorology, 
no. 6-8. 

VEKEMAN, VICTOR. 
Un sauveur d'ames; ou, L apostolat du^Pere 
Jacquemet. Piece en 3 actes. Montreal, 
Editions du Levrier, 1947. 46 p. © The 
Federation of Cercles Lacordaire and 
Ste. Jeanne d'Arc, inc.; 31Dec47; DP14225. 

VELIDA, pseud. SEE Benn, Gertrude Velida 
de. 

VENDOR of verse. DU12477. SEE Collins, 
Barbara. 

VENUS was an amateur. C2018. SEE Lunn, 
Nina K. 

VERA Mirtzova. SEE Karlin, Eli. The 
tangled web. DP12265, DP13656. 

VER BECKE, WALTER EDWIN. 
Picnic ground, a play in three acts and a 
prologue. © W. Edwin Ver Becke; Ic 
30Mar48; DU13702. 

VERBEL, Jerry, pseud. SEE Verbelovsky, 
Gerald. 

VERBELOVSKY, GERALD 
Carbon copies of 1948, a musical fantasy 
in two acts, by Jerry Verbel [pseud.] fText 
only] © Jerry Verbel; Ic 8Mar48; Dm3358. 
Frisbee's Corner Store; audition scripts by 
Jerry Verbal [pseud.] © Jerry Verbel. 

1. © Ic 10Feb48; DU13532. 

2. © Ic 8Apr48; DU13887. 

3. Revised version. © Ic 26May48; 
DU14953. 



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VERCOURT, ALFRED. 
Un monsieur tout neuf, comedie-bouffe en 
trois actes, ijar Alfred Vercourt et Jean 
Bever. t^ Alfred Vercourt, ps. de A. 
Lebleau; Jean Bever, ps. de Jenn-Jules 
Dansant; Ic 4Dec47; DU12294. 

VERDI, Giuseppe. 
Aida. DU14093. SEE Barrett, Katharine. La 
travi.'.ta. SEE Root, Helen L. Camille. DU1217i 

DER VERLORENE Walzer. SEE Drake, 
William A. Two hearts in waltz time. 
DU12398. 

VERNE UIL, Louis. 
RuedesAnges. DP14834. SEE Hamilton, 
Patrick. 

VERNON, Ashley, pseud. SEE Manschinger, 
Kurt Karl. 

VERNON, J., pseud. SEE Fishbein, Jacob. 

VERNON, Muriel. SEE Bean, Muriel Vernon. 

THE VERY smallest angel. DU12276. SEE 
Girling, Betty Thomas. 

DIE VERZAUBERTE Insel. DP14228. SEE 
Knoller, Jacob. 

VETERANS' opportunities. DU15252. SEE 
Lane, Frances. 

VICTOR, Ben. 
Dead beat. DU14094. SEE Dolbier, Maurice. 

VICTOR, John, pseud. SEE Bogach, Victor 
John. 

THE VICTORY of the Cross. DP13875. SEE 
Creagh-Henry, May. 

LA VTDA en broma. DU14828. SEE Rivero, 
Ramon. 

VIDEO Associates, inc. 
The Elissa Landi show. DU13396. SEE 

Usoskin, Joan C. 
One hundred per cent rented. DU13683. 

SEE Usoskin, Joan C. 
Parents, please! DU14740. SEE Usoskin, 

Joan C. 

VIDEOGRAMS. C1996. SEE Basch, Charles 
Jack. 

VIERA Mirtseva. SEE Karlin, Eli. The tangled 
web. DP12265, DP13656. 

VIERTEL, PETER. 
The survivors; play In three acts, by Peter 
Viertel and Irwin Shaw. [New York] 
Dramatists Play Service [1948]. 74 p. 
illus. © Peter Viertel, Irwin Shaw; 
20May48; on additions and revisions; 
DP15168. Prev. reg. 280ct47; D unp. 11566. 

LES VIEUX gardens. SEE Sardou, Victorien. 
Theatre complet. DP15123. 

VIKTORIA and her hussar. DP14041. SEE 
Graham, Harry. 

VILDRAC, CHARLES. 

Le jardinier de Samos, comedie en trois 
actes, suivie de Les Peres ennemis, farce 
[en un acta]. Paris, Editions Raisons 
D'j;tre [19471. 141 p. © Editions Rai sons 
d'Etre; lApr47; DP14049. 

Temoignages, essais, etudes. DP14499. SEE 
Arnold, Paul, ed. 

VILLAGE doctor. DU15247. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 567. 

THE VILLAGER. DU14008. SEE Fizell, 
Becca. 



VINDICATION. DU14000. SEE Riley, Raymond 
James. 

VINTAGE '93. DP12762. SEE Willings, Eric. 

VIRTUE triumphs over all. SEE Hollywood 
Recordo-Script Service. Murder at midnight. 
DP15417. 

THE VIRTUOUS mask. DU14162. SEE 
English, Harold Robert. 

VISIT Forest Zoo. DU12547. SEE The Mystery 
Castle, no. 13. 

VISIT to earth. DU14325. SEE The Hour of 
St. Franr-ic (Radio program) 

VITTES, Louis. SEE The Shadow (Radio 
program) 

VIVA Mexico. SEE Mayorga, Margaret 
(Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday. DP13966. 

VOCALIST Registry Agency. C2519. SEE 
Paige, Albert. 

VOLLMER, JORGE CARLOS RODOLFO. 
Marilou, musikalische Komodie [in 3 Akten] 
von Carlos Vollmer; Musik von Lysle Frey. 
Buenos Aires, Editorial Jupiter [1947]. 
2 V. text, 83 p. music, 79 p. © Jorge 
Carlos Rodolfo Vollmer; 30Dec47; DP14779. 

A VOICE in Rama. DU14056. SEE Coppinger, 
John Michael. 

THE VOICE of Gandhi. C2260. SEE Wagg, 
Alfred. ' 

VOICES of yesterday. DU13092. SEE Capelle, 
Oliver Hampton. 

VOLNEY, Frank, pseud. SEE Kamarck, 
Frank M. 

THE VOLNEY A. CrosweU, Jr. presentation. 
SEE Harkrider, John. The known American. 
DU12557. 

VOLTAIRE. DU15236. SEE Ewing, Sherman. 

VON BERGE, Herman. 
The shadow of the Cross. DP13010. SEE 
Lorenz, Ellen Jane. 

VONHARDEN, LEW. 
Money love luck free, a satirical farce in 
two acts. A variation on the theme of 
Benjonson's "The alchemist." © Lew 
Vonharden; Ic 27Apr48; DU14205. 

VON SCHILLING, Erich, pseud. SEE Schaber, 
Eric Carl. 

VOTE for me. SEE Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 
Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. 

VOUDOU and the Virgin. DU13354. SEE 
Neugass, Miriam Newman. 

THE VULTURE in the parlor. DU12257. SEE 
Mearson, Rose Mary. 



- W - 

WAAS, LESTER MORTON. 
Dim View Society, a television and radio 
show. © Lester Morton Waas; Ic 22Jan48; 
DU12488. 

WADE, ALFRED MUNROE. 
Along the road, a musical play in two acts 
and finale. [Text only] © A. Munroe Wade; 
Ic lMar48; DU13230. 



WAGE incentive application. C2699. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Management con- 
ference: Management fundamentals, 17th 
day. 

WAGG, ALFRED. 
The voice of Gandhi; with commentary by 
Alfred Wagg. In four parts. [Continuity] 
© Alfred Wagg; Ic 9Mar48; C2260. 

WAGNER, Richard. 
The flying Dutchman. DU14092. SEE Bar- 
rett, Katharine. 

WAINER, BERT. 
A man from Sodom, a play. 52 leaves. 
© Bert Wainer; Ic 4May48; DU14335. 

THE WAITING game. DU14700. SEE Conk- 
ling, Louise Braman. 

WAITRESS, Empire State Building. SEE 
Shantz, Marshall B. The crossroads of 
America. C2467. 

THE WAKE of the "Annie Q." DU13443. SEE 
Pollock, Bert Daniel. 

V/AKEFIELD, ARTHUR FRANK. 

Certified Prescription Drug Stores announce- 
ment. [Radio commercial] © Arthur Frank 
Wakefield; Ic 6Jan48; C2021. 

Certified Prescription Drug Stores are 
located all over town. [Radio commercial] 
© Arthur Frank Wakefield; Ic 6Jan48; 
C2022. 

WALD, Malvin. 
Inside the wall. DU15115. SEE Ling, Eugene. 



WALDEN, ROBERT L. 
The barometer. [Continuity] © 
Walden; Ic 20Feb48; DU13004. 



Robert L. 



WALDEN, WILLIAM. 
The falling sky, a play in two acts. © Wil- 
liam Walden; Ic 19May48; DU14888. 

WALDIS, Otto Olen. 
The broken pitcher. DU14460. SEE Kleist, 
Heinrich von. 

WALD MAN, Martin Gordon. 
Dear Diary. DU13692. SEE Finkel, Joy Dee. 
School daze. DU12931. SEE Finkel, Joy Dee. 

WALEY, MARIE. 
Sock and buskin, a series of six one-act 
plays, by George Brindley [pseud.] © Marie 
Waley; Ic each 28Nov47. 
Hugh Royden. DU12360. 
Kitty Clyde comes home. DU12363. 
Miracle for Shan. DU12361. 
A new song. DU12362. 
A new trumpet for Manuel. DU12364. 
Siren song. DU12359. 

WALKER, Aubrey Danvers-. SEE Danvers- 
Walker, Aubrey. 

WALKER, B. J., pseud. SEE Fizell, Becca. 

WALKER, CLARENCE MELVILLE. 
Out of this world, a musical play in three 
acts, by Melville Walker. [Text only] 
© Melville Walker; Ic 10Nfe.y48; DU14471. 

WALKER, Leonard J. SEE Highways and 
Byways to Music (Radio program) 

WALKER, Melville. SEE Walker, Clarence 
Melville. 

WALKER, WILLIAM JOSEPH. 
Lecture on shorthand reporting for boxing 
bouts. © William Jos. Walker; Ic 9Apr48; 
C2424. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



V/ALKER & Downing, General Agency. SEE 
Fishing and Hunting Club of the Air (Radio 
program) 

THE WALL. DU14206. SEE Long, WUliam H. 

WALLACE, Edna Kingsley. 
Cartoon. DU14648. SEE Farwell, Arthur. 

WALLACE, Mitzi. SEE Up and Down the 
Scales (Radio program) 

WALLACE, Morgan. 
Ten. DU14519. SEE Mandel, Frank. 

WALLER, Curly. SEE Waller, Syde. 

WALLER, SYDE. 
I'll see you. [Continuity] © Syde Waller; 

Ic 3Mar48; DU13352. 
Television spotlight, a show that turns the 

spotlight on show business. Outline and 

sample continuity. © Syde Waller; Ic 

7Apr48; DU14080. 
Television spotlight, the television show 

that turns the spotlight on show -business, 

by "Curly" WaUer. © Syde Waller; Ic 

30Mar48; DU13704. 

THE WALNUT tree. DU12282. SEE Bortner, 
Norman Stanley. 

WALOWTT, MIRIAM. 
Der Schirtz, by Miriam Walowit and Anita 
R. Tepper. A translation and adaptation 
in Yiddish of the light opera "Hnafore," 
by Sir William S. Gilbert, with added 
lyrics and dialogue. 25 leaves. [Text 
only] © Anita R. Tepper, Miriam Walo- 
wit; Ic 19Apr48; DU14028. 

WALSH, FREDERICK GEORGE. 
In-laws out, a comedy in one act. Elizabeth- 
town, Pa., Play Club, cl948. 21 p. (A 
Play Club selection, no. 18) © The Play 
Club, inc.; lFeb48; DP13367. 
Yield of the fountain, a drama in three acts. 
© Frederick George Walsh; Ic 22Apr48; 
DU14222. 

WALSH, JAMES M. 
Six characters for an actress. London, 
S. French [1947]. 46 p. illus. [Mono- 
logues]. Contents. — In loving memory — 
Aunt Prim. — Charity. — Second sight. — 
Suivez la guide. —The small hours. 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 31Dec47; DP13498. 

WALSH, JOHN BURKE, 
George Washington, engineer. [Lecture in 
five parts] © John Barke Walsh; Ic 
5Mar48; C2382. 

WALTER, Forrest G. 
Resurrection morning. DP14632. SEE 
Meredith, Isaac Hickman. 

WALTERS, LOUIS E. 
Lou Walters' stars of tomorrow, a one-act 
revue for stage and night club presentation. 
© Louis E. Walters; Ic 30Mar48; DU13707. 

THE WALTZING bird. Dtri2875. SEE Graham, 
Irvin. 



WALTZING Matilda. 
Dai-keong. 



DU12891. SEE Lee, 



WALYCE, EUGENIA N. 
Striped pants and petticoats, a comedy in 
three acts, by Eugenia Walyce and Rosanna 
Bright. © Rosanna Bright, Eugenia N. 
Walyce; Ic 10May48; DU14472. 

THE WANDERING stranger. DU12927. SEE 
Beulwitz, Alfred. 



WANTED: A PLACE TO LIVE (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by Bill Adams. 
© Diane Lewis. 

Dec. 14, 1947. © Ic 30Dec47; DU12172. 
Dec. 28, 1947; Jan. 4, 1948. © Ic each 

19Jan48; DU12449-12450. 
Jan. 11, 1948. © Ic 29Jan48; DU12624. 
Jan. 18, 25, 1948. © Ic each 27Feb48; 

DU13171-13172. 
Feb. 1, 8, 15, 1948. © Ic each 25Feb48; 

DU13156-13158. 
Feb. 22, 29, 1948. © Ic each 15Mar48; 

DU13467-13468. 
Feb. 29, Mar. 7, 14, 1948. © Ic each 

22Mar48; DU13553-13555. 
Apr. 4, 11, 1948. © Ic each 21Apr48; 

DU14149-14150. 
May 16, 1948. © Ic 22May48; DU14877. 

WARD, GROVER ADWIN. 
The dawning of a new day, a play in three 
acts. © Grover Adwin Ward; Ic 15Mar48; 
DU13630. 

WARD (Montgomery) and Company, inc. 
Bring 'em back again and again. DU12645. 

SEE Wilding FHcture Productions, inc. 
The girl who upped her sales. DU12644. 

SEE Wilding FHcture Productions, inc. 

WARD Baking Company. SEE Tennessee Jed 
(Radio program) 

WARDELL, Michael J. 
Casting today. DU15151. SEE Sadowsky, 
Sally H. 

WAREHAM, MARGUERITE MARY. 
Symbol of devotion, a play in three acts, by 
Milord Wareham [pseud.] © Marguerite 
Mary Wareham; Ic 13May48; DU14641. 

WAREHAM, Milord, pseud. SEE Wareham, 
Marguerite Mary. 

THE WARM-UP. DU13070. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

WARNER, ROBERT EDMUND. 
The Warner theory on planetary evolution. 
[Lecture] © Robert Edmund Warner; Ic 
19May48; C2594. 

THE WARNER theory on planetary evolution. 
C2594. SEE Warner, Robert Edmund. 

WARREN, BARNETT MATHEW. 
The milkman in Omaha, a new play in three 
acts, by Bart Warren and Gregg Ziemer. 
© Barnett M Warren, Gregor Ziemer; Ic 
7Jun48; DU15261. 

WARREN, Bart. SEE Warren, Barnett Mathew. 

WARREN, NELLIE B. (McNITT) 
Infantile paralysis or poliomyelitis. [Lecture] 
© Nellie B. McNitt Warren; Ic 7Jun48; 
C2728. 

WARREN, P. J. 
There needs no ghost, a play in two acts. 
© P. J. Warren; Ic 6Jan48; DU12430. 

WARSHAWSKY, SAMUEL JESSE. 
A nation's proud devotion, a musical play in 
two acts. [Text only] © Samuel Jesse 
Warshawsky; Ic 23Mar48; DU13982. 

WASHBURN, HARRIET INGERSOLL. 
Destined for a tombstone, f Continuity] 
© Harriet Ingersoll WashDurn; Ic 5Feb48; 
DU12836. 
Poor dear Martha. [Continuity] © Harriet 
IngersoU Washburn; Ic 5Feb48; DU12832. 



WASHINGTON, DOROTHY. 
My foolish dreams, a play in three acts. 
© Dorothy Washington; Ic 21May48; 
DU14903. 

WASHINGTON, FREDERICK. 

What are you raising your children for? Re- 
cording script. © Record Music Corp.; 
Ic 8Jan48; C2168. 

The wildest creature that ever lived. Record- 
ing script. © Record Music Corp.; Ic 
8Jan48; C2169. 

WASHINGTON and its natural resources. 
C2553. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 



THE WASHINGTON National Monument. Lec- 
ture no. I. C2531. SEE Hershman, Robert R. 

WASHINGTON University, St. Louis. Quad- 
rangle Club. SEE Quadrangle Club of Washir^- 
ton University, St. Louis. 

THE WASHINGTON years. DP12935. SEE 
Sherman, Nat. 

WASON, BETTY. 
The people's choice, a thirty-minute radio 
show. [Sample script] © Betty Wason; 
21Apr48; DP14780. 

WASSERBERGER, Oscar. SEE Highways and 
Byways to Music (Radio program) 

WATCH my world. SEE Richter, Clara S. 
Farmer Brown goes to town. DU14786. 

WATER from the rock. DU12193. SEE The 
Children's Chapel, no. 31. 

WATER to drink. DU12191. SEE The Chil- 
dren's Chapel, no. 29. 

WATERS, JAMES F. 
Write a song, a radio script, by James F. 
Waters and Charles H. Drury. © James F. 
Waters, Charles H. Drury; Ic 9Apr48; 
DU14102. 

WATSON, FLORENCE E. 
The magic earrings, a play with music in 
three acts. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Florence E. Watson; Ic 10Feb48; 
DU13127. 

WATSON, VEE Margaret. 
Do a little wrong, a play in three acts. © Vee 
Margaret Watson; Ic 28May48; DU15203. 

WATTERSON, JOHN AMBROSE. 
The cause of Newtonian tension. The new 
speed of light in free space. [Lecture] 
© John A. Watterson; Ic 16Mar48; C2295. 

WATTS, Schuyler. 
A touch of marriage. DU14253. SEE Marlett, 
Melba. 

WAVERLY Place. DU14731. SEE McCabe, 
Terrence William. 

THE WAY of success. DU12713. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

WAY out there. DU14853. SEE Ernst, Alice 
Hen son. 

WAYNE, Anthony. SEE First Nighter (Radio 
program) 

WAYNE, KATHRYN. 
The candy basket's party, a playlet for little 
girls. 3 leaves. © Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep47; DP12470. 

WAYNE, Priscilla, pseud. SEE Sprague, 
Besse (Toulouse) 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE WAYWARD wife. DU14767. SEE First 
Nighter, Apr. 8, 1948. 

WE. C2162. SEE McCarthy, Jeremiah 
Aloysius. 

WE are calling you. DU14232. SEE Kings- 
bery, Emily. 

WE both loved you. DU13195. SEE Gauldin, 
Maude Eleanor Counts. 

WE proudly present. DP12761. SEE Novello, 
Ivor. 

WE regret. DU13452. SEE Kirschbaum, Ken- 
neth James. 

WE shook the family tree. DU14386. SEE 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 112. 

vVE thank you. SEE Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 
Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. 

WE visit Hot Springs. DU13460. SEE Hedrick, 

Paul. 

WEAK minded persons. SEE Spencer, 
Albert E. Corporation taxes. C2210. 

THE WEAKLING. DU13531. SEE Pritcher, 
Leon. 

WEATHERVANE, SYLVESTER. 
The education of Peggy; or, Oscar's grand- 
mother. A bedroom farce with social 
significance, in three acts. © Sylvester 
Weathervane; Ic 22May48; DU14841. 

WEATHER-vane. DU13341. SEE Smithfield, 
George Francis. 

WEB of fear. DU12992. SEE Carter, Arthur 
Philip. 

WEBB, Mary. 
Precious bane. DU14505. SEE Fish, Helen 
Dean. 

WEBSTER'S widow. DU12718. SEE SUl, 
Sanford. 

WEDDING day. DU14902. SEE Gershe, Leon- 
ard. 

THE WEDDING of the princess. DU13530. 
SEE Wing, Paul. 

WEE worship. DU12671. SEE Lang, Leslie 
William. 

WEEKS, Albert L. 
The birth of a motor star. C2577. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Managed marketing. DU12648. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Retail selling. DU14526, DU14528. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Take care. DU13843. SEE Wilding Picture 

Productions, inc. 
That farm-fresh flavor. C2227. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

WEEP for awhile. DU12883. SEE Sims, 
Dorothy Rice. 

WEIGEL, HANS. 
Barabbas; oder, Der fiinfzigste Geburtstag. 
Eine tragi sche Revue in drei Akten. Wien, 
A. Ibach [1946]. 143 p. Text only. © Uni- 
versal-Edition; 7Jun46; DP15043. 

WEILER, Milton C. 
Horse opera. DU12558. SEE Harkrider, 
John. 

WEILL, Kurt. 
A dish for the gods. DU13475. SEE Lerner, 

Alan Jay. 
Street scene. DP14044. SEE Rice, Elmer. 



WEINER, IRA LESLIE. 
Buy a poppy? A play in one act. © Ira L. 

Weiner; Ic 7Jun48; DU15274. 
The Rats, an epic drama in three acts. 

© Ira Weiner; Ic 23Apr48; on revisions; 

DU14156. Prev. reg. "The tragedy of Jay 

Bird Doyle;" 240ct47; D11124. 

WEINGARTEN, AARON. 
Countess Cagliari, a horror melodrama in 
three acts, based on "The Witch's tale: 
Castle Terrible','a radio play by Alonzo 
Deen Cole. © Aaron Weingarten; Ic 
30Dec47; DU12174. 

WEIS, BLANCHE G. 
The marriage tax, a play in three acts. 
© Blanche G. Weis; Ic 24May48; DU15025. 

WEISMAN, CLARA. 
The television nurse and the Gookin family 
in "Health is funny," by Clara Weisman 
and Selma Wineman. Chapter I. [Television 
script] © Clara Weisman; Ic 29Jan48; 
DU12806. 

WEISS, LOUIS. 
The mandrake root, a play in three acts. 
© Louis Weiss; Ic 22Mar48; DU13553. 

WEISS, MARVIN. 
The bright light. [Radio script] © Marvin 
Weiss; Ic 24Dec47; DU12805. 

WEITZNER, GEZA. 
Three wishes, a play. 18 leaves. © Geza 
Weitzner; Ic 18May48; DU14719. 

WELCH, RHODA. 
Here's to health and happiness, a column. 
© Rhoda Welch; Ic each 160ct47. 
A bird's-eye view of you. C2027. 
Are you tired? C2028. 
Are you self-conscious? C2029. 
What is self-confidence? C2030. 
How to overcome fear and worry. C2031. 
Are you a committee of selves? C2032. 

WELCH, William. SEE The Adventures of 
Frank Merriwell (Radio program) 

WELD, Sarah. SEE Blake, Sarah Swan (Weld). 

WELLEMINSKY, Ignaz Michael. 
Der verlorene Walzer. SEE Drake, Wil- 
liam A. Two hearts in waltz time. 
DU12398. 

WELLEMINSKY, J. M. SEE Welleminsky, 
Ignaz Michael. 

WELLES, Halsted. 
Sheriff Teddy. DU13716. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 551. 
Towards the horizon. DU13708. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 544. 

WELLS of salvation. DU12199. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 149. 

WELLSTONE, LEON S. 
Ellis Crock, a play in three acts. © Leon 
WeUstone; Ic 7May4.3; DU14429. 

WERBUNG, WILLIAM ALEXANDER. 
Let not man, a play in three acts, by Bill 
Werbung. © William Alexander Werbung; 
Ic 12Jan48; DU12327. 

WESELY, EVELYN M. 
Mr. Sultan and Sherry Zahd, a new half-hour 
dramatic radio program. [Sample script] 
© Kathleen McMahon Thayer, Hector 
Chevigny, Evelyn Wesely; Ic 18Mar48; 
DU13472. 

WEST, EVELYN. 
The man from Paris, a comedy-drama in 
three acts. French title: "L amour, c'est 



un art." © Evelyn West; Ic 5May48; 
DU14445. 

WEST, JESSAMYN. 
A mirror for the sky; an opera [in two acts] 
ba_^sed on an original conception of Raoul 
Pene duBois for ixjrtraying the life of 
Audubon in a musical drama. Costume 
sketches by Raoul Pene duBois. fist cd.] 
New York, Harcourt, Brace [1948]. 155 p. 
illus. Text only. © Jessamyn West; 4Mar4f 
DP14121. Prev. reg. 10Oct48; D unp. 5250. 

WEST, MARGARET. 
Residents of many communities, citizens of 
none. Script [for slide film] © Margaret 
West; Ic 17Jun48; C2744. 

WEST, MARGARET KING. 
Here goes the groom, a comedy in three 
acts. Elizabethtown, Pa., Play Club [1947]. 
72 p. (A Play Club selection, no. 13) 
© The Play Club, inc.; 25Dec47; DP12562. 

WEST, ROBERT MANDELL. 

The last of my lavender orchids, a play in 
one act. C' Robert Mandell West; Ic 
31Mar48; DU13736. 

No pay, no pilfer; a play in one act. © Rob- 
ert Mandell West; Ic lApr48; DU13767. 

WESTBROOK Pegler's Capone. DU14777. 
SEE Graham, Lewis. 

WESTHEIMER, LC VIS E. 

Famous comes to breakfast, a breakfast- 
time show [for radio]. Audition script. 
© Westheimer & Co., Advertising Agency; 
18May48; DP15103. 

Famous teens, a teen-age show [for radio]. 
Audition script. © V/estheimer & Co., 
Advertising Agency; 18May48; DP15102. 

Hit or miss, an audience-participation quiz 
show [for radio]. Audition script. © West- 
heimer & Co., Advertising Agency; 
18May48; DPISIOS. 

Listen to this, a "story teller" type of show 
[for radio]. Audition script. © West- 
heimer & Co., Advertising Agency; 
18May48; DP15104. 

WESTHEIMER and Company. 
Famous comes to breakfast. DP15103. 

SEE Westheimer, Louis E. 
Famous teens. DP15102. SEE Westheimer, 

Louis E. 
Hit or miss. DP15105. SEE Westheimer, 

Louis E. 
It's a hit. DP15074. SEE Sievers, David 

Wieder. 
Listen to this. DP15104. SEE Westheimer, 

Louis E. 

WESTLAKE, WILFRED. 

All the tea in China, a Chinese misprint 
[in one act] by Wilfred Harvey [pseud.] 
London, S. French [1947]. 28 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 969) © Sam- 
uel French, ltd.; 17Dec47; DP12779. 

The princess with a load on her mind, a 
farcical fantasy for young people, in one 
act, by Wilfred Harvey [pseud.] London! 
S. French [1948]. 24 p. illus. (French s 
plays for juvenile performers, no. 56) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 10Feb48; DP13876. 

THE WETBACK. DU14997. SEE Limbaugh, 
Charm. 

WET MORE Declamation Bureau. 

The candy basket's party. DP12470. SEE 
Wayne, Kathr3m. 

The dilemma. DP12468. SEE Martin, 
John M. 

Folly on the trolley. DP12467. SEE Ste- 
phenson, Shirley. 

Here comes the bride. DP15073. SEE 
White, Kate Alice. 

The night bell. DP12469. SEE Martin, 
John M. 



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WETMORE Declamation Bureau. Cont'd. 
Tricycle trio. DP15072. SEE Cheatham, 
Mary Louise Kempt. 

we've come from the city. DP14042. SEE 
Haufrecht, Herbert. 

WEXLER, Irving. 
The new look. DU15351. SEE Stevens, 
Leslie Clark. 

WHAT are we doing to make the customer a 
better merchant? C2581. SEE Corwin, 
Edward Comstock. 

WHAT are you raising your children for? 
C2168. SEE Washington, Frederick. 

WHAT do you think? SEE Tuthill, Daniel 
Sturges. Is it a trick? DU13.323. 

WHAT goes up. DU15066. SEE Michigan. 
State College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science. TheUionysians. 

WHAT is love? C2517. SEE Cook, William. 

WHAT is reality? SEE Napier, LeRoy. 
Alexander awakened. DU12582. 

WHAT is self-confidence? C2030. SEE 
Welch, Rhoda. Here's to health and happi- 
ness. 

WHAT never dies. SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. 
One-act plays of spiritual power. DP15231. 

WHAT price career? DU13629. SEE Tripo- 
vich, Frances Anna. 

WHAT really happened. SEE Baker, Edna. 
The true story of Good King Wenceslas. 
DP12763. 

WHAT would Grandfather say? DU13575. 
SEE Sanders, Freda Jane. 

WHAT would you do? SEE 
Eckert, WiUiam S. DU12829. 
Herstam, Nathan. What would you have 
done? C2470. 

WHAT would you have done? SEE 
Herstam, Nathan. C2470. 
Tyler, Betty Jane. DU12618. 

WHATEVER goes with it. SEE Smith, Robert 
Gordon. Birthday present. DU13099. 

WHATMORE, ARTHUR REGINALD. 
She wanted a cream front door, a play in 
three acts. London, H. F. W. Deane; 
Boston, W. H. Baker Co. [1947]. 96 p. 
illus. ("Deane's" series of plays) 
© Arthur Reginald Whatmore; 19Nov47; 
DP13527. 

WHAT'S cooking? DU13000. SEE Stevenson, 
James. 

WHAT'S in a name? DP12760. SEE Bloom, 
Ursula. 

WHAT'S in the middle. DU14493. SEE 
Sherman, Charles. 

WHAT'S the score? DU13528. SEE Steven- 
son, James. 

WHAT'S wrong here? DU12920. SEE Pack, 
Harvey. 

WHAT'S your trouble. DU14015. SEE Lawent, 

Sam. 

WHATTA ya know about that? DP13727. 
SEE Melville, Richard L. 



WHEDON, John. SEE The Great Gilder sleeve 
(Radio program) 

WHEDON, JOHN OGDEN. 
Hogan's daughter, a new radio show. Episode 
no. 1. © John Whedon; Ic 17Jun48; DU15238. 

WHEN I was green. DP12514. SEE LePelley, 
Guernsey. 

WHEN men reduce as women do. DP13970. 
SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

WHEN Plymouth rocked. DU15373. SEE 
Black, Walter. 

WHEN Satan hops out. DU13918. SEE Perry, 
Charlotte L. 

WHEN stages meet. DU13863. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2368-1593. 

WHEN strangers meet. DU14657. SEE 
Barclay, Carleton Henry. 

WHEN the old cock crows. DP13501. SEE 
Corrie, Joe. 

WHEN the soul dies. DU12918. SEE Nelson, 
Joseph Conrad. 

WHEN the West was young. SEE Kaser, 
Arthur LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. 
DP13087. 

WHEN the wind blows. DU14422. SEE Hayes, 
Joseph. 

WHEN Washington smiled. DU14459. SEE 
Davidson, Baruch Henry. 

WHERE our money goes. DU13071. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

WHERE'S Gran'paw? SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. 

WHERE'S the baby? SEE Kaser, Arthur 
LeRoy. Funny skits for amateurs. DP13087. 

WHILE Angela sang. DU14862. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 186. 

WHIMPERING forties. DU12948. SEE White, 
Virginia R. 

THE WHIPPLE family. DU15188. SEE 
Ehrlich, Max. 

WHISPERING shadows. DU14447. SEE 
Bryant, Lee. 

WHISTLE while you sell. C2362. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

WHITE, Mrs. A. T. SEE White, Virgi^nia R. 

WHITE, Andy. SEE The Great Gildersleeve 
(Radio program) 

WHITE, ELIZABETH POPE. 
Cooling waters, a play in three acts, with 
prologue and epilogue, © Elizabeth Pope 
White; Ic 17May48; DU14692. 

WHITE, HOWARD WILLIAM. 
The resurrection of Cyril Clive. [Conti- 
nuity] © Howard William White; Ic 
3Mar48; DU13278. 

WHITE, KATE ALICE. 
Here comes the bride, a mock wedding. 
3 leaves. © Wetmore Declamation Bureau; 
lMay48; DP15073. 

WHITE, KENNETH. 
The inconceivable war, a comedy in three 
acts. © Kenneth White; Ic 24Nov47; 
DU12097. 



WHITE, ROBERTSON. 
Seven thunders, a play in three acts, by 
Robertson White and Bronson WUliams. 
© Robertson White, Bronson Williams; 
Ic 25Jun48; DU15357. 

WHITE, VIRGINIA R. 
Whimpering forties; or, Mother is a prob- 
lem. A play in three acts. © Virginia R. 
White (Mrs. A. T. White); Ic 17Feb48; 
DU12948. 

WHITE above the instep. DU15310. SEE 
Edel stein, David Henry. 

THE WHITE coat. DU14135. SEE Lampert, 
Frances. 

WHITE fence. DU14240. SEE Engel, Jack. 

THE WHITE knight. DU14124. SEE Reymond, 
Marguerite Viola. 

THE WHITE rabbit. SEE Bowman, Phil. Old 
Cal Handy. DU15267. 

THE WHITE whale. DU13922. SEE Wilson, 
Gilbert Brown. 

WHITING, J. MURRAY. 
Stranger to fear, a radio play. © J. Murray 
Whiting; Ic 4Mar48; DU13326. 

WHITMAN, JAMES RUSSELL. 
Apartment, a play in nine scenes. © J. Rus- 
seU Whitman; Ic 24May48; DU14876. 

WHITMAN, WiHiam C. 
The Romanis of Greenwich Village. C2380. 
SEE Panetta, George. 

WHIT SON, CLARE HARRINGTON. 
The dragon's breath, an operetta for boys 
in two acts. Illustrations by Robley 
Edward Whitson. Boston, Boston Music Co., 
cl948. 56 p. illus. © The Boston Music 
Co.; 18Mar48; DP13763. 

WHITTAKER, LUCIENNE. 
The butler, by Lucienne Paul Bonheur 
[pseud.] 51 leaves. [Film script] © Lu- 
cienne Whittaker; Ic 15Jan48; DU12400. 

WHITTINGHILL, Dick. SEE Whittinghill, 
Noral E. 

WHITTINGHILL, NORAL E. 
Baby sitter program. [Radio script] 

© Noral E. Whittinghill; Ic 26Jan48; 

DU12600. 
Musical bingo, by Dick Whittinghill and 

Harold Hopper. [Radio script] © Dick 

Whittinghill, Harold Hopper; Ic 8Jun48; 

DU15202. 

WHO am I? C2237. SEE Thornburgh, 
Vernon S. 

WHO are the weavers. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. The best one-act plays, 
1947-1948. AA83794. 

WHO picked Mrs. Flower? SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

THE WHOLE world can drop dead. DU12590. 
SEE Russell, Bene. 

WHOM the gods favor. DU13200. SEE 
Phelan, Raymond Anthony. 

THE WHOOPSTARS. DU12849. SEE Hark- 
rider, John. 

WHO'S next? C2336. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 



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WHO'S who. DU14319. SEE Jones, George 
Chadwick. 

WHY housewives have no whiskers. DU14947. 
SEE Reader's Digest— Radio Edition, no. 117. 

WHY is modern art? C2556. SEE Riley, 
Maude Kemper. 

WHY men marry. DU13994. SEE Malawick, 
Irene. 

WHY mothers get gray. SEE Quinlan, Mary 
Eva. Plays for early teens. DP12792. 

WHY the Fine Arts Television Corporation? 
C2593. SEE Specht, Paul L. 

WHY the goldfish always sighs. SEE Boyle, 
James Ralph. The mighty magic mandarin. 
C2026. 

WHY the great granddaddy of all cats got mad 
at the great granddaddy of all mice. SEE 
Smith, Robert Gordon. Just between us, 
script no. 3. DU14982. 

WHY worry. DU1210&. SEE Rosenberg, 
Theresa. 

V.aCKEY, LAWRENCE. 
Sinner's lament, a play in three acts, by 
Lawrence Wickey and Paul Goldman. 
© Lawrence Wickey, Paul Goldman; Ic 
4Feb48; DU12745. 
Tomorrow's paradise. DU14059. SEE 
Goldman, Paul. 

WICKSTEED, KITTY. 
Trousseau for Phyllis, a play in one act. 
London, English Theatre Guild [1948]. 
20 p. illus. (Guild one act library) 
© Kitty Wicksteed (Mrs. Kitty Morris); 
5May48; DP15068. 

WIDDER, GEORGE McALISTER. 
Lee and Lester, a 15-minute running conti- 
nuity. 2d week. © George McAlister 
Widder; Ic 20May48; DU14820. 

THE WIDOW wanted another. DU15215. SEE 
Singer, Jack. 

THE V/IDOW'S mite. DP13514. SEE Sundelof- 
Asbrand, Karin. 

WIEDERSEHEN. DU12407. SEE Novelli, 
Gastone. 

WIENER Operettenverlag G.m.b.H. 
Alt-Wien. DP14708. SEE Lanner, Joseph 

Franz Karl. 
Ein Glas Sekt. DP14709. SEE Nachmann, 
Kurt. 

V/IERE, HARRY VETTER. 
The portrait of Marilyna; script for a 
motion picture. 37 leaves. © Harry V. 
Wiere; Ic 26Apr48; DU14182. 

A WIFE between us. DU13362. SEE Camp, 
Joseph Clinton. 

VaLBUR, Franklin M. 
Hidden talent. DU14179. SEE Huston, 
Jacquelin B. 

WILBUR takes his medicine. DP15339. 
SEE Payton, Donald. 

'VILCOX, CULVER. 
The shepherds' day after Christmas. Future 
Farmers of America broadcast, Dec. 26, 
1947. © Culver Wilcox; Ic 20Apr48; 
DU14058. 



'VILCOX, Richard French. 
Maiden venture. DU14324. 
Angus Alexander. 



SEE Bailey, 



WILDE, Percival. 
What never dies. SEE Eastman, Fred, ed. 
One-act plays of spiritual power. DP15231. 

WILDER, MARION. 
A March Christmas Eve, a dramatization in 
one act of the Christmas scenes from 
Louisa M. Alcott's "Little women." 
© Marion Wilder; Ic 19Dec47; DU12591. 

WILDER, THORNTON NIVEN. 
The flight into Egypt. SEE Eastman, Fred, 

ed. <^e-act plays of spiritual power. 

DP15231. 
The unerring instinct, a play in one act, for 

the Conference on Christians and Jews. 

© Thornton N. Wilder; Ic 5Jan48; DU12866. 

WILDER MAN, LOUIS H. 
Star Chamber, a play in three acts. © Louis 
H. Wilderman; Ic 27Jan48; DU12925. 

THE WILDEST creature that ever lived. 
C2169. SEE Washington, Frederick. 

WILDING PICTURE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The birth of a motor star; scenario of a 
sound motion picture prepared for Tucker. 
Written by A. L. Weeks. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 10May48; 
C2577. 

Bonus business; prepared for Atlas Supply 
Company. [Film script] by Morgan W. 
Gibney. © Wilding Kcture Productions, 
inc.; ^Ic 23Jun48; DU15333. 

Bring 'em back again and again; scenario 
for a sound slide-film prepared for Mont- 
gomery Ward by Joseph H. Cole. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 19Jan48; 
DU12645. 

The car of the year — years ahead! A black 
and white sound slidefilm for the Ford 
Motor Company, by Stewart M. Cram. 
[Film script] © Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 23Jun48; C2760. 

Care cuts cost, script for a sound slide film 
on the care and maintenance of Off -the - 
road tires. Presented by Goodyear; written 
by Anthony A. Sassano. © Wildir^ Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 26Apr48; C2558. 

Convincing Elwood, presented by Norge Di- 
vision, Borg-Warner Corporation. Film 
script prepared by Harry Grabow. © Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 19Jan48; 
DU12650. 

The Davenport Works, scenario for a sound 
motion picture prepared for The Aluminum 
Company of America, by Donald N. Shepherd. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
20Feb48; C2228. 

Dividends on stock, an autoslide picture 
story; a presentation of the Parts & Acces- 
sories Department, Ford Motor Company. 
An adaptation of stock control motion 
picture script, "The money on the shelf." 
Script by Fred Grady. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 26Apr48; DU14357. 

Everything under control; scenario for a 
sound motion picture prepared for Hotpoint, 
inc., by Joseph H. Cole. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 19Jan48; DU12847. 

Ford television short subjects; final checking 
scripts prepared for the Ford Motor Com- 
pany, by Bruce Henry. Contents: — Scoo^! 
First telecast of the new Ford. — Now it s 
here, the car of the year. — Big news, big 
car. — Safe at home. — Hit of the year. — 
Riding amidships. © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 23Jun48; C2757. 

Free for all; film script prepared for Stand- 
ard Oil Comjaany (Indiana) by James P. 
Prindle in. ® Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.; Ic 19Jan48; DU12343. 

From feed to fame; scenario of a sound 
slidefilm prepared for Fillsbury Mills, inc.. 
Feed and Soy Division, by Bruce Henry. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
19Jan48; DU12649. 



The girl who upped her sales; scenario for 
a sound slide-film, prepared for Mont- 
gomery Ward by Joseph H. Cole. © Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 19Ian48; 
DU12644. 

In balance; presented by the Burroughs 
Adding Machine Company. [Film script] 
by Gordon Miller. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 23Jun48; DU15332. 

It s a breeze, a sound slide film, prepared 
for American Coolair Corporation. Script 
by Don Shepherd. © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 26Apr48; DU14356. 

A letter from America; a public relations 
motion picture presented by the Goodyear 
Tire and Rubber Company. Script by Leo S. 
Rosencrans. © Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc.; c 23Jun48; DU15330. 

Lucky eleven— it's a natural! Scenario for 
a sound slidefilm prepared for Hiram 
Walker by Harry Grabow. © Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc.; Ic 10May48; 
DU14527. 

Managed marketing; scenario of a sound 
motion picture prepared for Hotpoint by 
Albert L. Weeks. © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 19Jan48; DU12648. 

Micky Flynn; scenario of a film designed to 
attract prospects to the mechanics trade. 
Pre.sented by Plymouth Motors. Writers: 
Gordon Miller and Tony Sassano. © Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 10Mav48; 
DU14530. 

Miracle maker; script for a sound motion 
picture prepared for the Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, by Morgan W. Gibney. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
20Feb48; DU13073. 

More sor your money; master scenario for 
a sound motion picture in kodachrome for 
the Kroger Company, by Leon Kreger. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
23Jun48; DU15331. 

Nine out of ten; script for a sound slide 
film, prepared for The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co. by Joseph H. Cole. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 5Apr48; 
DU13841. 

The 1949 front end suspension (wheel align- 
ment) A sound- silent slidefilm prepared 
for the Service Department, Ford Motor 
Company. [Film Script] by Fred Grady. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
23Jun48; C2758. 

Off -the -road tires, a script for a sound 
slide film presenting Goodyear 's Off-the- 
road tires. Presented by Goodyear. 
Written by Anthony A. Sassano. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 26Apr48; 
C2557. 

Open your eyes; script of a film presented 
by the Parts and Accessories Department 
of The Ford Motor Company. By Gordon 
Miller. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.; Ic 5Apr48; DU13842. 

Oregon and its natural resources; the sce- 
nario for a three-reel sound motion picture, 
to be produced for U. S. Bureau of Mines, 
Dept. of the Interior. Sponsored by the 
Richfield Oil Corp. Script by Joseph H. 
Cole. © Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; 
Ic 5Apr48; C2554. 

The perfect combination; scenario of a sound 
slide-motion prepared for Norge, by A. A. 
Sassano. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.; Ic 19Jan48; DU13115. 

The perfect combination; scenario of a sound 
slidefilm prepared for Norge, by A. A. 
Sassano. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.; Ic 19Jan48; DU12653. 

Promises we live by; scenario of a sound 
motion picture prepared for the Continental 
Illinois National Bank and Trust Company 
of Chicago, by James P. Prindle, HI. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
19Jan48; DU12646. 

Retail selling; scenario of a sound motion 
picture prepared for Coopers. Written by 



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WILDING PICTURE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Cont'd. 
Albert L. Weeks. © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 10May48; DU14528. 

Retail selling; scenario of a sound slidefilm 
prepared for Coopers. Script by Albert L. 
Weeks. © Wilding Picture Pt-oductions, 
inc.; Ic 10May48; DU14526. 

Shockproof shipping; scenario for a sound 
motion picture prepared for the O. C. 
Duryea Corporation, by J. H. Mayne. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
23Jun48; C2759. 

Signs of good times, script for a 10-minute 
theatrical short, prepared for Greyhound 
Lines by Beaumont and Hohman, inc. and 
Wilding Kcture Productions, inc. Written 
by Leo S. Rosencrans. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 10May48; DU14529. 

So you want thrills! Scenario for a sound 
motion picture prepared for Dodge Division, 
Chrysler Corporation, by L. S. Rosencrans. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
19Jan48; DU12651. 

The sugar plum tree, script for a film pre- 
sented by John Deere. Written by Leo S. 
Rosencrans. © Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 26Apr48; DU14358. 

Take care; scenario of a sound slidefilm in 
color, prepared for Armour by A. L. 
Weeks. © Wilding Kcture Productions, 
inc.; Ic 5Apr48; DU13843. 

That farm-fresh flavor, scenario of a sound 
motion picture prepared for Armour and 
Company, by A. L. Weeks. © Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc.; Ic 20Feb48; C2227. 

Thawing Uncle Jonathon; script for a sound 
slidefilm. A presentation of Norge Divi- 
sion, Borg-Warner Corporation, written by 
Harry Grabow. ® Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 20Feb48; DU13072. 

Tom McClintock, defendant; script for a 
sound slidefilm. A presentation of Norge 
Division, Borg-Warner Corporation, written 
by Harry Grabow. © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 20Feb48; DU13074. 

The warm-up, script for a sound slide film 
prepared for Norge, by Anthony A. Sassano. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
20Feb48; DU13070. 

Washington and its natural resources; the 
scenario for a three-reel sound motion 
picture to be produced for U. S. Bureau of 
Mines, Dept. of the Interior. Sponsored by 
the Richfield Oil Corp. Script by Joseph H. 
Cole. © Wilding F*icture F>roductions, inc.; 
Ic 5Apr48; C2553. 

Where our money goes; the scenario for a 
sound motion- picture version of the annual 
report for 1947, prepared for Union Oil 
Company of California, by Joseph H. Cole. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
20Feb48; DU13071. 

The wise choice; scenario for a sound motion 
picture produced for Dearborn Motors, 
written by Joe Mayne. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 19Jan48; DU12652. 

WILDT, JOHANNfiS. 
Life is for to-morrow! The passionate 
hours of Modest Petrovitch Moussorgsky. 
A screen play by Jean Lagarde [pseud.] In 
four parts, with prologue and epilogue. 
Provisionally tr. from the French by the 
author. © Johannes Wildt; Ic 13Jan48; 
DU13687. 

V/ILKINSON, Catherine Ellis. SEE Carstens, 
Catherine Ellis Wilkinson. 

WILL. DU14110. SEE Monnier, Charles 
Martin. 

WILL Clayton' s gold. DU15227. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2397-1622. 

WILL o' the wisp. DU15023. SEE McCurdey, 
Catharine Miller. 



THE WILLIAM F. Hennigan presentation. 
SEE Harkrider, John. Green Table, U. S. A. 
DU12840. 



WILLIAM Shakespeare. DU14289. 
Jordan, Philip Harding. 



SEE 



WILLIAMS, ALBERT NATHANIEL. 
David, a drama in three acts and an epilogue. 
© Albert N. Williams; Ic 10Jun48; DU15161. 

WILLIAMS, BARRE D. 
Robin Hood, a new libretto in three acts. 
© Century Library, inc.; Ic 10Dec47; 
DU12480. 

WILLIAMS, Bernice W. 
Ah men! DU14271. SEE Salzman, Frances 
Klenett. 

WILLIAMS, Bransby. 
Character sketches from Charles Dickens. 
DP12777. SEE Jones-Evans, Eric. 

WILLIAMS, Bronson. 
Seven thunders. DU15357. SEE White, 
Robertson. 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN EVERITT. 
An oyster on the Cimmerian shore, a play in 
three acts. © Edwin Everitt Williams; Ic 
26Nov47; DU12111. 

WILLIAMS, Edwina D. 
The glass menagerie. DP13549. SEE Wil- 
liams, Tennessee. 

WILLIAMS, ELAINE. 
Stopping at the New Yorker. Script for a 
new radio program. © Elaine Williams; 
Ic 13Jan48; DU12328. 

WILLIAMS, James. 
Fame Field. DU12839. SEE Harkrider, John. 

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH LEON. 
Hoot Nanny, a dramatic composition. 
9 leaves. © Joseph Leon Williams; Ic 
14Apr48; DU14005. 

WILLIAMS, Marie Faith. SEE Great Adven- 
tures (Radio program) 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT JOHN. 
I was a drunkard. [Lecture] © Robert John 
Williams; Ic 2Apr48; C2391. 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT VERNE. 
Two on the isle, a musical comedy in two 
acts, by R. V. Williams and J. J. Haberman. 
[Text only] © The Cornell Octogon Club; 
Ic 12May48; DU15273. 

WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. 

The glass menagerie; play in two acts. Act- 
ing ed. [New York] Dramatists Play 
Service [1948]. 64 p. illus. ©Tennessee 
Williams, Edwina D. Williams; 3Mar48; on 
revisions; DP13549. Prev. reg. 13Mar45, 
D unp. 92631; 31Jul45, D pub. 94553. 

A streetcar named Desire. [A play. New 
York] New Directions [1947]. 171 p. 
© Tennessee Williams; 22Dec47; A21658. 
Prev. reg. 5Apr47; D unp. 8500. 

Summer and smoke, a play in a prologue 
and 15 scenes. © Tennessee Williams; Ic 
16Apr48; DU14138. 

Summer and smoke, a play in a prologue and 
12 scenes. Revised version. © Tennessee 
Williams; Ic 4May48; DU14340. 

WILLIAMSON, ANN LOUISE 
Animal capers, a musical sketch for the 
upper elementary grades. Cincinnati, 
Willis Music Co., cl948, 26 p. © The 
WiUis Music Co.; 6Apr48; DP14243. 



WILLIAMSON, Scott Graham. 
Who are the weavers. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

WILLIE. DU12500. SEE Stevers, Richard. 

WILLINGS, ERIC. 
Vintage '93, a comedy in one act for five 
women, by Eric Willing s and Conrad Carter. 
London, S. French [1947]. 23 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 43) © Samuel 
French, ltd.; lDec47; DP12762. 

WILLIS, EDITH H. 
Easter at Galilee, a Lenten drama for chan- 
cel or stage, by Edith H. Willis and Edith 
Ellsworth. Boston, Baker's Plays [1948]. 
30 p. illus. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
24Apr48; DP14246. 

WILLIS, ROY EDWARD. 
The Democratic pink horse; one of the four 
world principles. [Lecture] © Roy E. 
WiUis; Ic 6May48; C2578. 

WILLIS Music Company. 
Animal capers. DP14243. SEE Williamson, 

Ann Louise. 
Behind castle walls. DP13387. SEE Mayo, 
Ruth Roloff. 

WILLOCK, RUTH. 
A little thing like love, a one-act comedy, by 
Ruth Willock and Hattie May Pavlo. Based 
on a short story of the same title by Ruth 
Willock. © Ruth Willock, Hattie May Pavlo; 
Ic 21Jun48; DU15282. 

WILLS. SEE Spencer, Albert E. Estates in 
land. C2211. 

WILLY Nilly, the sorcerer's apprentice. 
DU14892. SEE Reinhart, Robert. Three 
sketches. 

WILMS, Jewell Freeman. 
Azilee and Suzie. DU14014. SEE Brown, 
Ruby Freeman. 

WILSON, ALAN. 
Hollywood giveaway, a one-acter. © Alan 
Wilson; Ic 12Apr48; DU13943. 

WILSON, Dorothy Clarke. 
Sergeant Smith returns. SEE Eastman, Fred, 
ed. One-act plays of spiritual power. 
DP15231. 

WILSON, GILBERT BROWN. 
The white whale, a modern opera in three 
acts, by Gil Wilson. An interpretation of 
Herman Melville's "Moby Dick'' in con- 
temporary terms. [Text only] © Gilbert 
Brown Wilson; Ic 9Apr48; DU13922. 

WILSON, Jens Victor. 
Papa's white gloves. DU13370. SEE KjeruU, 
Ajcel. 

WILSON, RICHARD GORDON. 
Tone-test, a novel radio program. Descrip- 
tion, instructions and script. © Richard G. 
Wilson; Ic 5Mar48; C2253. 



WINANT, Murray. 
It's fun to be neat. DU15349. 
Sylvia. 



SEE Winant, 



V^nNANT, SYLVIA. 
It' s fun to be neat. 



Script by Sylvia Winant 



and Murray V/inant; music by Winston 
Sharpies. [Text and music on separate 
leaves. For recordir^] © Winant Pro- 
ductions, inc., Ic 26May48; DU15349, 

WINANT Productions, inc 
It's fun to be neat. DU15349. SEE Winant, 
Sylvia. 



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WINBURN, Bess Jones. 
Iseult. DU13891. SEE Dawson, James 
Baxter. 

THE WIND in the willows. DU13003. SEE 
Corcoran, Robert John. 

THE WIND is ninety.. DU13758. SEE Kraft 
Television Theatre, no. 45. 

THE WIND that blows no good. DU14406. 
SEE Doctor's Orders, no. 2. 

WINDERMERE, Louise There se. 
Excess baggage. DU14343. SEE Stewart, 
Ida Irma. 

WINDHAM, VERBIS SANDERS. 
Coming in two by two, a screen play in two 
acts. © Verbie Sanders Windham; Ic 
10May48; DU14468. 

THE WINDING road. DU15147. SEE Brown, 
Frederick. 

THE WINDOW cleaners. DU13227. SEE 
Rogoff, Elias M. 

WINDOW- shopping. C2292. SEE Lewton, 
Samuel Momrod. 

THE WINDS of Carbajal. DU15176. SEE 
Robinson, David. 

WINEHOUSE, mWIN. 
Ernie, the elf, from the land of Musicola. 
[Continuity] © Irwin Winehouse; Ic 
22Apr48; DU14146. 
One may challenge, an original play in three 
acts. © Irwin Winehouse; Ic 30Mar48; 
DU13684. 

V/INEMAN, Selma. 
The television nurse and the Gookin family 
in "Health is funny." DU12806. SEE 
Weisman, Clara. 

WINER, BART KEITH. 
Autumn fever, a comedy in three acts, by 
Bart Winer and Wallace Brockway. 
© Bart Keith Winer, Wallace Brockway; 
Ic 10Feb48; DU12842. 

WING, PAUL. 
The wedding of the princess. Recording 
script, four sides. Story by Paul Wing, 
music and lyrics by Robert Mayberry. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Paul Wing, Robert Mayberry; Ic 
12Mar48; DU13530. 

WINNER take all. DU13560. SEE Sulloway, 
Alvah Woodbury. 

WINNER takes life. DU15244. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 564. 

WINNER'S circle. DU14872. SEE Dr. Chris- 
tian, no. 494. 

WINNING six guns. DU12688. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2236-1561. 

WINSHIP, Richard S. 
How to beautify your windows. DU14224. 
SEE Ludlum, Stuart D. 

WINSLOW, R. P., pseud. SEE Schwarz, 
Gottwald. 

THE WINSLOW boy. DP13878. SEE Rattigan, 
Terence. 

WINTER, Ezra. 
Glory goal. DU12555. SEE Harkrider, John. 

WINTER, Kent. 
Escape into danger. DU14345. SEE Latham, 
Paul. 



WINTER, Lumen. 
All American sportarama. DU12559. SEE 
Harkrider, John. 

WINTER, RUDOLPH THEODORE. 
The Arbor girls, a comedy in three acts. 
© Rudolph Theo. Winter; Ic 17Feb48; 
DU13084. 

WIPPLER, JOSEPH F. 
New look recording. 1 leaf. © Joseph F. 
Wippler; Ic ljun48; C2725. 

THE WIRE-haired terrier. DU13855. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 524. 

WISCONSIN'S heritage. SEE Speer Schneider, 
Ethel. Christmas through the ages. DP14481. 

THE WISE choice. DU12652. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

A WISE -Crack. SEE Games, Nello Runee. 
Un celui qui ritorque de I'fafonde. DU14403. 

WISE folly. DP12759. SEE Wright, Joseph F. 

THE WISE have not spoken. DP12120, 
DU13125. SEE Carroll, Paul Vincent. 

A WISH for Elizabeth. DU13267. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 480. 

WISHENGRAD, Morton. 
The Eternal Light. SEE The Eternal Light 

(Radio program) 
The thief and the hangman. SEE Eastman, 

Fred, ed. One-act plays of spiritual 

power. DP15231. 

WIT; Stuges; Props. C2448. SEE Rogoff, 
Elias M. Humorology, no. 11-13. 

THE WITCH of Nidaros. DU12660. SEE Dunn, 
John Edward. 

WITCHES' brood. DP14474. SEE Miller, 
Daniel Bridges. 

WITCHES' Sabbath. DU13633. SEE Manning, 
Mary. 

THE WITCH'S tale. SEE Weingarten, Aaron. 
Countess Cagliari. DU12174. 

WITH an English accent. DU13048. SEE 
First Nighter, Oct. 4, 1947. 

WITH appetite. DU13547. SEE Goldman, Leo. 

WITH H. C. Andersen in the land of memory. 
DU13697. SEE Sandby, Alfhild Finch (Myhr). 

WITH the comii^ of dawn. DU13622. SEE 
Filler, Agnes Emberson. 

WITNESS for the Crown. DU13828. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 522. 

WIT'S end. C2019. SEE Bennett, Donn H. 

THE WIVES of Victor Melling. DU13340. 
SEE Donnelly, Hugh Robert Allen. 

WODEHOUSE, Pelham Grenville. 
Don't listen, ladies. DU14273. SEE Bolton, 
Guy Reginald. 

WOHLMAN, lEHUDA LEIB. 
Ruth. Libretto for opera. 3 7 leaves. [Yid- 
dish text] © lehuda Leib Wohlman; Ic 
9Feb48; DU13819, 

WOLF, Arnold J. 
Ring around a Haman. DP12940. SEE 
Borowitz, Eugene B. 

THE WOLF of Gubbio. DU14972. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 



THE WOLF pack. DU13839. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2363-1588. 

WOLF tracks. DU14732. SEE Bennett, 
Rebecca Maria. 

WOLF with sheepskin. DU13053. SEE First 
Nighter, Oct. 18, 1947. 

WOLFE, Thomas. 
Look homeward, angel. SEE Hutner, Her- 
bert Hart. Believe yourself. DU12419. 

WOLFF, William Jordan. 
Echoes frorr Broadway. DU14693. SEE 
Condylis, Paul. 

WOLFSON, Victor. 
Dreamboat. DU13414. SEE Unger, Stella. 

THE WOMAN detective and the stolen jewels. 
DU13300. SEE Reader's Digest— Radio 
Edition, no. 103. 

THE WOMAN I love. DU12280. SEE Wood, 
Douglas. 

THE WOMAN in black. DU14688. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 858. 

WOMAN of Galilee. DU13022. SEE Richard- 
son, Eos Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible 
women. 

WOMAN of Samaria. DU13033. SEE Richard- 
son, Eos Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible 
women. 

WOMAN of steel. DU15243. SEE The Caval- 
cade of America, no. 562. 

THE WOMAN who couldn't come home. 
DU12396. SEE Reader's Digest— Radio 
Edition, no. 96. 

WOMAN with lilies. DU14517. SEE Tread - 
well, Sophie. 

THE WOMAN with red hair. DU13632. SEE 
Locke, Sam David. 

WOMAN'S Club of Madison, Wis. 
Script written for the centennial program. 
DU15260. SEE Burling, Marion Van Velzer. 

A WOMAN'S privilege. SEE Mayorga, Mar-, 
garet (Gardner), ed. The best one-act 
plays, 1947-1948. AA83794. 

A WOMAN'S vengeance. DU13752. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Mar. 22, 1948. 

WOMEN! C2327. SEE Handy Qam) Organi- 
zation, inc. 

WOMEN in a crisis. DU13634. SEE Larkin, 
Arthur. 

THE WONDERBIRD. DU14270. SEE Stephens, 
Peter John. 

WONDERFUL day with Jim Conway. C2459- 
2460. SEE Gingrich, Harold. 

won't you lie down? DU14073. SEE MiUer, 
Albert G. 

WOOD, DOUGLAa 
The woman I love, an historical drama in 
three acts, prologue and epilogue, by 
Douglas Wood and Carlos Drake. © Doug- 
las Wood, Carlos Corey Drake; Ic 7Jan48; 
DU12280. 

WOOD, GEORGE. 

The lady's at work, a musical revue, in 
two acts and 28 scenes. [Text only] 
© George Wood; Ic 13Apr48; DU13999. 

Out in Indiana, a drama in three acts. 
© George Wood; Ic 13Apr48; DU13998. 



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WOOD, JOHN ARGYL. 

Pearly Mae. [Continuity] © John Argyl 
Wood; Ic ljun48; DU15277. 

WOODHOUSE, HENRY. 

Extraordinary discoveries. DU12888. SEE 
Historic Arts Association. 

The homes of famous Americans. DU13082, 
SEE Historic Arts Association. 

Junior's world; Mom and Dad look ahead, A 
dramatic composition. 18 leaves. © Henry 
Woodhouse; Ic 15Apr48; DU14006. 

Pageantry of fashion, and famous queens of 
fashion. DU13083. SEE Historic Arts 
Association. 

Paris celebrates two thousand years of prog- 
ress. DU13419. SEE Historic Arts Asso- 
ciation. 

WOODRUFF-Montague, Edna. SEE Montague, 
Edna Woodruff. 

WOODWORTH, MYRON GALE. 
Torch of the middle spaces, a play in three 
acts, by Richard Woodworth. Based on 
"The hump," a play by Richard Woodworth 
and Howard Marshall. © Myron Gale 
(Richard Woodworth); Ic 9Apr48; DU13900. 

WOODWORTH, Richard. SEE Woodworth, 
Myron Gale. 

WOOLF, Virginia (Stephen) 
Mrs. Dalloway. DU14097. SEE Dowling, 
Arthur Joseph. 

WOOLFOLK, Dorothy. 
Guilty or not guilty. DU14168. SEE Fletcher, 
Helen Jill. 

THE WORD God as a symbol of the strength- 
ened good determination. C2548. SEE Sharon, 
James H. 

WORD-pix. C2425. SEE Green, Charles 
Anthony. 

WORKMAN, WILLIAM R, 
The gooby-walk man. [Continuity] © Wil- 
liam R. Workman; Ic 15Apr48; DU14010. 

A WORLD in itself. DU15067. SEE Eells, 
George. 

THE WORLD of Claudia Wells. DU12423- 
12424. SEE Golden, Myron. 

A WORLD of his own. DU14137. SEE Kusell, 
Daniel. 

A WORLD to build. DU12813. SEE Bernfeld, 
Rose Morris. 

THE WORLD'S great stories. DU13777. SEE 
Lichtenberg, Leo. 

THE WORLD'S greatest lover. DU14219. 
SEE Morgenstern, Richard. 

WORLDWIDE banking. C2409. SEE Armanino, 
Dominic Carl. 

WORLD-WIDE Radio Productions, inc. 
We are caUing you. DU14232. SEE Klngs- 
bery, Em.iiy. 

THE WORM turns. SEE Quinto, Eleanor 
Marie Bear. Metamorphic. DU13077. 

WORM'S eye view. DP13508. SEE Delder- 
field, R. F. 

WORTHINGTON, Eunice Irene. 
The V/orthington system of personnel selec- 
tion and placement. C2201, C2392. SEE 
Worthington, Richard Ellis. 

WORTHINGTON, RICHARD ELLIS. 
The Worthington system of personnel selec- 



tion and placement; lecture no. 2. Pt. 1 
of the scoring manual. © Richard Ellis 
Worthington, Eunice Irene Worthington; 
Ic 8Dec47; C2201. 
The Worthington system of personnel selec- 
tion and placement. Lecture no. 3 and 
Part 2 of the Scoring manual, with intro- 
duction to interpretation. © Richard Ellis 
Worthington, Eunice Irene Worthington; 
Ic 5Apr48; C2392. 

THE WORTHINGTON system of personnel 
selection and placement. C2201, C2392. SEE 
Worthington, Richard ElUs. 

WRIGHT, Ann. SEE Decker, Ann Wright. 

WRIGHT, JOSEPH F. 
Wise folly, a play in one act. London, 
S. French [1947]. 22 p. Ulus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 204) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 17Dec47; DP12759. 

WRIGHT, MARGARET. 
L'heure exquise, a comedy in three acts. 
© Mary Margaret Ellen Magdalene Wright; 
Ic 10Feb48; on revisions; DU12858. Prev. 
reg. 10Sep20, D55463; 230ct47, D11311. 

WRIGHT, Mary Margaret Ellen Magdalene. 
SEE Wright, Margaret. 

WRITE a song. DU14102. SEE Waters, 
James F. 

A WRITER in the family. DU14760. SEE 
First Nighter, Jan. 29, 1948. 

WU-chi, Liu. SEE Liu, Wu-chi. 

WULFF, ROBERT GROOS. 
Chick Groos no. 1, a monologue for radio, 

by Chick Groos [pseud. 1 © Robert G. 

Wulff; Ic 5Apr48; C2397. 
Gross business; [radio] episode no. 1, by 

Chick Groos [pseud.] © Robert G. Wulff; 

Ic 19Jan48; C2005. 

WURL, EMILY SPRAGUE. 

Rahel o Fon, a play in three acts. © Emily 
Sprague Wurl; Ic 7May48; DU14418. 

Reachin' for the moon, a sentimental comedy 
in one act. Madison, Wisconsin Idea 
Theatre [1947] cl948. 19 p. At head of 
title: Special creative section from the 
Wisconsin Idea Theatre quarterly, Feb. . 
1947, © Emily Sprague Wurl; 26Jan47 (in 
notice: 1948); DP14479. 

Reachin' for the moon, a sentimental play 
in one act. © Emily Sprague Wurl; Ic 
13Feb48; DU12897. 

WYLIE, MAX. 
The fundamental George, a new comedy in 
two acts, by Max Wylie and John C. Gibbs. 
© Max Wylie, John C. Gibbs; Ic 17Jun48; 
DU15251. 

WYMAN, Dorothy. 
Who picked Mrs. Flower? SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret (Gardner), ed. Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday. DP13966. 

WYMAN, JOEL. 
A flying mare, a play in three acts. © Joel 
Wyman; Ic 30Apr48; DU14283. 

WYMAN, JUSTUS E. 
The portrait of Molon, a play in three acts. 
© Justus E. Wyman; Ic 24Feb48; DU13152. 

WYNKOOP, Albro George, Jr., pseud. SEE 
Benton, Richard Edmund. 

WYNN, Ted, pseud. SEE Rfister, Edwyn 
Eugene. 



-X - 

XANTHO, Peter, pseud. SEE Xanthopoulo, 
Panayotis Achilles. 

XANTHOPOULO, PANAYOTIS ACHILLES. 
I love you twice, a comedy in three acts, 
by Peter Xantho[ pseud.] © Peter Xantho; 
Ic 3Jun48; DU15d99. 
Rolling stones, a play in three acts, by 
Peter Xantho [pseud.] © Peter Xantho; Ic 
'^2Apr48; on revisions; DU14161. Prev. 
reg. "This side of Broadway;" 4May42; 
D80101. 

XAVIER University, Cincinnati. 
The drama of the United Nations. DU13822. 
SEE Stern, Alan. 



- Y- 

YABLONSKI, Joseph. 
Three on a match. DU14495. SEE Yablon- 
ski, Margaret. 

YABLONSKI, MARGARET. 

Letter from home, a play in three acts. 
© Margaret Yablonski; Ic 8Jun48; DU15130. 

Three on a match, a play in three acts, by 
Margaret and Joseph Yablonski. © Mar- 
garet Yablonski, Josef-h Yablonski; Ic 
14Apr48; DU14495. 

YALE, ELSIE DUNCAN. 

The Bethlehem givers, a Christmas cantata 
for youth choirs, in three acts. Text and 
lyrics by Elsie Duncan Yale, music by 
B. D. Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind., Rode- 
heaver Hall-Mack Co., cl947. 24 p. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; 7Nov47; DP12322. 

The Easter heritage; or, The heritage. An 
Easter cantata [in two acts] by Elsie 
Duncan Yale. Music by A. H. Ackley 
[and others] Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack Co., cl948. 24 p. © The Rode- 
heaver Co.; lMar48; DP13568. 

Happy landing, a Christmas cantata in three 
acts, by Elsie Duncan Yale; music by A. H. 
Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver 
HaU-Mack Co., ^1947. 24 p. © Rode- 
heaver Co.; 20Nov47; DP12323. 

Ye are my witnesses, a pageant for Easter, 
by Elsie Duncan Yale. Music by A. H. 
Ackley [and B. D. Ackley] Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall- Mack Co., cl948. 
24 p. © The Rodeheaver Co.; lMar48; 
DP13567. 

YALE University Dramatic Association. In 
the clover. DU14001. SEE Flink, Stanley 
Edgar. 

YANG, T SUN- PIN. 
An emperor's tragedy, a Chinese historical 
play in five acts, by Yang Tsun-pin; tr. by 
Liu Wu-chi. © Wu-chi Liu; Ic 14Jun48; 
DU15201. 

YBARROLA, LUIS^FABRELLAS. 
Olimpiada mitologica, los juegos olimpicos 
en Atenas heroica. ^Epope^a cinematogra- 
fica, argumento guion y dialogos, por Luis 
Fabrellas Ybarrola y Maria-Rosa Obeda. 
113 leaves. © Luis Fabrellas Ybarrola, 
Maria-Rosa Ubeda Rodriguez; Ic lDec47; 
DU12151. 

YE are my witnesses. DP13567. SEE Yale, 
Elsie Duncan. 

YE Olde Reliable, Tried and True, We Won't 
Do You Booking Agency. DU13463. SEE 
Schmidt, Mae Doelling. 

YEAGER, KENNETH ABBOTT. 
Shall we merge? A musical play in two acts. 



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by Ken Yeager, Bob Chase, and Bob Ashen- 
hurst. [Text only] © Kenneth Abbott 
Yeager, Robert W. Chase, Robert L. Ashen- 
hurst; Ic 25Mar48; DU13596. 

THE YEARLING. DU12873. SEE L-ux Radio 
Theatre, Jan. 19, 1948. 

THE YEARS between. DP12758. SEE 
Du Maurier, Daphne. 

THE YELLOW dwarf. DU13489. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Feb. 7, 1948. 

THE YELLOW medicine. DU13420. SEE 
Morris, Gouverneur. 

YER grandmother sells rock candy. DU12426. 
SEE Allen, Dayton. 

YES, if you catch me in the barn. DU13373. 
SEE Loughrey, Jonathan. 

DIE YEST. SEE Benelli, Sem. La cena delle 
beffe. DU14105. 

YIELD of the fountain. DU14222. SEE Walsh, 
Frederick George. 

YINGILE Bingile. DU12499. SEE Bizman, 
Irving E. 

YOMOYDON. DU12889. SEE Horton, 
Andrew W. 

YOU can dream, can't you? DU14282. SEE 
Layne, Leene & Greene^ 

YOU can't know everything. DP13760. SEE 
Gaily, Marea Lambert. 

YOU can't pick 'em all. DU13062. SEE 
Garza, Ernest Ralph. 

YOU poor sucker. DU14302. SEE Pek, 
Desider P. 

YOU tell me to sing. DU13915. SEE Temple, 
Norman. 

YOU, the private eye. DU15205. SEE Low- 
ther, George Francis. 

YOUDALE, KENNETH HUDSON. 
Hitting the headline s, a musical play in two 
acts, by Kenneth Hudson Youdale and Glenn 
Julian Marks. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Kenneth Hudson Youdale, Glenn 
Julian Marks; Ic 16Feb48; DU13020. 

YOUNG, EFFIE. 
Thunder over Broadway, a play in three 
acts. © Effie Young; Ic 16Jan48; DU12494. 

YOUNG, HOWARD IRVING. 
Holiday for a husband, a comedy in three 

acts. © Howard Irving Young; Ic 15Mar48; 

DU13627. 
There's always the river, a drama of the 

night, in three acts. © Howard Irving 

Young; Ic 15Mar48; DU13626. 

YOUNG, Jo. SEE Young, Joseph Wozencraft. 

YOUNG, John M. SEE The Right to Happiness 
(Radio program) 

YOUNG, JOSEPH WOZENCRAFT. 
Grant, go to heU! A play in one act, by Jo 
Young. © Joseph Wozencraft Young; Ic 
25May48; DU15004. 

YOUNG, Rida Qohnson). 
Nai^hty Marietta. DU15234. SEE Herbert, 
Victor. 

YOUNG, WILLIAM BERTRAM. 
The love holdup, a dramatic composition in 



three acts. © William Bertram Young; Ic 
19Jan48; DU12635. 

YOUNG and fair. DU13093. SEE Nash, 
N. Richard. 

YOUNG as you look. DP14855. SEE Seller, 
Thomas. 

YOUNG Buffalo, great scout of the Wild West. 
DU13748. SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 

YOUNG Buffalo in Wall Street. DU13749. 
SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 

YOUNG Buffalo, sheriff of Angel, Arizona. 
DU13747. SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 

YOUNG DOCTOR MALONE (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by David Dris- 
coll. © Procter & Gamble Co. 

709. Dec. 19, 1947. © Ic 9Jan48; DU12309. 

722. Jan. 7, 1948. © Ic 3Feb48; DU12737. 

742. Feb. 4, 1948. © Ic 8Mar48; DU13450. 

775. Mar. 22, 1948. © Ic 5Apr48; DU13782. 

795. Apr. 19, 1948. © Ic 5May48; DU14398. 

838. June 17, 1948. © Ic 28Jun48; DU15371. 

THE YOUNG like you. DU13436. SEE Chi- 
coine, Martin J. 

THE YOUNG man who couldn't remember. 
DU13253. SEE The Sheriff, no. 173. 

YOUNG man with a halo. DU14020. SEE 
Rainger, Dan. 

A YOUNG man' s fancy. DP12862. SEE 
Thurschwell, Harry T. 

YOUNG only once. DU14696. SEE Shaffer, 
Sallie J. 

YOUR advertising. C2658. SEE Handy Qam) 
Organization, inc. 

YOUR building counselor. C2153. SEE 
Blakelock, Will son O. 

YOUR customer. C2328. SEE Handy Qam) 
Organization, inc. 

YOUR family tree. DU13543. SEE Barclay, 
Ruth. 

YOUR friend and mine. DU14071. SEE 
Martin, Francis Bernard. 

YOUR HIT PARADE (Radio program) 
© American Tobacco Co. 

636-647. Aug. 9, 16, 23, 30; Sept. 6, 13, 20, 
27; Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1947. © Ic each 
22Jan48; C2045-2056. 

648-656. Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; Dec. 6, 13, 

20, 27, 1947. © Ic each 26Apr48; C2473- 
2481. 

657-671. Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31; Feb. 14, 

21, 28; Mar. 6, 13, 20, 27; Apr. 3, 10, 17, 
1948. © Ic each 26Apr48; C2482-2496. 

672-676. Apr. 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 1948. 
By Paul Dudleys. © Ic each 3Jun48; 
C2717-2721. 

YOUR kindergarten. C2617. SEE Barbour, 
Belle Roger. 

YOUR manners are showing! C2140. SEE 
Lewis (Frank) inc. 

YOUR portable showcase. C2679. SEE Handy 
Qam) Organization, inc. 

YOUR radio reference library. DU13412. 
SEE Nietsche, Hazel Clark. 

YOUR Superior home. C2044. SEE Handy 
0am) Organization, inc. 



YOUR U. N. carries on. C2539. SEE Nye, 
Frank Wilson. 

YOU'RE atomic. DU14114. SEE McDonald, 
Catherine. 

YOU'RE next in the shower. DU14737. SEE 
Mills, Carley. 

YOU'RE the salesman! C2322. SEE Schultz, 
Maxwell I. 

YOURS till yesterday. DU14306. SEE Parker, 
Kenneth F. 

YOUTZ, PHILIP NEWELL. 
The lion cage, a comedy in three acts. 
© Phihp Newell Youtz; Ic 15Jan48; DU12933. 

YOU'VE got to find 'em first. C2337. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

YUDKOFF, Alvin S. 
Step a little closer. DU152C6. SEE Cotler, 
Gordon. 



- Z - 

ZACHARY, LOREN LUDWIG. 
Cocktail in Hollywood, a sophisticated con- 
coction in six scenes. Based on three 
plays: "Gesellschaft," by Raoul Auern- 
heimer; and "Anatol ' and "Reigen," by 
Arthur Schnitzler. © Loren Ludwig 
Zachary; Ic 12Jan48; DU12378. 

ZAHAV, Ari ibn. SEE Ibn-Sahav, Ari. 

ZAHN, D. Willard. 
Heads up! DP13733. SEE Clark, Robert 
Wayne. 

ZAZA. DP12441. SEE Leoncavallo, Rug- 
giero. 

ZELLERS, PARKER RICHARDSON. 
Never say die, a musical play in two acts. 
[Text and music for songs on separate 
leaves] © Parker Zellers; Ic 3Nov47; 
DU12149. 

ZENITH Radio Corporation. 
Designed to sell. C2680. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Everything under control. C2681. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
PuUing power. C2682. SEE Handy Qam) 

Organization, inc. 

DER ZERBROCHENE Krug. SEE Kleist, 
Heinrich von. The broken pitcher. DU14460. 

ZIEHM, FRIDA BERTHA LAURA. 
Eve Satana, a stage play in two acts and 
eight scenes. © Frida Bertha Laura 
Ziehm; Ic 30Mar48; DU13735. 



ZIEMER, Gregor. 
The milkman in Omaha. DU15261. 
Warren, Barnett Mathew. 



SEE 



ZILINSKAS, RICHARD VINCENT. 
The crisis, a play in three acts. © Richard 
Zilinskas; Ic 30Dec47; DU12173. 

ZIMMERMAN, MARY H. 
Mister Micawber, a comedy in one act. 
Madison, Wisconsin Idea Theatre, cl948. 
21 leaves. © Mary H. Zimmerman; 
10Jan48; DP14484. 

ZIPPORAH. DU13040. SEE Richardson, Eos 
Petty. Portrait gallery of Bible women. 

ZIV (Frederic W.) Company. SEE The Cisco 
Kid (Radio program) 



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ZUBEK, JOHANNA. 
A bunch of violets, a drama in two acts. 
© Johanna Zubek; Ic 24Feb48; DU13154. 

ZWAR, Charles. 
Some items from Sweetest and lowest. 
DP13940. SEE Melville, Alan. 

ZWEI Herzen im Dreivierteltakt. SEE 
Drake, William A. Two hearts in waltz 
time. DU12398. 

ZWEIG, Stefan. 



The royal game. 
Paul, pseud. 



DU13012. SEE Purcell, 



ZWIRN, BERNARD PHILLIP. 

Comedy movie theatre, a comedy radio or 
television show. [Continuity] © Bernard 
Phillip Zwirn; Ic 12Apr48; DU13914. 

The Martin and Lewis show, a comedy 
radio or television show. © Bernard 
Phillip Zwirn; Ic 20Apr48; DU14060. 

ZWOBODA, ARTHUR EDWARD. 
Call the composer, a radio production. 



© Arthur Edward Zwoboda; Ic 24May48; 

DU14960. 
Music of tomorrow, a radio production. 

© Arthur Edward Zwoboda; Ic 8May48; 

DU14458. 
The Music Shop, a radio production. 

© Arthur Edward Zwoboda; Ic 24May48; 

DU14961. 
Song hits of tomorrow, a radio production. 

© Arthur Edward Zwoboda; Ic 24Ma.y48; 

DU14962. 
Song scouts, a radio production. © Arthur 

Edward Zwoboda; Ic 24May48; DU14959. 



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Third Series 

VOLUME 2. PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 2 



Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



JULY-DECEMBER 

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Third Series 

VOLUME 2, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 2 



Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



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PREFACE 



WITH the initiation in 1947 of the Third Series of 
the Catalog of Copyright Entries, an enlarged format 
and other changes designed to increase and extend 
the usefulness of the compilation were adopted. 
Additional features have been added in most parts 
of this second volume. Inquiries, suggestions and 
comments on all details of the Catalog are solicited 
and should be addressed to the Chief of the Cata' 
loging Division, Copyright Office, Library of Con' 
gress, Washington 25, D. C. 

Contents. — This part of the Catalog of Copy- 
right Entries contains an alphabetical list of dramas, 
published and unpublished, and works prepared for 
oral delivery registered in the Copyright Office in 
Class C and Class D from July 1, 1948 through 
December 31, 1948, and also selected dramas regis- 
tered under the symbols A, AA and B5 during the 
same period. Radio, television, and film scripts 
comprise a substantial portion of the registrations 
in Class C and will be found herein. Renewal 
registrations in these classes made in this period are 
listed in Part 14A of the Catalog. 

Arrangement and Entry. — All entries are 
arranged in one alphabet, which includes cross 
references from titles, editors, translators, claimants, 
other contributing authors, and, in the case of dra- 
matic works based upon works by other authors, 
from the authors and titles of those original works. 
The main entry for each work is under author, 
except for radio programs and other works issued 
in a series. In such cases the main entry is under 
the title of the series, with cross references from 
authors and claimants. 

Copyright Data. — The portion of the entry 
giving facts of copyright registration begins with the 
copyright symbol © and consists of the name of the 
claimant, the date of publication as given in the 
application (for published works) or the abbrevia- 
tion "Ic", followed by the date of receipt of one 
copy (for unpubhshed works), and the copyright 
registration number. 

Abbreviations. — Definitions are not given for 
abbreviations in common use and included in stand' 
ard reference works. The following abbreviations 
are used in the Catalog of Copyright Entries with the 



meanings shown: Ic — one copy deposited; a. k. a. — 
also known as; d. b. a. — doing business as; t. a. — 
trading as. 

Deposit of Copies. — In the case of every copy- 
right entry listed in the Catalog, the deposit of 
copies (or copy) as required by Title 17, U. S. C, 
sees. 12 and 13 has been made. 

Authority. — The Catalog of Copyright Entries 
is published by authority of Title 17, U. S. C, sees. 
210 and 211. Section 210 provides that the Catalog 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie 
evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any 
copyright registration." 

Orgam2;ation of the Catalog. — This issue of 
the Catalog is part of Volume 2 of the Third Series. 
The parts are numbered according to the alphabet' 
ical sequence of classes as listed in Title 17, U. S. C, 
sec. 5. Letters are added to the part numbers to 
indicate subdivisions. 

The classes of material principally contained in 
each part are listed, together with their respective 
symbols, under the title of the part in the Table 
which follows. In each case, the first letter of the 
symbol is that of the class under which registration 
is made; the second, if any, is a designation added 
by the Copyright O&ce. for purposes of statistical 
analysis of registrations. The symbol R does not 
represent a class designated by the Copyright Act, 
but has been adopted by the Copyright O&ce to 
distinguish renewal copyright registrations. Some 
parts also contain registrations made under other 
symbols if the subject matter or type of material of 
these registrations is similar to that generally in' 
eluded in the part. 

Publication and Subscription. — The annual 
subscription price for all parts of the complete yearly 
Catalog of Copyright Entries is $20, payable in ad' 
vance to the Superintendent of Documents, Govern' 
ment Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

Each part of the Catalog is published in two semi' 
annual numbers covering, respectively, the periods 
January 'June and July 'December. The prices given 
in the table are for each semiannual number. Orders 
for the complete Catalog or any of its parts should 
be addressed to the Superintendent of Documents. 



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COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED 

FOR ORAL DELIVERY 

July 'December 1948 

Class C — Lectures and other works pepared for oral delivery 439 

Class D — Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works 4 04 

Unpublished dramatic and dramatico'musical works 1 959 2 363 

Total 2,802 

The above figures show the registrations for dramas and works prepared for oral delivery for July-Decem' 
ber 1948, but do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog. 



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TABLE OF CATALOG ORGANIZATION 



Price per 
semiannual 



Part 1 A Books $1. 50 

A Books and selected pamphlets. 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad. 

AI Books in the English language first published abroad. 

Part IB Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals 1. 50 

AA Pamphlets and serials, also books not included in Part lA. 
B5 Contributions to periodicals. 

Part 2 Periodicals L 00 

B Periodicals. 

Parts 3 fe? 4 . . . Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery L 00 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery. 

DP Published dramatic and dramatico'musical works. 

DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 

Part 5A Published Music L 50 

EF Musical compositions published abroad. 

EP Musical compositions published in the United States. 

Part 5B Unpublished Music L 50 

EU Unpublished music. 

Part 6 Maps 50 

F Maps. 

Parts 7-11 A. . Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of Art, Scientific and Technical 

Drawings, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial Illustrations 1. 00 

GP Published works of art and designs for works of art. 
GU Unpublished works of art and designs for works of art. 
♦ • H Reproductions of works of art published in the United States. 

HF Reproductions of works of art published abroad. 

IP Published drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character. 
lU Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character. 
JP Published photographs. 
JU Unpublished photographs. 
K Prints and pictorial illustrations. 

Part llB Commercial Prints and Labels 1. 00 

KK Commercial prints and labels. 

Parts 12 feP 13 . Motion Pictures 50 

L Motion picture photoplays. 

M Motion pictures other than photoplays. 

Part 14A Renewal Registrations — Literature, Art, Film 50 

R Renewal registrations. 

Part 14B Renewal Registrations — Music 1. 00 

R Renewal registrations. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE ABC's of insulators. C3085. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



ABBOTT, Bruce, pseud. SEE Reach, James. 

ABEL, BARBARA. 
Meeting at four, a skit for Y-Teen clubs. 
New York, Woman's Press [19481. 16 p. 
© National Board of the Young Womens 
Christian Associations of the United 
States of America; ljul48; DP 15874. 

ABESON, Marion. 
Goodbye to Harlem. DU17488. SEE 
Lifson, David S. 

ABLEMAN, PAUL. 
Even his enemy, a play in one act, by Paul 
Ableman and Gertrude Macauley. London, 
S. French [1948]. 24 p. illus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 36) © Samuel French 
ltd; 15Jul48; DP16539. 

A BRASH KIN, Raymond. 
The emperor's new clothes. DU15839. 
SEE Young People's Records, inc. 

THE ACCOMMODATING suitor. SEE Law, 
Dorothy. Call back yesterday. DP17394. 

ACHARD, MARCEL. 

Nous irons a Valparaiso, comedie en 
quatre actes. © Marcel Achard; Ic 
26Aug48; DU17440. 

Savez-vous planter les choux? Comedie- 
farce en trois actes. cl947. (In Paris 
theatre, no. 7. Paris, 1947. p7T31-48) 
© Marcel Achard; 15Dec47; DP17424. 

ACHILLE'S heel. DU15498. SEE Loshak, 
Louis Allan. 

ACROSS the railroad tracks. DP15832. 
SEE Miller, Ruby King. 

ACROSS THE YEARS TO YESTERDAY (Radio 
program) 
A community radio project based on the 

history of Fulton County. Scripts in this 

series are by Helen Quackenbush Lathers. 

© Helen Quackenbush Lathers; Ic each 

16Sep48. 



4, 
5. 
6, 

7. 



Leather gloves for Lafferty. DU16681. 
Tavern in the town. DU16674. 
A sprig of mignonette, DU16675. 
Memory rings a bell. DU16676. 
The reformation of Bill Prent. DU16677. 
Bonnie Annie. DU16678. 
Whirlwind in petticoats, DU16679. 
Bugles in the liUls. DU16680. 



ACTING with the stars. DU15725. SEE 
Twork, Ray F. W. 

ACTION at night. DU15429. SEE Chandler, 
Stanley. 

ACTION at Santiago. DU16883. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 580. 

AN ACTOR in magic. C2985. SEE Morris, 
Chester. 



THE ACTOR'S STUDIO (Television program) 
Scripts tn this series are written by var- 
ious authors, © World Video, inc. 

2. Oct. 3, 1948. Night club, by Katherine 
Brush, adapted by Eva Wolas. © Ic 
.120ct48; DU16703. 

4. Oct. 17, 1948. The thousand dollar 
bill, by Manuel Komroff, adapted by 
Howard Rodman. © Ic 210ct48; DU16816. 

[5] Oct. 24, 1948. The catbird seat, by 
James Thurber, adapted by Robert Wallace. 
© Ic 29Dec48; DU17776. 

8. Nov. 14, 1948. Esther, by Kermit Love 
and Robert Moore. © Ic 29Dec48; 
DU17775. 

[9. Nov. 21, 1948] The night the ghost got 
in, by James Thurber, adapted by Howard 
Rodman. © Ic 30Dec48; DU17780. 

10. Nov. 28, 1948, Ten per cent, by 
Bruce Gould and Beatrice Blackmar, 
adapted by Kenneth Bunning. © Ic 
27Dec48; DU17709. 

13. Dec. 19, 1948. The man who lost 
Christmas, by Roderick MacLeish and 
Stephen de Baun. © Ic 27Dec48; DU17736. 

AN ACTRESS in the family. DU17259. SEE 
Cowley-Brown, Sara. 

ADAM and the apple. DU17735. SEE Olsen, 
Margaret Miller. 

ADAMS, FRANK R. 
The lost love sor^, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Frank R. 
Adams, music by Joseph E. Howard. 
[Text only] © Frank R. Adams; Ic 
140ct48; on revisions; DU16723. Prev. 
reg. 12Apr48; DU13948. 

ADAMS, Jewell. SEE Smart, Jewell Adams. 

ADAMS in Eden. SEE Cowen, Lenore Coffee. 
Meet Mrs. Adams. DU15571. 



ADAMSON, Edward J. 
(Radio program) 



SEE The Shadow 



ADELSON, LAYEH LENA STRASHUN. 
Liberty's disabled veterans, a public serv- 
ice radio program feature, by Miss 
Liberty [pseud.] Prospectus or format, 
and Book 1, chapter 1. © Layeh Lena 
Strashun Adelson; Ic 13Jul48; DU15572. 

ADKINS, Franklin. SEE Adkins, John 
Franklin. 

ADKINS, JOHN FRANKLIN. 
Devil on the hearth, an experimental trag- 
edy in three parts, by Franklin Adkins. 
© John Franklin Adkins; Ic 19Nov48; 
DU17466, 

ADLER, Hans. 
Die Nacht vor zehn Jahren. SEE Skinner, 
Maria M. Coxe. Honey and spice. 
DU15929. 

THE ADMIRAL automatic combination radio- 
phonograph. C3164. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. Television commercials, 
no. 5. 



ADMIRAL Corporation. 
Television commercials. DU16042, 
C8160-3167. SEE WUding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

ADMIRAL dual temp. C3160, C3167. SEE 
Wilding P>icture Productions, inc. Tele- 
vision commercials, no. 1,8, 

ADMIRAL magic mirror television. 
C3165. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc. Television commercials, no. 6. 

THE ADMIRAL table model. C3163. SEE 
Wilding FHcture Pr&ductions, inc. Tele- 
vision commercials, no. 4, 

ADMIRAL television optional, C3162. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Television commercials, no. 3. 

THE ADMIRAL three-in-one. C3166. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. Tele- 
vision commercials, no. 7. 

THE ADMIRAL 2-speed phonograph con- 
soles. C3161. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. Television commercials, 
no. 2. 

ADORACION. DU17446. SEE Maurette, 
Marcelle. 

AN ADVENTURE in Buckingham Palace. 
DP17712. SEE Raunsholm, Peter Lasse 
Georg. 

THE ADVENTURE of Brunhilde's bombshell. 
C2902. SEE Katz, Robert Warren. 

ADVENTURE story. DU15439. SEE 
Rattigan, Terence. 

THE ADVENTURES of a toy orchestra, 
SEE Reisfeld, Bert. The miracle of the 
music shop. DU17169. 

THE ADVENTURES of Danny Adair. 
DU16974. SEE Skilling, Robert Pratt. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are written by Gilbert 
and Ruth Braun and William Welch. 
© Harvan Barr Patten. 

103. Sept. 18, 1948. The pigskin problem. 
© Ic 22Dec48; DU17745. 

104. Sept. 25, 1948. The professor's de- 
cision. © Ic 22Dec48; DU17746. 

105. Oct. 2, 1948. The ransomed football. 
© Ic 22Dec48; DU17747. 

106. Oct. 9, 1948. The Yale bulldog. 
© Ic 22Dec48; DU17748. 

107. Oct. 16, 1948. The coal-line stand. 
© Ic 22Dec48; DU17749. 

108. Oct. 23, 1948. The mystery of the 
missing records. © Ic 22Dec48; DU17750. 

THE ADVENTURES of Mr. Chalk. DU17052. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Aug. 16, 1948. 

THE ADVENTURES of Professor Teeny, 
SEE Katz, Robert Warren. The adven- 
tures of Professor Wee. C2901. 



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THE ADVENTURES of Professor Wee. 
C2901. SEE Katz, Robert Warren. 

ADVENTURES of the Cuckoo Romeo. 
DU16253. SEE Schuszler, Aloysius. 

ADVENTURES of Winnie and Willy Wood- 
pecker. DU15895. SEE Hunt, Gale 
Borden. 

THE ADVENTURES of Woody Puppet. 
DU17090. SEE Kukla, Alfred Stanley. 

ADVERTISERS TELEVISING SERVICE, INC. 
Hats to you, a television program designed 
for one or two thirty-minute periods per 
■week, by William Mjgle. © Advertisers 
Televising Service, inc.; Ic 6Dec48: 
DU17756. 

ADVICE to the lovelorn. DU17655. SEE 
Alch, Alan Howard. 

AENEAS '63. DU16387. SEE Calhoun, 
Thonnis Watson. 

AERO- Medical Engineering Research Insti- 
tute, inc. C3065. SEE Lombard, 
Charles F. 

THE AFFLICTION of Lazarus. C3038. 
SEE Willis, Holman. 

AGAIN it's yesterday. DU16952. SEE 
Dumais, Alfred Joseph. 

AGATHA Newbold. DU15952. SEE 
Grinioff, Vladimir Boris. 

AGE of violence. DU15707. SEE Eardley, 
Carl. 

L'AIR du temps. SEE Vildrac, Charles. 
Theatre. DP15733. 

AIRPORT lighting and control equipment. 
C3103. SEE Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation. 

AKINS, ZOE. 
Mrs. January and Mr. Ex-- (Plans for to- 
morrow) A comedy in three acts. 
New York, S. French [19481. 127 p. 
© Zoe Akins (Rumbold); 14Jul48; 
DP15866. Prev. reg. "Plans for to- 
morrow", 24Apr42, D unp. 80018; "Mrs. 
January and Mr. Ex-", 24Feb44, 
D unp. 87256. 

AKLOM, Mikhail, pseud. SEE Brighouse, 
Harold. 

ALAIN, PAUL. ^ 
La tenue de soiree est de rigueur, piece 
en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, par Paul-Alain 
[pseud, de Paul Albert Fournier] Paris, 
S.L.I.M. [1948J. 162 p. © Paul Alain, 
SjL.I.M. (Societe de Librairie & 
d Impressions Modernes); 30jan48; 
DP16146. 

4LAM0 Music, inc. 
Flick, the little fire engine. DU16846. 

SEE Reisfeld, Bert. 
The miracle of the music shop. DU17169. 

SEE Reisfeld, Bert. 



ALCEBIADES. DU16875. 
Herman Thomas. 



SEE Berry, 



ALCH, ALAN HOWARD. 

Advice to the lovelorn, a dramatic sketch 
by Alan Alch and Elizabeth Berryhill. 
© Alan Howard Alch, Elizabeth Guest 
Berryhill; Ic 20Dec48; DU17655. 

Ballad of the Bendix, a dramatic sketch. 
Lyrics by Alan Alch, music by Maurice 
Engleman. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Alan Howard Alch, Maurice 
Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; DU17640. 

Breakfast with the Bracks, a dramatic 
sketch. © Alan Howard Alch; Ic 13Jul48; 
DU15604. 



Brief moment, a dramatic sketch. © 
© Alan Howard Alch; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17648. 

La castaneta. DUX 7644. SEE Connell, 
William Gordon. 

Charm school; sketch and lyrics by Alan 
Alch, music by Maurice Engleman. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Alan Howard Alch, Maurice Engleman, 
Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; DU17677. 

Civics made easy, a dramatic sketch. 
© Alan Howard Alch; Ic 20Dec48; DU17658. 

Cold war, a dramatic sketch. © Alan 
Howard Alch; Ic 20Dec48; DU17649. 

Counter attack; sketch and lyrics by Alan 
Alch, music by Gordon Connell. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Alan 
Howard Alch, William Gordon Connell; 
Ic 20Dec48; DU17634. 

Everything is fine. DU17667. SEE Berry- 
hill, Elizabeth Guest. 

Foreign movie, a dramatic sketch by Alan 
Alch, Maurice Engleman, Elizabeth 
Berryhill, Jane Bennett, and Carol Brumm. 
© Jane Bennett, Alan Alch, Maurice 
Engleman, Jr., Elizabeth Berryhill, 
Carol Brumm; Ic 20Dec48; DU17627. 

It's you — it's love; lyrics by Alan Alch, 
music by Maurice Engleman. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Alan 
Howard Alch, Maurice Eniglemen, Jr.; 
Ic 20Dec48; DU17638. 

Life of a composer; or. The Howell story. 
A dramatic sketch. © Alan Howard Alch; 
Ic 20Dec48; DU17653. 

Make mine a blended whiskey. DU17662. 
SEE Berryhill, Elizabeth Guest. 

News of the week of the world, a dramatic 
sketch. © Alan Howard Alch; Ic 
20Dec48; DU17630. 

Out of order. DU17668. SEE BerryhUl, 
Elizabeth Guest. 

Plumb trio. DU17659. SEE Connell, 
William Gordon. 

Rest in peace, a dramatic sketch. © Alan 
Howard Alch; Ic 13Jul48; DU15607. 

Slalom! A dramatic sketch. © Alan 
Howard Alch; Ic 20Dec48; DU17631. 

Sombrero dansero, a pantomime by Alan 
Alch, Elizabeth Berryhill, David Fulmer, 
and Carolyn Palmgren. © Alan Howard 
Alch, Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, David 
Ellis Fulmer, Carolyn Axa Palmgren; Ic 
20Dec48; DU17654. 

Thus spake Biebermeyer, a dramatic sketch 
by Alan Alch and Carol Pauker Rubinchik. 
© Alan Howard Alch, Carol Pauker Rubin- 
chik; Ic ?,0Dec48; DU17833. 

Virtue is its own reward, a musical sketch. 
Lyrics by Alan Alch, music by Maurice 
Engleman. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Alan Howard Alch, Maurice 
Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; DU17635. 



ALCOTT, Louisa May. 
An old-fashioned girl. DU16805. 
Dreifuss, Arthur. 



SEE 



THE ALCOTTS. DU15567. 
Edward Russell. 



SEE Sammis, 



ALDERMAN, GORDON. 
Step-up; radio script, Sept. 20, 1948. 
© The Paul Jeffrey Co., inc.; Ic 10ct48; 
DU16627. 

ALDRICH FAMILY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Clifford Gold- 
smith. © Clifford Goldsmith. 

463. June 10, 1948. Treasure chest. © Ic 
6Jul48; DU15475. 

464. June 17, 1948. Farewell party. © Ic 
6Jul48; DU15476. 

465. June 24, 1948. Garage painting. © Ic 
6Jul48; DU15474. 

466. Sept. 30, 1948. Friendship for three. 
© Ic 15Nov48; DU17097. 

469. Oct. 21, 1948, Melancholy baby 
sitter. © Ic 5Nov48; DU17098. 

470. Oct. 28, 1948. Detention. © Ic 
9Nov48; DU17111. 

471. Nov. 4, 1948. Where did you get that 
hat? © Ic 12Nov48; DU17192. 



472. Nov. 11, 1948. Broken toy. © Ic 
22Nov48; DU17255. 

ALEXANDER, Doug, pseud. SEE Sippell, 
James Douglas. 

ALEXANDER, HARTLEY BURR. 
Priscilla, a light opera in three acts. 
Text by Hartley B. Alexander, music by 
Henry Purmort Eames. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Henry Purmort 
Eames; Ic 3Sep48; DU16205. 

ALEXANDER, RONALD. 
Under wraps, a comedy in two acts. 
© Ronald Alexander; Ic 26May48; DU15055. 

ALFRED, the anteater. DU17105. SEE 
LoUypop Playhouse (Radio program) 

ALI Baba and the forty thieves. DU17085. 
SEE Let's Pretend, Oct. 2, 1948. 

ALIBIS for sale. DU17148. SEE Rubinstein, 
Joseph A. 

THE AUEN woman. DU17205. SEE 
Kranz, Henry B. 

ALL about love. DU15438. SEE Mabley, 
Edward. 

ALL in favour? DP16551. SEE Peach, 
Lawrence du Garde. 

ALL in fun. DP17127. SEE Huber, Louis 
Joseph. 

ALL is calm. DP15553. SEE Payton, Donald. 

ALL men falling. DU17553. SEE Trzcinski, 
Edmund. 

ALL our yesterdays. DP17093. SEE 
Hertz, Andrew. 

ALL over the town. DP15790. SEE Delder- 
field, R. F. 

ALL parts in rhythm. DU15975. SEE 
Fusshippel, Martha. 

ALLADIN'S lamp. DU16084. SEE Berk, 
Viola G. 

ALLAN, Lewis, pseud. SEE Meeropol, Abel. 

ALLAN and Ann. SEE Armitage, Walter 
Taxi! taxi! DU15597. 

ALLEGHENY College. 
Timothy Alden. DP16866. SEE Bach, 
Marcus. 

ALLEGRO, David Bond. 
Flight from shadow. DU15424. SEE Chase, 
Virginia Edwards. 

ALLEN, ARIA. 
Candle's worth, a play in three acts. 
© Aria AUen; Ic 29Dec48; DU17778. 

ALLEN, BARBARA. 
Happiness injected, a half-hour radio play. 
© Barbara AUen; Ic 30Aug48; DU16128. 

ALLEN, DAYTON. 
News and nonsense, a television script, 

no. 2. © Dayton Allen; Ic 17Dec48; 

DU17611. 
The tall one is for you. [Narration! 

© Dayton AUen; Ic 20Jul48; DU16262. 

ALLEN, Fred. SEE The Fred Allen Show 
(Radio program) 

ALLEN, L. WILLIAM. 
Ringo, a sample radio script. © L. Wil- 
liam Allen; Ic 210ct48; DU16817. 

ALLEN, Portland Hoffa. SEE The Fred 
Allen Show (Radio program) 



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ALLEN, SARAH LOIS. 
Anything for Art, a play in three acts. 
© Sarah Lois Allen; Ic 23Aug48; DU16008. 

ALLEN, Towne, and Heath, inc. 
Gioacchino Rossini's The barber of Seville. 

DPI 7322. SEE Rossini, Gioacchino 

Antonio. 
Giuseppe Verdi's U trovatore. DPI 7325. 

SEE Verdi, Giuseppe. 
Giuseppe Verdi's La traviata. SEE Verdi, 

Giuseppe. 
Giuseppe Verdi's Rigoletto. DPI 7324. 

SEE Plave, Francesco Rferia. 

ALLEN, William. SEE Allen, L. William. 

ALLISTER, CLAUD. 
Wedding next week, a play in three acts. 
© Claud Allister; Ic 19Jul48; DU15653. 

ALLSTATE all the way. DU17364. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE ALMIGHTY Hopper. DU16457, SEE 
Raddi, Primo. 

ALONSO, Damaso. 
Santa Eugenia. SEE Rothe, Hans. Sangre, 
nieve y ebano. DP16775, 

ALTMAN, JESS H. 
Reprise, a play in three acts, by J. H. 
Altman in collaboration with Paul Bar- 
nett. © Jess H. Altman, Paul Barnett; 
Ic 80ct48; DU18657. 

Alvarez quintero, joaquin. 

Los restos. DP16319. SEE Alvarez 

Quintero, SerafCn. 
Teatro completo. DP16454, 16455. SEE 

Alvarez Quintero, Serafin. 
Tuyo y mib. DP16320. SEE Alvarez 

Quintero, Serafin. 

Alvarez quintero, Maria jesus. 

Los restos. DP16319. SEE Alvarez 

Quintero, Serafin. 
Teatro completo. DP16454, 16455. SEE 

Alvarez Quintero, Serafin. 
Tuyo y mlb. DP16320. SEE Alvarez 

Quintero, Serafin. 

ALVAREZ QUINTERO, SERAFftj. 

Los restos, comedia burlesca en tres actos 
[per] Serafin y Joaquui Alvarez Quintero. 
Primera edicion. Madrid [Sociedad 
General de Autores de Espafla] 1940. 
96 p. © Maria Jesus Alvarez Quintero, 
executrix of the state of S. and J. Alvarez 
Quintero; 30Dec40; DP16319. 

Teatro completo, t. 44 [per] Serafin y 
Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. Comedias y 
dramas: La venta de los gatos, Los 
papallos. La risa va por barrios. Madrid 
[Espasa-Calpel 1942. 286 p. © Maria 
Jesus Alvarez Quintero, executrix of the 
state of Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez 
Quintero; 30Dec42; DP16454. 

Teatro completo, t. 47 [por] Seraffn y 
Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. Comedias y 
dramas: Olvidadiza, Manantiales, Ven- 
tolera. Madrid [Espasa-Calpe] 1945. 
350 p. © Maria Jesus Alvarez Quintero, 
executrix of the state of Serafin and 
Joaquin Alvarez Quintero; 30Dec45; 
DP16455. 

Tuyo y mlb, comedia en tres actos [por] 
Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. Pri- 
mera edicion. Madrid [Espasa-Calpe] 
1941. Ill p. © Maria Jesus Alvarez 
Quintero, executrix of the state of J. and 
S. Alvarez Quintero; 30Dec41; DP16320. 

ALYSIA Clark's walking-talking fashions. 
C2776. SEE Clark, Alysla. 

AMATEUR writers' song derby. DU17201. 
SEE Pritchard, Gloria Clinton, 



AMAZON throne. SEE Harrlgan, Robert. 
Where the Sabia sings. DU17575. 

AMERICA celebrates the gas law's cen- 
tenary. DU17135. SEE Woodhouse, 
Henry. 



AMERICAN blues. DPn279. 
Hams, Tennessee. 



SEE Wil- 



AN AMERICAN in Paris. 
Stieglitz, Perry J. 



DU16126. SEE 



AMERICAN Oil Company. SEE Carnegie 
Hall (Radio program) 

AMERICAN sentiment chart. SEE Dodd, 
Jeannette Betts. Americanism in the public 
(and private) school. C2927. 



AMERICAN Stove Company. 
Let's put on a floor show. DU16038. 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE 



AMERICAN symphony. DU15830. 
Schauermann, Karl. 



SEE 



AMERICAN Tobacco Company, inc. SEE 
Your Hit Parade (Radio program) 

THE AMERICAN WAY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Harry Wismer. 

CI. Bob Chappuls, by Robert Murphy. 
© Ic 8Nov48; C3070. 

C3. Lou Boudreau, by Robert Murphy. 
© Ic 8Nov48; C3071. 

C5. John L. Sullivan, by Travis Hand. 
© Ic 8Nov48; C3068. 

C6. Knute Rockne, by Edward Bachelor. 
© Ic 8Nov48; C3069. 

C8. Willie Heston, by Robert Murphy. 
© Ic 8Nov48; C3067. 
CIO. Lou Brissie. by Robert Murphy. 

© Ic 8Nov48;C 3^066. 
C12. Frank Leahy, by Edward Bachelor. 

© Ic 24Nov48;C:!l43. 
C14. Gene Sarazen, by Robert Murphy, 

© Ic 24Nov48; C3i42. 
C17. Sammy Baugh. by Robert Murphy. 

© Ic 24Nov48;CfSl45, 
C19, Gene Derricotte, by Edward Bachelor, 

© Ic 24Nov48; C3144. 
C22 Sid Luckman. by Robert Murphy. 

© Ic 24Nov48: C3l4b, ' 

C24. Tommy Milton, by Robert Murphy, 

© Ic 24NOV48; C3l59. ' 

C2 7, Eddie Stanky story, by Robert Murphy. 

© Ic 24Nov48;C3138. ' ^' 

^^•. Gene Bearden, bv Robert Murphy. 

© Ic 24Nov48; C3l37; ^ ' 

C3.2. GusDorais.^© Ic 10Dec48: C3182, 
C34. Toe Louis. © Ic 10Dec48; d:3183, 
C37. Toe DiMaggio story. © Ic 10Dec48; 

C3184. 



AMAZING Grade. 
Jay. 



DP16448. SEE Tobias, 



C39, 
C42. 

[C42J 

C44. 
tC4|] 

[C47J 

[C49J 

[C52] 

© 1 



Annie Oakley. © Ic 10Dec48; C3185. 
Mel Patton. © Ic 10Dec48; C3186. 

Mel Patton, by Robert Murphy. © Ic 
Nov48; C3135. 

Hal Newhouser, © Ic 10Dec48; C3187. 

Hal Newhouser, by Robert Murphy. 
Ic 24Nov48; C3136. 

Whizzer White, by Robert Murphy. 
Ic 24Nov48; C3146. 

Walter Hagen, by Robert Murphy. 
Ic 24Nov48; C3147. 

Walter Evers, by Robert Murphy, 
c 24Nov48; C3141. 



THE AMERICAN way. DU16199. SEE 
Dorian, Margery Schneider. 

AMERICANA. DU15869. SEE Vajda, Ernest. 

AMERICANISM in the public (and private) 
school. C2927. SEE Dodd, Jeannette Betts. 

AMERICA'S heritage of hospitality. DU17544. 
SEE Standard Brands, inc. 

AMICK, Edith Frances. 
Square-deal. C3148. SEE Amick, John 
Cletus. 



AMICK, JOHN CLETUS. 
Square-deal, a radio program. © John 
C. Amick, Mrs. Edith Frances Amick, 
Miss Edith Frances Amick; Ic 26Nov48; 
C3148. 

AMIEL, DENYS. 
Theatre [t. 8] Paris, A. Michel [1948]. 
286 p. Contents. — Le nouvel amour, 
piece en trois actes.— Famille, piece en 
trois actes; avec la collaboration de 
Monique Petry-Amiel. © Albin Michel; 
15Jun48; DP16241. 

AMIS, John E. 
Onward Christian Soldiers: a light 
comedy in three acts, by Reese Plummer 
[pseud.] © John E. Amis, Jr.; Ic 8Sep48; 
DU1624o. 

AMONG us girls. DU17540, SEE Brav 
Ada Charlotte. ■" 

^Tl,Se^°gPi6!f5^ ^'"''''''''' ^^'^^''- 

THE ANATOMY of society. C3155. SEE 
Harris, Reginald H. 

AND known too late. DU16179. SEE Fantl 
S. Joseph. ' 

ANDALOUSIE. DP17099. SEE WUlemetz 
Albert, ' 

ANDERSEN, Hans Christian, 
The Emperor s new clothes. SEE 
Sheffield, Philip. The King's balcony. 
DP16754. 

Stewart, Virginia Harden. DU17130. 
The goblin and the grocer, DU16510. SEE 

McFadden, Dorothy L. 
The little mermaid. DU17574. SEE 

Apperly, Elizabeth Mary. 
The ugly duckling. DU15714. SEE Eisen- 

berg, Philip. 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR BENJAMIN. 
Clubwoman; or, Two and a half cnUdren. 
A comedy in three acts. © Arthur Ben- 
jamin Anderson; Ic 8Jul48;DU15828. 



ANDERSON, ARTHUR JOHN MILES. 
Date for three, a comedy-music series for 
television, by Arthur Anderson and Don 
Hughes. Episode no. 1. © Arthur John 
Miles Anderson, Donald Stone H»;ghes; 
Ic 18Aug48; DU16162. 

ANDERSON, AXEL WILHELM. 
Erosion, a play in three acts. © Axel 
Wllhelm Anderson; Ic 28Jun48; DU15762. 

ANDERSON, George B. SEE Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

ANDERSON, JOY. 
The Red Campbells, a play in a prologue, 
three acts and an epilogue. London, 
S. French [1948]. 96 p. lllus, (French's 
acting edition, no. 79) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 18J.un48; DP15807. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 

Anne of the thousand days, a play In three 
acts. © Maxwell Anderson; le 60ct48; 
DU16704. 

Anne of the thousand days [a play in three 
acts. New York] W. Sloane Associates 
[1948]. 123 p. An Anderson House book. 
© Maxwell Anderson; 5Nov48; DPI 7346. 

Joan of Arc. Text and pictures from the 
screen play by Maxwell Anderson and 
Andrew Solt, New York, W. Sloane Asso- 
ciates. 170 p. lllus. © Sierra Pictures, 
inc.; 250ct48; A27417. 

ANDERSON, PAQUITA. 
Move along, a modern folk tale in nine 
scenes, by Paquita Anderson and Jean 
Browning, © Paquita Anderson, Jean 
Browning; Ic 24Nov48; DU17284, 

ANDRfiN, CAROL, 
Just for a lark, a play in four acts, by 



828801 0-49-2 



127 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ANDRfiN, CAROL. (Cont'd.) 

Carol Andren and Mary Jane King. 
© Carol Andren, Mary Jane King: Ic 
27Jul48; DU16003. 

ANDROMEDA. DU17554. SEE Brewster 
Townsend Tyler. ' 

ANGEL Island. DU17066. SEE Gibbons 
Edward William. ' 

ANGELL, ROSE. 
Osceola, a historical drama. A story of 
Florida at the time of the Seminole 
Wars, 1835 to 1842; and of the Seminole 
Indian patriot and warrior. Osceola. 
Kissimmee, Fla., cl948. [39] p. © Rose 
Angell; 18Sep48; DP16804. 

ANGELS fly high. DU15538. SEE The 
Children's Chapel Summer Series, 1948. 

ANISEIKONIA. C2833. SEE Walker, Robert 
Norman. 

ANNE of the thousand days. DU16704, 
DPI 7346. SEE Anderson, Maxwell. 

ANNIE. DU17146. SEE Lowe, Victor 
Manuel. . 



ANNIE Oakley. C3185. 
Way, no. C39. 



SEE The American 



THE ANNUNCIATION to the shepherds. 
DP17334. SEE Manrodt, Manfred. 

ANOTHER part of the forest. DU17727. 
SEE Lux Radio Theatre, Sept. 13, 1948. 

ANpUILH, JEAN. 
L'invitation au chateau, comedie en cinq 
actes. Ulus. et couverture de Andre 
Barsacq. Paris, La Table ronde [1948]. 
245 p. illus. © Editfons de la Table 
ronde; lAer48; DP17421. 
Nouvelle pieces noires: Jezabel, Antigone, 
Romeo et Jeannette, Medee. E>aris, La 
Table ronde [1947, cl946]. 403 p. 
© Editions de la Table ronde; 15Feb47; 
DP17426. 

ANTHONY and Coralina. DU16080. SEE 
Evans, Jan. 

THE ANTIBIOTICS— opportunity for phar- 
macy. C3158. SEE Parke, Davis & 
Company. 

ANTIGONE. SEE Anouilh, Jean. Nouvelle 
pieces noires. DP17426. 

ANY complaints. SEE Furber, Douglas. 
The favourites of the stars. DP15797. 

ANYTHING for Art. DU16008. SEE Allen, 
Sarah Lois. 

ANZICK, WYNNOGENE WELKER. 
Soft spot for Bridget, a three-act comedy, 
by Wynnogene Welker Anzick and Blanche 
Calkins Pigott. © Wynnogene Welker 
Anzick, Blanche Calkins Pigott; Ic 
30jun48; DU15425. 

APOLLO wears a Davy 'lamp. DU16250. 
SEE Crocco, J. Peter. 

APPERLY, ELIZABETH MARY. 
The little mermaid, a dramatization by 
Elizabeth Apperly from the fairy tale 
by Hans Christian Andersen. © Elizabeth 
Apperly; Ic 14Dec48; DU17574. 



APRIL day. DU15770. 
Mabel. 



SEE Richards, 



APRILE, Carmello Albert. 
Look and listen. DU15454. 
Joseph Ford. 



SEE Keating, 



APRON strings. DU15764. SEE Davis, 
May Elizabeth Rowley. 



ARATARI, ANTHONY ALPHONSE. 
The rag man, a play in four acts. © An- 
thony A. Aratari; Ic 5Nov48; DU17062. 

L'ARCHIPEL Lenoir. DP15669. SEE 
Salacrou, Armand. 

ARDEN, GERTRUDE LORETTA CASHMAN. 
Beloved millionaire, a satire in three 
acts. © Gertrude L. Cashman Arden; 
Ic 6Aug48; DU16183. 

ARE you drinking polluted water? C2804 
C2929. SEE Fischer, Leo A. 

ARE you this man? C2809. SEE Pathe- 
scope Company of America, inc. 

ARENT, Arthur. 
Action at Santiago. DU16883. SEE The 

Cavalcade of America, no. 580. 
Break the news. DU16129. SEE The 

Cavalcade of America, no. 576. 
Garden key. DU17515. SEE The Cavalcade 

of America, no. 585. 
Queen of Heartbreak Trail. DU16131. SEE 

The Cavalcade of America, no. 568. 



ARIADNE. DU16089. 
Frank Duane. 



SEE Rosengren, 



ARISTOPHANES. 
Five comedies. Tr. from the Greek, with 
a foreword, introductions to each comedy, 
and notes by the translator. Illus. by 
Laszlo A&tulay. Cleveland, World Pub. 
Co. [1948]. 288 p. illus. (The Living 
library) Contents.— The knights.— 
Lysistrata.- The clouds.— The birds.— 
The frogs. © The World Pub. Co.; 
250ct48; on illus.; A27306. 



ARIZONA Pete. DU15677. 
Ranger, no. 2419-1644. 



SEE The Lone 



ARKWRIGHT, Ronald. SEE Sermon of the 
Week, no. 58. C2823. 

ARMITAGE, WALTER. 

Taxi! Taxi! A television program. Script 
no. 1: "Allan and Ann." © Walter Armi- 
tage; Ic 28Tun48; DU15597. 

"Taxi! Taxi!" the story of Kate and the 
kids. Television script. © Regency Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 190ct48; DU16784. 

ARMOUR and Company. 
The egg and you. DU16045. SEE Wilding 
IHcture I'roductions, inc. 

ARMSTRONG Cork Company. 
Boiler feed water treatment. C3196. SEE 

Wickert, Richard Guy. 
The story of steam generation. C2791. 
SEE Wickert, Richard Guy. 

ARNOLD (Edward) and Company, inc. 
The bells of Bruges. DP15947. SEE Rose, 
Margaret. 

ARONIN, BEN. 
In the name of the king; Purim operetta 
for children. Libretto by Ben Aronin, 
music by Harry Coopersmith. [New York, 
1948]. 22 p. © Jewish Education Com- 
mittee of New York, inc.; 25Mar48; 
DP16356. 

AROUND the world. DU15754. SEE Young 
People's Records, inc. 

AROUT, GABRIEL. 
Paifline; ou, L'ecume de la mer. Piece 
en 2 actes, par Gabriel Arout [pseud, de 
Gabriel Aroutcheff ] © Gabriel Arout; 
Ic 20Aug48; DU16237. 

AROUTCHEFF, Gabriel. SEE Arout, Gabriel. 

ARREST at Jerusalem. DU15543. SEE The 
Children's Chapel, no. 46. 

ARSON, murder, and the Hornet. DU16586, 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 878. 



128 



ART for the family. DU17262. SEE 
Vaughan, Malcolm Wallace. 

ARV Miller's cartunes. C3188. SEE 
Miller, Arvin S. 

ABVOLD, ALFRED MASON. 
The ravine grows dark, a play in six scenes, 
by Mason Arvold. © Mason Arvold; Ic 
3Sep48; DU16437. 

ARVOLD, Mason. SEE Arvold, Alfred 
Mason. 

AS the twig is bent. DU15608. SEE Smart, 
Jewell Adams. 

ASBRAND, Karin Sundelof. SEE Sundelof- 
Asbrand, Karin. 

ASCHEHOUG (H.) & Co. (W. Nygaard) 
Jarlshus. DP17596. SEE Krog, Helge. 
Opbrudd. DP17598. SEE Krog, Helge. 
Pa solsiden. DPI 759 7. SEE Krog, Helge. 
Underveis. DP17599. SEE Krog, Helge. 

ASCHER, MAURY. 
Crossword telequiz, a sample television 
program. © Maury Ascher; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17703. 

ASHE, HARRY. 
Red wind rising, a play in three acts. 
© Harry Ashe; Ic 19Jul48; DU15658. 

ASHLEY, Gisela. 
The curtain. DU16313. SEE Lennox, 
Gilbert. 

ASHMAN, JANE. 
Good neighbors. DU17758. SEE Taylor, 

James Richard. 
Let's play murder, an idea for a television 

program. © Jane Ashman; Ic 20Dec48; 

DU17606. 

ASHTON, NORMAN WALLACE. 
Present perfect, a play in three acts. 
© Norman Wallace Ashton; Ic 27Aug48; 
DU16438. 

ASSOCIATION of the Junior Leagues of 
America, inc. 
Captain Kidd's treasure. DP16022. SEE 

Nicholson, Anne. 
Hansel and Gretel. DP15844. SEE 
Miller, Madge. 

ASWELL, Edward C. 
Mannerhouse. DP17701. SEE Wolfe, 
Thomas. 

AT arms' length. DU16345. SEE Goldberg, 
Saul. 

AT the fall of the leaf. DP15792. SEE 
Corrie, Joe. 

AT the feet of the Madonna. DP16532. SEE 
Lee, Charlotte I. 

AT the Y.W. DP16098. SEE Finsterwald, 
Maxine. 

ATALANTA. DU17298. SEE Hargreaves, 
Gerald P. 

ATOMS of truth. DU16471. SEE Davidson, 
Luella Grace. 

ATTENDS-moi. DP17552. SEE Madis, Alex. 

ATTENTAT auf Ilona. DU17498. SEE 
Schuppler, Bruno. 

AUCTION-air. C2784. SEE Cleveland. 
Radio Station WJW. 

AUCTION quiz. DU16694. SEE Norris, John 
Randolph. 

AUDIBERTI, JACQUES. 
Theatre [t.l 1 [par] Audiberti. [Paris] 
Gallimard[1948]. 198 p. Contents.— 






CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



AUDIBERTI, JACQUES. Cont'd. 

Quoat-9uoat, n^ece en deux tableaux. — 
L'ampelourJ piece en] un acte. — Les 
femmes du Boeuf^^iece en] un acte. — 
Le mal court, piece en trois actes. 
© Librairie Gallimard; 2Mar48; DP16145. 

AUDIT Bureau of Circulations. 
It's good to know. DU16044. SEE \Vildlng 
Picture Productions, inc. 

AUDLEY, HENRY. 
Thy name is woman, a play in three acts. 
© Henry Audley; Ic 260ct48; DU16911. 

AUGUST, BETTE. 
Sing out, what can you lose? A script for 
radio and television performance, with 
music and a contest. Written by Bette 
August, conceived by Jan August. [Text 
only] © Jan August, Bette August; Ic 
17Aug48; DU15949. 

AUGUST, Jan. 
Sing out, what can you lose? DU15949. 
SEE August, Bette. 

AUMONT, JEAN PIERRE. 
A time to love, a play in three acts. © Jean 
Pierre Aumont; Ic llAug48; DU15925. 

AUNT Hetty hits her stride. DP16665. 
SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

AUNT JENNY'S REAL LIFE STORIES. 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Ruth Adams 
Knight. © Lever Brothers Company. 

Nov. 8, 9, 10, 11, 1948. The prodigal's 
return, pts. 1-4. © Ic each 20Dec48; 
DUl 7591-17594. 

AUNT Sarah. DU16926. SEE Martin, Erik. 

AUNTIE and the bull. SEE Maughfling, 
Mabel. Five mime plays. DP15799. 

AUNTY'S big joke. DP16670. SEE St. Clair, 
Robert. 

AUSTEN, Jane. 
Sense and sensibUity. DP16431. SEE 
Martens, Anne (Coulter) 

AUSTIN, Gates, pseud. SEE Gates, 
Chester M. 

AUTOMOBILE knockdown. DU16854. SEE 
Schwartz, Louis E. Five negligence 
actions, no. A2. 

AUTOMOBILE passenger, death action. 
DU16855. SEE Schwartz, Louis E. Five 
negligence actions, no. A3. 

AUTUMN wedding. DU15943. SEE Lipman, 
Pauline W. 

THE AVE Maria Hour. 
Our Lady of Fatima. DU13751, SEE 
Fox, Wilhelmina. 

LES AVENTURES de Pinokio. DP 17423, 
SEE Rouget, Fernand. 

L'AVENTURIERE demasquee. DU13475, 
SEE Neskens, Armand. 

LE AVVENTURE di Pinocchio. SE 3 
Balsamo, Mario. DU16692, 
Rouget, Fernand. Les aventures de Pinokio. 
DP17423, 

THE AWAKENING. DU15488. SEE Curtis, 
Kenneth Burton. 

AWAY from it aU. DU13787.' SEE Gielgud, 
Val. 

THE AWKWARD age. SEE Ben-Ami, Arnon 
Jacob. The charming Mrs. Brook. DUl 780 7. 



AXFORD boots a beat. DU17034. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 885. 

AYMfi, MARCEL. 
Lucienne et le boucher, piece en qxiatre 
actes. Paris, B. Grasset [19471. 260 p. 
© fiditions Bernard Grasset; 30Dec47; 
DP15732. 



BABCOCK, ALFRED RAYMOND. 
Pioneers of industry. Television program. 
© Alfred Raymond Babcock. 

3. © Ic 20JU148; C2857. 

4. © le 27Sep48; C2980. 

BABCOCK, Frank Eugene. 
Is this house haunted? DU16381. SEE 
Campbell, Charles. 

THE BABE of Bethlehem. DP15586. SEE 
Barratt, Alfred. 

BABIAN, HAIG. 
Marie Barteau, a new play in a prologue 
and two acts, by Haig Babian and Irving 
Forbes. © Haig Babian, Irving Forbes; 
Ic 22Jul48; DU15706. 

BABIES' night out. DP16434. SEE St. Qair, 
Robert. 

THE BABY cloud. DUl 7565. SEE Nichol- 
son, Daniel Vernon. Jerry Butterball. 

THE BABY sitter. DP16392. SEE 
JfecDonald, Dora Mary. 

BACH, MARCUS. 
Timothy Alden, a play [in three acts] 
Meadville, Pa., Allegheny College, 1948. 
95 p. © Allegheny College; 180ct48; 
DP16866. 

BACHELOR, Edward. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

BACHELOR, JOSEPH. 
Lilacs are blooming, a play in one act. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [19481. 27 p. 
illus. © The Dramatic Pub. Co.; 5Sep48; 
DP16368. 

BACHELORS anonymous. DUl 6409. SEE 
Kuret, Frank Francis. 

BACHEVILLE, Jean. SEE Domes, Roger. 

BACHMAN, AURELIA. 
Strength, a play with a prologue, four acts, 
and an epilogue. © Aurelia Bachman; 
Ic 23Nov48; DUl 7260. 

BACK of beyond. SEE Furber, Douglas. 
The favourites of the stars. DP15797. 

BACK to the roots. DU16956. SEE 
Truesdell, Virnal Mary Ellen. 

BACKGROUND. DUl 7352. SEE Chetham- 
Strode, Warren. 

A BAD business. DP15793, SEE Carter, 
Conrad C. 

BADGER, ROBERT. 

Kick-off, a sports quizz. [Continuity] 
© Station WE-DO; Ic 10Sep48; C2993. 

BAER, GERTRUDE F. 
Snow-White and Rose-Red, an operetta for 
chorus and rhythm orchestra for pri- 
mary grades. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Gertrude F. Baer; 
Ic 13JU148; DUIS717. 

BAERWITZ, Sam. 
Triple cross. DU17116. SEE Hubler, 
Richard G. 



BAILEY, LeRoy William. 
Skin deep. DU17344. SEE Boysell, 
James Donovan. 

BAILYNSON, Mel. 
Campus Mardi-Gras. DU15724. SEE 
Stein, Walter. 

BAKER, EDNA, 
In the beginning, a modern morality play 
in one act. London, S. French [1945]. 
27 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1381) © Samuel French, ltd.; 31Dec45; 
DP16540. 

BAKER, HENDRIK. 
The cruise of the Toytown Belle, a play in 
three acts. Adapted from the stories 
Tales of Toytown", by S. G. Hulme- 
Beaman. © Hendrik Baker, Maud Hulme- 
Beaman; Ic 24Aug48; DU16461. 

BAKER (Walter H.) Company. 
Bright dummy. DP16996. SEE Sundelof- 

Asbrand, Karin. 
Counting the calories. DP16497. SEE 

McMullen, Joseph Carl, 
Easy juvenile plavs. DP18451. SEE 

Martens, Anne (Coulter) 
High adventure. DP16281. SEE Kocher, 

Ruth Laymon. 
The keeper of the clock. DP15469. SEE 

Field, Elliot. 
No man alive. DP15501. SEE Storer, 

Winifred Carol. 
The overnight ghost. DP16814. SEE 

Kurtz, C. Gordon. 
Pardon my millions. DP16321. SEE 

Nash, John. 
Sandals and golden heels. DP16279, SEE 

Finsterwald, Maxine. 
The sweetheart of U Baka Pi. DP16277. 

SEE Nash, John. 
This changing world. DP16280. SEE 

Sylvester, Lucille. 
Transparent curtain pageants for Easter. 

DP15433. SEE Mixer, Martha. 
'Twas the fight before Christmas. DP16234. 

SEE Martens, Anne Coulter. 

BALANCIA. C3058. SEE Whiting, Robert 
Rudd. 

BALDUS, A. F, 
The giant jackpot. DU17752. SEE First 
Nighter, Oct. 28, 1948. 

BALDWIN, BERTHA. 
Family reunion, a play in three acts. 
© Bertha Baldwin; Ic 3Aug48; DU16140. 

BALLAD of the Bendix. DUl 7640. SEE 
Alch, Alan Howard. 

BALLARD, Marlin. 
Marcella s tea cup. DU16445. SEE Hopper, 
William Hall. 



BALLEW, Carey L. 
The light eternal. DP16505. 
Bryan R. 



SEE Horner, 



BALSAMO, MARIO. 
Le awenture di Pinocchio, an opera in 
three acts. Based upon the book of the 
same title by Carlo Lorenzini. © Mario 
Balsamo; Ic 24Sep48; DU16692. 

BALTIMORE. DU16628. SEE Holland, 
Edward. 

HAMPTON, Ruth. 
The selfish giant. DP15434. SEE Young, 
Vivian Merrill. 

BANANA bride. DU15834. SEE Cloward, 
Ann Gillespie. 

BANNER Play Bureau, inc. 
Once to every 50y. DP16521. SEE 

Richards, Stanley. 
Romey owed and Julie et. DP16520. SEE 
Sutton, Vanita. 



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BANNER Play Bureau, inc. Cont'd. 
Through a glass, darMy. DP16519. SEE 
Richards, Stanley. 

BANYAI, Tommy. 
Sincerite. DU16976. SEE Marton, George 
Nicolas. 

BARAK, the red pony. DP15589. SEE World 
Over Playhouse, no. 2. 

BARBEE, LINDSEY, 
The rajah's ruby, a mystery comedy in one 
act. Minneapolis, Northwestern Press, 
cl948. 30 p. © The Northwestern Press; 
17Sep48; DP16393. 

BARBER, Gene. 
All men falling. DU17553. SEE Trzeinski, 
Edmund. 

THE BARBER of Seville. SEE 
Mitchell, Kathryn E. Call for Figaro. 

DP17212. 
Rossini, Gioacchino Antonio. Gioacchino 
Rossini's The barber of Seville. DPI 7322. 

IL BARBIERE di Siviglia. SEE Rossini, 
Gioacchino Antonio. Gioacchino Rossini's 
The barber of Seville. DP17322. 

BARCUMB, RUTH CAIN. 
Pride goeth nowhere, a five-minute radio 
play for children. (Little little theatre 

Scriptie"). © Ruth Barcume; 12Nov48: 
DP17562. 

BARFOED, AAGE. 
Tycho Brahe, an historical play in five acts, 
by Aage Barfoed; translated from the 
Danish by Evelyn Heepe. © Aage Barfoed, 
Frank Lund; Ic 15Jul48; DU16420. 

THE BARKING dog. DU16035. SEE Oil 
Oddities, no. 8. 

BARNETT, Paul. 
Reprise. DU16657. SEE Altman, Jess H. 

BARNEY'S Beanery. DU16127. SEE Telaak, 
Bill. 

BARNOUW, Erik. 

Ghosts of yesterday. DU16640. SEE 
Columbia University. VD radio project. 
Documentary 2. 

Just starting out. DU16641. SEE Columbia 
University. VD radio project. Documen- 
tary 63. 

A story of our town. DU16637. SEE 
Columbia University. VD radio project. 
Program 7. 

They never even suspected. DU16639. 
SEE Columbia University. VD radio pro- 
ject. Documentary 1. 

BARNS, FLORENCE ELBERTA. 
Breakwater, a play in ten scenes. © Flor- 
ence Elberta Barns; Ic lSep48; DU16151. 

UN BARON sur la branche. DU16239. SEE 
Taladoire, Barthelemy A. 

BARRATT, ALFRED. 
The Babe of Bethlehem, a Christmas 
pageant [in seven scenes] Book and 
lyrics by Alfred Barratt, music by 
Stewart Landon [pseud, of Roger C. Wil- 
son] Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz Pub. Co., 
cl948. 20 p. illus. © Lorenz Pub. Co.; 
3Jun48; DP15586. 

BARRAULT, Jean Louis. 
Le proces. DP17418. SEE Gide, Andre 

Paul Guillaume. 
The trial. DU15954. SEE Gide, Andre 

Paul Guillaume. 

BARRIE, SIR JAMES MATTHEW, bart. 
The boy David, a play in three acts. 
London,^S. French [1948]. 87 p. 
(French's acting edition, no. 360) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 29Jun48; DP15791. 
Prev. reg. 15Apr38; D pub, 58020. 



BARRON, Thomas Vaughan, pseud. SEE 
HUl, Lawrence Epps. 

BARRY, Peter. SEE The Shadow. (Radio 
program) 

BARSH, SAMUEL. 
The image, a play in seven acts, by Samuel 
Barsh in collaboration with Kenneth J. 
Vils. © Samuel Barsh, Kenneth Vils; Ic 
30Sep48; DU16769. 

BARSTOCK, JOSEPH. 
Things can happen. [Continuity] 104 leaves. 
© Joseph Barstock; Ic 7Jul48; DU15480. 

BARTELL, GERALD A. 
It pays to listen. [Sample radio script] 
© Gerald A. Bartell; Ic 12Jul48; C2795. 

BARTER in oil fields. DU16031. SEE 
Oil Oddities, no. 4. 

BARTHOL, ESTHER SIMPSON. 
Dowager tea, a dranaatic sketch. © Esther 
Simpson Barthol; Ic 20Dec48; DU17646. 

BARTHOL, RICHARD PAUL. 
Vintage of 1918, a dramatic sketch, by 
Richard Barthol, Jon Brenneis, and Rooert 
Hudson. © Richard Paul Barthol, Jon 
Martin Brenneis, William Robert Hudson; 
Ic 20Dec48; DU17663. 

BARTLEBY, the scrivener. DU16878. SEE 
Favorite Story, Oct. 14, 1947. 

BARTOO, MARION ESTELIE. 
Sasie, the seal who couldn't swim; a musi- 
cal narrative for children's records. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Marion Estelle Bartoo; Ic 13Sep48; 
DU16274. 



BARTSCH, Hans. 
Vera und familie. DU16459. SEE Fendrik, 

Franz. 
A waltz dream. DU16460. SEE Doermann, 
Felix. 

BASCH, Felix. 
Lametta. SEE Smith, Joe Bates. Star 
bright. DU15819. 

BASCH, Greta Freund. 
Lametta. SEE Smith, Joe Bates. Star 

bright. DU15819. 
Star bright. DU15819. SEE Smith, Joe 
Bates. 

BASIC principles of wage incentives. SEE 
Westinghouse Electric Corporation. 

BATAILLE de la Marne. SEE Obey, Andre. 
Theatre. DP15735. 

BATSON, GEORGE. 

A broom for the bride, a farce in three 
acts. New York, S. French [1948]. 85 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 16Jul48; DP15860. 
Magnolia Alley, a comedy in three acts. 
©George Batson; Ic 18Nov48; DU17211. 

BATTLES, ROY. 
Everybody's farm hour. Script, Oct. 20, 
1948. © The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; 
Ic 15Nov48; C3079. 

BAYLOR, Elisabeth Anne. 
By Gemini. DU17625. SEE Baylor, Hugh 
Murray. 

BAYLOR, HUGH MURRAY. 
By Gemini, a comedy with music in two 
acts and a prologue by Elisabeth and 
Murray Baylor. Music by Murray Baylor. 
Based on a novel by James Jeffrey Roche. 
© Hugh Murray Baylor; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17625. Text prev. reg. 28Jun48; 
DU15365. 

BAYLOR, Murray. SEE Baylor, Hugh 
Murray. 



BAYNE, Jon Samuel. 
The case of Mr. Crump. DU17301. SEE 
Simetti, Otto. 

BE figure wise with televised exercise. 
DU16884. SEE Carvel, Lanny. 

BE lamps unto yourselves. C3050. SEE 
Wiedenig, Joseph Andrew. 

BEACHNER, LCUIS. 
A husband once removed, a comedy in 
three acts, by Louis Beachner and Ben 
Morse. © Louis Beachner, Ben Morse: 
Ic 14Sep48; DU16358. 

BEAMAN, Maud Hulme. SEE Hulme- 
Beaman, Maud. 

BEAMAN, S. G. Hulme. SEE Hulme- 
Beaman, S. G. 

A BEAR for murder. DU16739. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 203. 

BEARD, ARTHUR O'GWYNN. 
Time will tell, a mystery comedy in three 
acts. © Arthur O'Gwynn Beard; Ic 
9Sep48; DU16577. 

BEATTIE, Dan. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

BEATTY, EMLIE BABBETTE. 
Who rides on a tiger? A play in three 
acts. © Emilie Babbette Beatty; le 
250ct48; DU17303. 

BEATTY, HOMER G. 
Beatty's X-ray technic. [Lecture] 
© Homer G. Beatty; Ic 19Nov48; C3113, 

BEAUMARCHAIS, Pierre Augustin Caron de. 
La folle journee; ou, Le mariage de Figaro. 
SEE Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolf- 
gang Amadeus. Les noces de Figaro. 
DP17771. 

BEAUMONT, WILLIAM GERALD. 
Immortally yours, a comedy in three acts. 
© WiUiam Gerald Beaumont; Ic 20Aug48; 
DU15991. 

THE BEAUTIFUL ballad. SEE Gallenstein, 
Leo Jacob. Music under sea. DU16196. 

THE BEAUTIFUL blond and the trash hauler's 
son. DU17326. SEE Walker, Maregrett. 

BECDEUfiVRE-d'indy, Mme. SEE 
Maurette, Marcelle. 

BECKER, Don. SEE Life Can Be Beautiful 
(Radio program) 

BECKER, EDNA MARIE. 

Once upon a Christmas Eve, an operetta 
for primary and middle grades; libretto 
by Edna Becker, music by Rebecca Welty 
Dunn. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson 
[1948]. 32 p. © Row, Peterson & Co.; 
280ct48; DPI 7249. 

With a cherry on top, a play in three acts. 
© Edna M. Becker; Ic lNov48; DU17011. 

BECKETT, HELEN. 
Ten per cent man, a play In three acts by 
Helen Becket with music by Marta Becket. 
Text and music on separate leaves. 
© Helen Becket, Marta Becket; Ic 
120ct48; DU16697. ' 



I 



BECKETT, Marta. 
Ten per cent man. DU16697. 
Helen. 



SEE Beckett, 



BECKY Sharp. DU15452. SEE Finnie, Isa- 
beHa Holt. 

THE BEDTIME circle. DU17531. SEE 
Rotter, Friedrich. 



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BEER, OTTO FRITZ. 
Wir waren unser Drei, Lustspiel in vier 
Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges.m.b.H.; Ic 7Dec48; DU17506. 

"3EER," said the privates. DU17564. 
SEE Wallace, William Sheldon. 

BEFORE their years. DU16983. SEE 
Wilderman, Louis H. 

BEfflND the iron curtain. DU16650. SEE 
Seymour, Tot. 

BEHOLD the day. DU17547. SEE Meeropol, 
Abel. 

BELANGER, Mel. SEE Belanger, Merlyn 
Kenneth. 

BELANGER, MERLYN KENNETH. 
Green-eyed minx, by Mel Belanger. 
[Radio play] © Merlyn Kenneth Be- 
langer; Ic I7Aug48; DU16223. 

BELL, James E. 
Faustina. DU16584. SEE Doktor, Nike 
Olga. 

BELL, RICHARD H. 

The giant jackpot. DU17752. SEE First 
Nighter, Oct. 28, 1948. 

BELL, STANLEY JAMES. 
Birds of passage, a play in three acts. 

© Stanley J. Bell; Ic 10Aug48; DU15902, 
The man upstairs, a play in three acts. 

© Stanley J. Bell; Ic 18Nov48; DU17208. 

BELL, book and candle. DU15785. SEE 
Van Druten, John. 



BELL Telephone System. 
The invisible receptionist. DU17363. 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE 



UNE BELLE histoire. DP17429. 
Rotter, Guy. 



SEE 



LA BELLE Hortense. DU17437. SEE 
Ruth, Leon, 

THE BELLS of Bruges. DP15947. SEE 
Rose, Margaret. 

BELOVED millionaire. DU16183. SEE 
Arden, Gertrude Loretta Cashman. 

BEN Yancy's legacy. DU17068. SEE The 
Challenge of the'' Yukon, no. 573. 

BEN-AMI, ARNON JACOB. 
The charming Mrs. Brook, a play in four 
acts, by Arnon Ben-Ami and Slava Ben- 
Ami. Adapted from the novel, "The 
awkward age," by Henry James. © Arnon 
Ben-Ami, Slava Ben-Ami; Ic 17Dec48; 
DU17607. 

BEN-AMI, Slava Estrin. 
The charming Mrs. Brook. DU17607. SEE 
Ben-Ami, Arnon. 

BENDER, RITA EVA. 
There goes Georgie, a new program. 
[Radio script] © Rita Bender; Ic 
17Aug48; DU15951. 

BENEDETTI, ALDO DE. 
Two dozen red roses, a play in three acts. 
A translation and adaptation for the Eng- 
lish-speaking stage, by Ernestine Perrie, 
in collaboration with Charles Goff and 
Morton Sarett. © Ernestine Perrie; Ic 
2Iul48; DU15667. 

BENEDETTO, Annibale di, SEE Di Benedetto, 
Annibale. 

BENJAMIN, MARYE DURRUM, 
Diane's diary. DU17765, SEE Derby, 

Elizabeth Dietrich. 
Glamorizin' grandpa; or, Pecos Bill's new 

look. Script by The Durrum Twins [pseud.] 



and Joe Murphy, from an original story 
by Elizabeth Dietrich Derby. © Marye D. 
Benjamin, Joe Murphy, Elizabeth Dietrich 
Derby; Ic 9Aug48; DU15896. 

BENNETT, Jane Sperry. SEE Connell, Jane 
Sperry Bennett. 



BENNETT, JAY. 
EUie, a new comedy in three acts. 
Bennett; Ic 9Nov48; DU17110. 



© Jay 



BENNETT, REBECCA MARLA. 
The hour, a four act drama. © Vivian 
Louise Bennett; Ic 8Nov48; DU17092. 

BENNETT, Vivian Louise. 
The hour. DU17092. SEE Bennett, Rebecca 
Maria. 

BENNION, JEAN H. 
Mr. Geography, a series of fourteen 
15-minute radio scripts by Jean H. Ben- 
nion and Melvin R. White. Minneapolis, 
Northwestern Press, cl948. 174 p. 
© The Northwestern Press; 10ct48; 
DP17009. 

BENTHAjM, JOSEPHINE. 
Kitty O Day, a comedy in two acts. © Jose- 
phine Bentham; Ic 21Sep48; DU16411. 

BENTLEY, Eric RusselL 
Parables for the theater. DP16815. SEE 
Brecht, Bertolt. 

BENTLEY, Maja Tschernjakow. 
Parables for the theater. DP16815. SEE 
Brecht, Bertolt. 

BENTON, Ray. SEE Benton, William Ray- 
mond. 

BENTON, WILLIAM RAYMOND. 

The college of art-typing knowledge; script 
for a fifteen- minute television program, 
by Ray Benton and Julius Nelson. [Sample 
episode] © William R. Benton, Julius 
Nelson; Ic 20Aug48; C2947. 

Ray Benton's hobby house, a television pro- 
gram script. © William Raymond 
Benton; Ic 23Nov48; C3189. 

BENZ, GEORGE HAMILTON. 
The clock fight, a play in three acts and 
six scenes, by Hamilton Benz. © Hamilton 
Benz; Ic 14Jul48; DU15596. 



BENZ, Hamilton. 
Hamilton. 



SEE Benz, George 



BERG, GERTRUDE. 
Me and Molly; a play in three acts. [New 
York] Dramatists Play Service [1948] 
79 p. illus. © Gertrude Berg; l3Nov48; 
DP17278. Prev. reg. 15Apr48; DU14009. 

BERGEN, Edgar John.. SEE The Charlie 
McCarthy Show (Radio program) 

BERGER, Sylvia. SEE The Eternal Light 
(Radio program) 

BERGREEN, Bessie. 
Life companion. DU16916. SEE Bergreen, 
Jacob. 

BERGREEN, JACOB. 
Life companion, a comedy in three acts, 
by J. and B. Bergreen. © Jacob Bergreen, 
Bessie Bergreen; Ic 280ct48; DU16916. 

BERK, ROGER G. 

Sing, Cinderella. [Radio script] © Summit 
Radio Corp.; Ic 20Oct48; DU17115. 

BERK, VIOLA G. 

Alladin's lamp; continuity. © Viola G. 
Berk; Ic 5Aug48; DU16084. 

BERNARTH, Stephanie. 
Black velvet. DU15728. SEE Laidlaw, 
Betty. 



BERNEY, WILLL\M CLAIBOURNE. 
Thread of scarlet, a play in three acts. 
© William Claibourne Berney; Ic 30Sep48: 
DU16772. ^ ' 

BERNFELD, ROSE MORRIS. 
The world— 1948. A play in one act. 
© Rose Morris Bernfeld; Ic 11Aue48; 
DU16161. ^ ' 

BERNIKOFF, MORRIS. 
Echoes of freedom, a diatribe on freedom 
in dramatic form by Morris Bernikoff, 
ed. by Joseph Mirranne. 10 leaves. 
© Morris Bernikoff; 10Aug48; DP15959. 

BERNSTEIN, ROBERT ALAN. 
Job; the dramatization of the Book of Job, 

in one act. © Robert Alan Bernstein; Ic 

10Dec48; DU17538. 
Man never is, a play in one act. © Robert 

Alan Bernstein; Ic 8Dec48; DU17516. 

BERR, Georges. 
Le mariage de maman. SEE Verneuil, 
Louis. Mama's wedding. DU16573. 

BERRY, HERMAN THOMAS. 
Alceblades, a play in three acts, by Ted 
Berry [pseud.] © Herman Thomas (Ted) 
Berry; Ic 250ct48; DU16875. 

BERRY, Ted, pseud. SEE Berry, Herman 
Thomas. 

BERRYHILL, ELIZABETH GUEST. 
Advice to the lovelorn. DU17655. SEE 

Alch, Alan Howard. 
Blue-plate special. DU17657. SEE 

Brenneis, Jon Martin. 
Boresome foursome, a dramatic sketch. 

© Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; Ic 13Jul48; 

DU15605. 
La castaneta. DU17644. SEE Connell, 

William Gordon. 
Crazy world; sketch and lyrics by Elizabeth 

Berryhill, music by Maurice Engleman. 

[Text and music on separate leaves] 

© Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, Maurice 

Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; DU17678. 
Curtain time; sketch and lyrics by Elizabeth 

Berryhill, music by Maurice Engleman. 

yrext and music on separate leaves] 
Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, Maurice 
Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; DU17679. 

Do it in French; sketch by Elizabeth Berry- 
hill and Gordon Connell, music by Gordon 
Connell. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, Wil- 
liam Gordon Connell; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17672. 

Domestic scene, a dramatic sketch. 
© Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; Ic 13Jul48; 
DU15603. 

Everything is fine; blackout sketches by 
Elizabeth Berryhill, lyrics by Alan Alch, 
music by Max Rubinchik. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Max Rubinchik, 
Alan Howard Alch; Ic 20Dec48; DU17667. 

Foreign movie. DU17627. SEE Alch, 
Alan Howard. 

Gentleman's gentleman; sketch and lyrics 
by Elizabeth Berryhill, music by Btourice 
Engleman. [Text only]" © Elizabeth Guest 
BerryhiH; Ic I3Jul48; DU15602. 

Here comes the bride; sketch and lyrics by 
Elizabeth Berryhill, music by Maurice 
Engleman. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, 
Maurice Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17639. 

I think I'll get married again; sketch and 
lyrics by Elizabeth Berryhill, music by 
Maurice Engleman. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berry- 
hill, Maurice Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17674. 

I'm crazy about Daisy myself; words by 
Elizabeth Berryhill, music by Gordon 
Connell. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, Wil- 
liam Gordon Connell; Ic 20Dec48; DU17671. 



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BERRYHILL, ELIZABETH GUEST. Cont'd. 

Intermission speech, a dramatic sketch. 
© Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; Ic 
20Dec48; DU17660. 

Kiddie star, a dramatic sketch by Elizabeth 
Berryhill and Jane Bennett. © Elizabeth 
Guest Berryhill, Jane Sperry Bennett 
(Connell); Ic 20Dec48; DU17661. 

Long way back home; sketch and lyrics by 
Elizabeth Berryhill, music by Gordon 
Connell. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, 
William Gordon Connell; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17641. 

Make mine a blended whiskey; sketch by 
Elizabeth Berryhill, lyrics by Alan Alch 
and Elizabeth Berryhill, music by 
Maurice Engleman. [Text only] © Eliza- 
beth Guest Berryhill; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17662. 

Mr. Pugh is a very busy man; sketch and 
lyrics by Elizabeth Berryhill, music by 
Maurice Engleman. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Elizabeth Guest 
Berryhill, Maurice Engleman, Jr.; Ic 
20Dec48; DU17637. 

New army, a dramatic sketch. © Eliza- 
beth Guest Berryhill; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17629. • 

Non-singing commercial, a dramatic 
sketch. © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; Ic 
20Dec48; DU17651. 

Ode to a tree; sketch by Elizabeth Berry- 
hill and Jane Bennett, music by Maurice 
Engleman. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Jane Sperry Bennett (Connell), 
Elizabeth GXiest Berryhill; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17673. 

Out of order; sketch by Elizabeth Berryhill, 
lyrics by Alan Alch, music by Maurice 
Engleman. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Alan Howard Alch, Maurice 
Engleman, Jr., Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; 
Ic 20Dec48; DU17668. 

Out of the hat; sketches and lyrics by 
Elizabeth Berryhill, music by Maurice 
Engleman. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, 
Maurice Engleman; Ic 20Dec48; DU17669. 

Ping pong, a pantomime of dubious origin. 
© Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17652. 

P*inole mixed choral society; or. Music 
from the dead masters, no. 1. Lyrics 
by Elizabeth Berryhill, musical arrange- 
ments by Gordon Connell and Stanley 
Cavell. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, 
William Gordon Connell, Stanley Cavell; 
Ic 20Dec48; DU17676. 

Pinole mixed choral society; or, Music 
from the dead masters, no. 2. Lyrics 
by Elizabeth Berryhill, musical arrange- 
ments by Gordon Connell. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Elizabeth 
Guest Berryhill, William Gordon Connell; 
Ic 20Dec48; DU17675. 

Plumb trio. DU17659. SEE Connell, WU- 
liam Gordon. 

Psychoanalysis blues, a modern doctor's 
dilemma in one scene, and a song. Sketch 
and lyrics by Elizabeth Berryhill, music 
by Gordon Connell. jjText and music on 
separate leaves] © Elizabeth Guest 
Berryhill, William Gordon Connell; Ic 
20Dec48; DU17664. 

Sombrero dansero. DU17654. SEE Alch, 
Alan Howard. 

Song plugger's lament; sketch and lyrics 
by Elizabeth Berryhill, music by Maurice 
Engleman. f^ext and music on separate 
leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, 
Maurice Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17636. 

Spare me the classics, if you please; sketch 
by Elizabeth Berryhill, lyrics by Elizabeth 
Berryhill and Gordon Connell, music by 
Gordon Connell. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berry- 
hill, William Gordon Connell; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17666. 

There are no words; sketch and lyrics by 
Elizabeth Berryhill, music by George 
Prideaux. [Text and music on separate 



leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, 

George Alfred Prideaux; Ic 20Dec48: 

DU17643. 
II triomfo della morte; libretto and words 

by Elizabeth Berryhill, score by Maurice 

Engleman. [Text and music on separate 

leaves] © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, 

Maurice Engleman, Jr.; Ic 20Dec48; 

DU17680. 
Try this on for size, a dramatic sketch. 

© Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; Ic 20Dec48; 

DU17658. 
Wanta see how you looked? A pantomime 

sketch. © Elizabeth Guest Berryhill; 

Ic 20Dec48; DU17645. 
A woman's world, a dramatic sketch. 

© Elizabeth Guest BerryhiU; Ic 13Jul48; 

DU15606. 

THE BEST cook in America. DU17361. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BESTER, Alfred. SEE Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

THE BET. Marshall Grant-Realm Television 
Productions. No. 707. Screenplay by Louis 
Lantz. Based on the story of the same title 
by Anton Chekov. © Realm Television Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 3Nov48; DU17038. 

THE BET. DU16876. SEE Favorite Story, 
May 18, 1948, 

BETSY Ross and the American Flag. C3016. 
SEE Hudkins, Paul Dickinson. 



THE BETTER part of valor. 
Henning, Clyde Harvey. 



DU16654. SEE 



BETTI, UGO. 
Favola di Natale, commedia in tre atti. 

© Ugo Betti; Ic 2Jun48; DU16500. 
Irene innocente, dramma in tre atti. 

© Ugo Betti; Ic 2Jun48; DU16499. 
Lotta fino all alba, dramma in tre atti. 

© Ugo Betti; Ic 2Jun48; DU16501. 

BETTY Hanley. DV16111. SEE Meyer, Emil. 

BETWEEN the lilac and the rose. DU15557. 
SEE Goldfein, Abraham Leonard. 

BEVAN, DONALD JOSEPH. 
Loaded with medals, a drama in three acts, 
by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski. 
Revision of the drama "Stalag XVII-B." 
© Edmund Trzcinski, Donald J. Bevan; Ic 
22Sep48; DU16683. 

BEWARE of termites. DP16363. SEE 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

BEY, ABDUL AHMAD. 
Death's conquest; or, I sold my soiU to the 
devil. A dramatic radio script. © Abdul 
Ahmad Bey; Ic 27Dec48; DU17708. 

BIBERMAN, DAVID. 
Uncle Remus, a television script, by 
David Biberman and William Bowen. 
© David Biberman, William Bowen; Ic 
lSep48; DU16441. 

THE BID was four hearts. DP15893. SEE 
Mulvey, Timothy. 

BIERSCHWALE, Heinrich WUhelm. SEE 
Birsh, Henry WUliam. 

THE BIG Baldy. DU17613. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2478-1703. 

THE BIG broadcast. DP17126. SEE 
Weathers, Winston. 

BIG brother. DU16747. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 504. 

BIG deal. DU15420. SEE Levin, Jack Leon. 

THE BIG drive. DU17617. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2483-1708. 



THE BIG game. DU16642. SEE Columbia 
University. VD radio project. Local 
production script 1. 

BIG Joe. DU16743. SEE The Sheriff, no. 207. 

THE BIG shot. DU16377. SEE Claar, John. 

BILLY Penn's children. DU15481. SEE 
Smith, Robert Gordon. 

BIMBONI, ALBERTO. 
In the name of culture, a musical satire 
in one act, by Alberto Bimboni and 
Norma Stolzenbach. © Norma F. 
Stolzenbach; Ic 140ct48; DU16725. 

BINGO quiz. DP16518. SEE Ungerleider, 
Henry S. 

BINNCOE, PHYLLIS MARIE. 
Henry, and the six-foot bottle; an original 
story by Phyllis Coe [pseud.] Radio 
script. © Phyllis Marie Binncoe; Ic 
10Dec48; DU17537. 

BIRCH, PETER HUDSON. 
Fifty-one percent, a musical story of the 
theatre, by Peter Birch, with lyrics by 
Thomas B. Howell and music by Philip 
Kadison. In two acts, including prologue 
and epilogue. [Text only] © Peter 
Hudson Birch; Ic 20Aug48; DU16219. 

BIRD, CONSTANCE. 
A good send-off, a comedy in one act, for 
eight women. London, English Theatre 
Guild [1948]. 22 p. illus. (Guild one act 
library) © Constance Bird; 60ct48; 
DP17081. 

THE BIRD with the crown of gold. DP15588. 
SEE World Over Playhouse, no. 1. 

BIRDIE wants to sing. DP17753. SEE 
GomoU, Stella Christinia. 

THE BIRDS. SEE Aristophanes. Five 
comedies. A27306. 

BIRDS of passage. DU15902. SEE Bell, 
Stanley James. 

BIRIBI. DU17502. SEE Effenberger, Hans. 

BIRN, JEROME FRED. 
Holiday House, a play in three acts, by 
Jerry Birn. © Jerome F. Birn; Ic 7Sep48; 
DU16247. 

BIRSH, HENRY WILLIAM. 
Falling Star (Indian guard), an opera in one 
act. © Henry William Birsh, Jr. (formerly 
Heinrich Wilhelm Bierschwale); Ic 
250ct48; DU17108. 

THE BIRTHDAY club. C2836. SEE CargUl, 
Alfred Seymour. 

A BIRTHDAY in Bethleham. DU15957. SEE 
Stroud, Albert Ben. 

THE bishop's wife. DP17416. SEE Nathan, 
Robert. 

BDCBY, Carl. SEE Life Can Be Beautiful 
(Radio program) 

BIZ MAN, Irving E. 
S.S. Lollipop. DU16182. SEE Marvin, 
Julie. 

BLACK, Kitty. 
Crime passionel. DU15559. SEE Sartre, 
Jean Paul. 

BLACK, Marge E. SEE Black, Marguerite 
Evelyn. 

BLACK, MARGUERITE EVELYN. 
The highest ace, a dramatico- musical com- 
position, by Marge E. Black. Screenplay. 
45 leaves. © Marguerite Evelyn Black; 
Ic 13Sep48; DU16289. 



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BLACK, THOMAS E. H. 
The magic bed, a comedy in three acts, by 
Macklym Hartylf pseud.] ©Thomas 
E. H. Black; Ic 14Jun48; DU15456. 

THE BLACK box. ■DU17075. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 24S3-1688. 

THE BLACK gang. DU16835. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2460-1685. 

THE BLACK husky. DU17312. SEE Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 582. 

BLACK velvet. DU15728. SEE Laidlaw, 
Betty. 

BLACKBEARD. DU16312. SEE Trotman, 
William Cecil. 

BLACKMAR, Beatrice. 
Ten per cent. DU17709. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 10. 

BLACKMORE, PETER. 
Miranda, a comedy in three acts. London, 
H. F. W. Deane; Boston, W. H. Baker Co. 
[1948]. 67 p. illus. ("Deane's" series 
of plays) © Peter Blackmore; 6May48; 
DP15521. 

A BLADE from Damascus. DU17331. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 86. 

BLAKE, WILLIAM DORSEY. 

Fugue in F Diner, a one act play. © Wil- 
liam Dorsey Blake; Ic 24Nov48; DU17296. 

Nightmare, a play in one act. 97 leaves. 
© William Dorsey Blake; Ic 24Nov48; 
DU17297. 

BLANKFORT, Henry. 
Behold the day. DU17547. SEE Meeropol, 
Abel. 

BLAU, HERBERT. 
By definition, a one act play. © Herbert 
Blau; Ic 120ct48; DU16950. 

DAS BLAUE vom Himmel. DU17504. SEE 
Friese, Ernst. 

BLESSED are the merciful. DU15448. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 75. 

THE BLESSING of Francis. DU16942. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

BLETZER, Russell R. SEE Sermon of the 
Week, no. 53. C2827, 

THE BLIND goddess. DP17021. SEE 
Hastings, Patrick. 

BLIND love. DU16293. SEE KroU, Anne. 

BLIND Milton. DP16550. SEE Howe, Ena 
Hay. 

BLODGETT, ROBERT NELSON. 
The north road, a melodramatic fantasy 
in three acts. © Robert N. Blodgett; Ic 
40ct48; DU16949. 

BLOOM, MAUDE McFIE. 
The song in the home, an authentic story 
dramatizing the clash of cultures in pre- 
historic New Mexico. In two scenes. 
© Maude McFie Bloom; Ic 3Iun48; DU15716. 

BLOOM, URSULA. 
Displaced persons, a play in one act. 
London, ^S. French [1948]. 24 p. iUus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 506) 
© Samuel French ltd.; 3Sep48; DPI 7019. 

THE BLUE cockade. DU17514. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 584. 

BLUE fever. DU15879. SEE Kamile, 
Coleman. 

THE BLUE mask. DU16741. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 205. 



BLUE-plate special. DU17Q57. SEE 
Brenneis, Jon Martin. 

BLUE ribbon baby. SEE Martens, Anne 
(Coulter) Easy juvenile plays. DP16451. 

BLUEBEARD. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Oct. 16, 1948. DU17087. 
Samuel, Kenneth Ormsby. DP16542. 

BOARD of Parish Education, The Evangelical 
Lutheran Church. SEE Evangelical Lu- 
theran Church. Board of Parish Education. 

BOAZ makes up his mind. DP15630. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 184. 

BOB Chappuis. C3070. SEE The American 
Way, CI. 

THE BOBBY Sock Kid. DU16982. SEE 
Kaplan, Tish Joseph. 

BOGGIA, H. P. Dar, pseud. SEE Boggia, 
Pio Enrico. 

BOGGIA, PIO ENRICO. 
Not Babylon, a drama in three acts, by 
H. P. Dar Bog£;ia [pseud. 1 © Pio Enrico 
Boggia; Ic 27Jul48; DU15759. 

BOILER feed water treatment. C3196. SEE 
Wickert, Richard Guy. 

BOLES, Jim, pseud. SEE Bowles, James 
Caskey. 

BOLORE, Agnes Roberts. 
Hotel Rhythm. DU17348. SEE Orio, 
Edward Enzo. 

BOLTINOFF, MURRAY. 
Rough sketches, a television script, by 
Murray Boltinoff and Hal Seegar. Pro- 
duced by Robert Maxwell Associates. 
© Robert Maxwell Associates; Ic 30Aug48; 
DU15820. 

LE BON Dieu sans confession. DU16143. 
SEE Duran, Michel. 

BOND, JUDITH STROHM. 
\^'ho gets the kitchenette? A comedy in one 
act. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [^1948]. 
30 p. illus. © The Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
3Sep48; DP16366. 

LA BONNE hotesse. DU15470. SEE Veber, 
Serge. 

BONNIE Annie. DU16678. SEE Across the 
Years to Yesterday, no. 6. 

BONNIERS (Albert) Forlag. 
Han traffas inte hair. DP16300. SEE 

Hellstrom, Gustaf. 
Sonens "aterkomst. DP16301. SEE 

Stjernstedt, Marika. 

BOO Golly, the ghost. DU15983. SEE Car- 
toon Teletales, Aug. 2, 1948. 

THE BOOM show. DU16164. SEE Sickel, 
Norm. 

BORDEN, Eugene. 
The boom show. DU16164. SEE Sickel, 
Norm. 

BORDEN, Ruth. SEE Mystery Theatre 
(Radio program) 

BORDERLINE case. DU16837. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 882. 

THE BORE and the rake. DU16469. SEE 
Kobin, Robert. 

BORESOME foursome. DU15605. SEE 
BerryhiU, Elizabeth Guest. 

BORG -WARNER Corporation. Norge divi- 
sion. 

The best cook in America. DU17361. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



New affair with an old flame. DU17360. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BOSCHOT, Adolphe. 
Les noces de Figaro. DP17771. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 
Amadeus. 

BOSTON BLACKIE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Ralph Rosen- 
berg. © Frederic W. Ziv Co. 

1A-20A. [Apr. 11, 18, 25] May 2, 9 [16] 
23, 30, June 4, 11, 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 
30, Aug. 6, 13, 20, 1945. © Ic each 
20Dec48; r)U17681-17700. 

BOSTON BLACKIE (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Ken Lyons 
and Ralph Rosenberg, with adaptation for 
television by Jim Bridges. © Frederic 
W. Ziv Co. 

TV150. July 16, 1948. The crime that 
took time. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16292. 

THE BOTTOM of the pile. DU18517. SEE 
Vajda, Ernest. 

BOUCHOR, Jean. 
Les verts galants. DU16238. ^EE Hirsch, 
Georges. 

BOWDEN, MARY COLETTE (SAINT). 
Break the news, a play in one act. 
© M. Colette Bowden; Ic 24Aug48; 
DU16050. 

BOWEN, William. 
Uncle Remus. DU16441. SEE Biberman, 
David. 

BOWLER'S aUey. C2992. SEE Frank, 
Beryl Oppenheimer. 

BOWLES, JAMES CASKEY. 
Tex and Loco, a juvenile radio serial, by 
Jim Boles [pseud.] Episode no. 1, and 
synopses of episodes 2 through 12. 
© James C. Bowles; Ic 25Aug48; DU16048. 

BOWLEY, ^BESSIE C. 
Children's treasury; plays and poems for 
kindergarten, first, and second grades. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson, cl948. 
62 p. music. © Row, Peterson & Co.; 
16Sep48; DP16523. 

BOX AND COX. Marshall Grant-Realm Tele- 
vision Productions. No. 703. Screenplay by 
Louis Lantz. Based on the play by John M. 
Morton. © Realm Television Productions, 
inc.; Ic 3Nov48; DU17041. 

BOXING for everyone. DU17180. SEE 
Laufer, Lee. 

THE BOY David. DP15791. SEE Barrie, 
Sir James Matthew, bart. 

BOYD, Carolyn Fitzgerald Plummer. 
Paris, Mo. DU15504. SEE Miller, Stanley 
Arthur. 

BOYSELL, JAMES DONOVAN. 
Skin deep, a play in three acts, by Jim Boy- 
sell and Roy Bailey. © James Donovan 
Boysell, LeRoy William Bailey; Ic 
2Dec48; DU17344. 

BRAATEN, EUNICE EDDY. 
The tinder box, a play for children in three 
acts. [Includes words and music for 
songs, on separate leaves] © Eunice Eddy 
Braaten; Ic 2Jul48; DU15609. 

BRADY, BETTY. 
Stewpot of ideas; audition script no. 1. 
© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 
6Jul48; C2777. 

BRADY, CHARLES ANDREW. 
My Lord Fool, a play of Thomas More, in 
three acts. © Charles A. Brady; Ic 
8Nov48; DU17109. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BRADY, Fred. 
Champagne for Caesar. 
Jacoby, Hans. 



DU17213. SEE 



BRADY, FRED C. 
Sleep with earth, a requiem in three acts 
and some letters. © Fred C. Brady; Ic 
16Nov48; DU17601. 

BRAIN, Geraldine. SEE Siks, Geraldine 
Brain. 

THE BRAIN storm. DPI 7243. SEE Knapp, 
Bettye. 

BRAUN, Gilbert. SEE The Adventures of 
Frank Merriwell (Radio program) 

BRAUN, Ruth. SEE The Adventures of 
Frank Merriwell (Radio program) 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 
Aunt Hetty hits her stride, a fun-filled 
farce in three acts. New York, 
S. French, cl948. 108 p. Ulus. © Sam- 
uel French; 30Sep48; DP16665. 
Could be! A carefree comedy in three acts, 
by Ftfi Factor [psevid.] New York, 
S. French, cl948. 105 p. illus. © Samuel 
French; 30Sep48; DP16661. 

' The false alarm; a cheerful, delightful 
comedy in three acts, by Esther Faust 
[pseud.] New York, S. French [1948]. 

109 p. illus. © Samuel French; 8Jun48; 
DP15862. 

Great expectations, a dramatization based 
on Charles Dickens' all-time great 
masterpiece, in three acts, by Alice 
Chadwicke [pseud.] New York, S. French 
[1948]. 114 p. front. © Samuel French; 
10ct48; DP16663. 

Home was never like this, a rousing modern 
farce in three acts, by Nat Lakely [pseud.] 
New York, S. French [19481. 103 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 12Nov48; DP17388. 

I wouldn't know I A riotous farce in three 
acts, by Hazel Peavey [pseud.] New York, 
S. French, cl947. 104 p. illus. © Samuel 
French; 31Dec47; DP15631. 

Little Miss Bobby-Sox; a gay, warm comedy 
in three acts, by Philip Steele [pseud.] 
New York, S. French, cl947. 105 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 31Dec47; DP15632. 

My favorite girl friend, a laugh -provoking 
farce in three acts, by Nydia Taylor 
[pseud.] New York, S. French [1948]. 

110 p. illus. © Samuel French; 8Jun48; 
DP15858. 

The stuffed shirt, a genuinely amusing 
comedy in three acts, by Jethro Jenkins 
[pseud.] New York, S. French [1948]. 
102 p. illus. © Samuel French; 26Nov48; 
DPI 7392. 

BRAUNLICH, DOROTHY ELBERTINE. 
Down is up, a comedy with music in three 
acts. [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Dorothy Elbertine Braunlich; Ic 
8Jun48; DU16574, 

BRA US, MORTIMER. 
There's rosemary, a play in three acts by 
Mort Braus. © Mortimer Braus; Ic 
270ct48; DU17045. 

BRAVE heart. DU16789. SEE Forer, Val. 

THE BRAVE Httle tailor. DU17476. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Dec. 4, 1948. 

BRAVO. DU16422. SEE Ferber, Edna. 

BRAY, ADA CHARLOTTE. 
Among us girls, a radio program by Ada 
Charlotte Bray and James Taylor Mahoney. 
Scrifi for June 26, 1946. © Ada Charlotte 
Bray, James Taylor Mahoney; Ic 23Sep48; 
DU17540. 

BREACH of marriage. DU17464. SEE 
Sutherland, Dan. 

BREAK the news. SEE 
Bowden, Mary Colette (Sant). DU16050. 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 576. DU16129. 



BREAKFAST in the country. SEE Goshawk, 
Evelyn. The elopement, and other mimes. 
DP15796. 

BREAKFAST with the Bracks. DU15604. 
SEE Alch, Alan Howard. 

BREAKING the news. DU17083. SEE 
Carter, Frances Jeannette. 

BREAKUP. DU15683. SEE The Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 535. 

BREAKWATER. DU16151. SEE Barns, 
Florence Elberta. 

BRECHER, Irving. SEE The Life of Riley 
(Radio program) 

BRECHT, BERTOLT. 
Parables for the theater; two plays by 
Bertolt Brecht. The good woman of 
Setzuan, and The Caucasian chalk circle. 
English versions by Eric and Maja 
Bentley. Minneapolis, Univ. of Minne- 
sota Press [1948]. 192 p. ©Eric 
Bentley; 10ct48; DP16815. Prev. rag. 
"The Caucasian chalk circle," 19Dec47, 
D unp. 12018; "The good woman of 
Setzuan," 14Nov47, D unp. 12239. 

BREEN, ROBERT. 
Hamlet, a play in eleven scenes. A com- 
pletely original acting version, edited 
and arranged for performances before 
G.I. audiences. Text gleaned from 
Quarto 1, Quarto 2, and Folio 1 of 
Shakespeare's "Hamlet." © Robert 
Breen; Ic 21Jul48; DU16374. 

BREEZING along on the rainbow of a song. 
DU17585. SEE Smithfield, George Francis. 

THE BREMEN-town musicians. SEE Wilton, 
Martha Higgins. The vagabond minstrels. 
DU16023. 

BRENNEIS, JON MARTIN. 

Blue-plate special, a dramatic sketch, by 
Jon Brenneis and Elizabeth Berryhill. 
© Jon Martin Brenneis, Elizabeth Guest 
BerryhiU; Ic 20Dec48; DU17657. 

Cantata a la Passacaglia; sketch by Jon 
Brenneis, musical arrangements by 
Gordon Connell. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Jon Martin Brenneis, 
William Gordon Connell; Ic 20Dec48; 
DU17670. 

Catch act, a pantomime. © Jon Martin 
Brenneis; Ic 20Dec48; DU17647. 

Gravotsch, a dramatic sketch. © Jon 
Brenneis; Ic 20Dec48; DU17628. 

Vintage of 1918. DU17663. SEE Barthol, 
Richard Paul. 

BRENTANO, LOWELL. 

Queen Bee, a play in three acts, by Lowell 
Brentano and Will Oursler. © Lowell 
Brentano, WUl Oursler; Ic ljul48; 
DU15500. 

Queen Bee, a play in three acts, by Lowell 
Brentano and Will Oursler. © Lowell 
Brentano, Will Oursler; Ic 260ct48; 
on revisions; DU17133. 

BRE'R Fox and his stummick. C3037. SEE 
Willis, Holman, 

BREWSTER, MAY M. 
They found the Child, a Christmas cantata- 
drama [in eight scenes] Text by May M 
Brewster, music by Ruth Dale [pseud, of 
Ira B. Wilson] Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz Pub. 
Co,, cl948. 32 p. © Lorenz Pub. Co.; 
8Jun48; DP15637. 

BREWSTER, TOWNSEND TYLER. 
Andromeda, a lyric comedy in prologue, 
scenic interlude, and fifteen tableaux. 
© Townsend Tyler Brewster; Ic 13Dec48; 
DU17554. 
Letter and lottery. DU15884. SEE Florian, 
Jean IHerre Claris de. 



Rough and ready, a musical comedy in two 
acts. [Text only] © Townsend Tyler 
Brewster; Ic 19Jul48; DU15612. 

BRIAND, CHARLES. 
Phynance, comedie en un acte. Paris, 
La Scene Libre [1948]. 23 p. © Charles 
Briand; 15Jun48; DP15704. 

BRIAR Rose. DP16547. SEE Williams, 
E. Harcourt. 

A BRIDGE for a bridge. DU15676. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2418-1643. 

THE BRIDGE is not crowded. DU16027. 
SEE Waters, Aferianne Brown. 

THE BRIDGE of dreams. DU16095, DU16943. 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio pro- 
gram) 

BRIDGES, Jim. SEE Boston Blackie 
(Television program) 

BRIDLEBOY. DP17287. SEE Steele, 
Damaris. 

BRIEF encounter. DU17761. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Nov. 29, 1948. 



BRIEF moment. 
Alan Howard. 



DU17648. SEE Alch, 



BRIGHOUSE, HAROLD. 

The inner man, a comedy in one act, London, 
S. French [1945]. 22 p. (French's acting 
edition, no. 1439) © Samuel French ltd.; 
31Dec45; DP16544. 

The murder scream, a play in one act, by 
Mikhail Aklom [pseud.] London, 
S. French [19451 19 p. (French's acting 
edition, no. 1417) © Samuel French ltd.; 
31Dec45; DP16554, 

One of those letters, a play in one act, by 
Olive Conway [pseud.] London, S. French 
[1945]. 23 p. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1851) © Samuel French ltd.; 31Dec45; 
DP16541. 

BRIGHT, Robert. 
The life and death of Little Jo. SEE 
Robb, John Donald. Little Jo. DU16450. 

BRIGHT dummy. DP16996. SEE Sundelof- 
Asbrand, Karin. 

THE BRIGHTER DAY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Orin Tovrov. 
© The Procter & Gamble Co. 

1. Sept. 13, 1948. © Ic 40ct48; DU16606. 
21. Oct. 11, 1948. © Ic 280ct48; DU16910. 

A BRIGHTER Shakespeare. SEE Furber, 
Douglas. The favourites of the stars. 
DP15797. 

BRINCHMANN, ALEXANDER. 
Li6gnen og lykken; to skuespill. L^gnen^og 
lykken [skuespill i 3 akterl; De lange ar 
[h^respill i en akt] Oslo, Gyldendal Norsk 
Forlag, 1948. 192 p. © Gyldendal Norsk 
Forlag; 15Sep48; DPI 7046. 

BRINDLEY, George, pseud. SEE Waley, 
Marie, 

BRINKMEYER, WUliam R. SEE Sound 
Effects, inc. Radio scripts. 

BRIONES, CAROLINA R. 
Cristo, o la venganza gitana; drama en 
tres actos. © Carolina R. Briones; Ic 
9Aug48; DU15912. 

BROADWAY blackouts. DU17513. SEE 
Laufer, Lee. 

BRODE, Robert Stephen. SEE Jackson and 
Jill (Television program) 

THE BROKEN banjo. DU15468. SEE 
Richardson, Willis. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE BROKEN Jesus. DU16025. SEE Scott, 
Sari Elisabeth. 



BROKEN toy. DU17255. 
Family, no. 472. 



SEE Aldrich 



BROOK, Mary Helen. 
Dandelion jubUee. DP17248. 
Virginia Casey. 



SEE May, 



BROOKS, LENORE. 
I long to belong, a two act musical play. 
Book and lyrics by Lenore Brooks. Music 
by Leonard Levine. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Lenore Brooks, 
Leonard Levine; Ic 130ct48; DU16698. 

A BROOM for the bride. DP15860. SEE 
Batson, George. 

BROOMSTICKS and country ale. DU16913. 
SEE Jackson, William Chapin. 

BROTHER Cupid. DU15709. SEE Klausner, 
Dorothy Chenoweth. 

BROWN, DAVID. 
Saturday night at our house, by Dave Brown. 
Audition script no. 1, July 13, 1948. , 
© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 
9Jul48; C2792. 

BROWN, Dulcie Cooper. 
The secret. DU16113. SEE Brown, 
Elmer H. 

BROWN, ELUOTT FISHER. 
Of freedom we sing; dramatic anti-Communist 
stage play in three acts. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Elliott Fisher 
Brown; Ic 26Iul48; DU15872. 

BROWN, ELMER H. 
The secret, a tile of old New York, by 
Elmer Brown and Dulcie Cooper Brown. 
In two acts, with seven scenes. © Dulcie 
Brown, Elmer Brown; Ic 31Ai^48; 
DU16113. 

BROWN, John. SEE The New Mel Torme 
Show ^ladio program) 

BROWN, LEE POLK. 
Christopher and Ljmda Lee stories. By 
Lee Polk Brown and Lucile Tucker Brown. 
© Lee Polk Brown, Lucile Tucker Brown; 
Ic each 6Aug48. 

Lynda goes to see Dr. Gordon. C2913. 

Sissy. C2912. 

Sissy's first day in the country. C2910. 

Sissy's rainy day party. C2911. 

The vacuum cleaner that talked. C2914. 

BROWN, Lucile Tucker. 
Christopher and Lynda Lee stories. 
C2910-2914. SEE Brown, Lee Polk. 

BROWN, MILTON. 
The man with a jar of youth, a comedy in 
three acts, by Milton Brown and Gene 
Hurley. © MUton Brown, Gene Hurley; 
Ic 22Sep48; DU16421. 



BROWN, Sara Cowley- 
Sara. 



SEE Cowley-Brown, 



THE BROWN stain of death. DU17459. 
The Sheriff, no. 219. 



SEE 



BROWNING, Jean. 
Move along. DU17284. 
Paquita. 

THE BROWNING version. 
Rattigan, Terence. 



SEE Anderson, 



DU16997. SEE 



BRUCE, James, pseud. SEE Poth, William 
Arthur. 

BRUCKER, ARNOLD. 
Frlede auf Erden (Peace on earth), ein 
phantastlsches Bild kommender Zelt. Idee, 
Arnold Brucker; Tltel von Lucie Brucker; 



Mitarbeiter, Ewald Hippe; Mitarbeiterin, 

Ruth Hippe. [Screenplay] 47 leaves. 

© Arnold Brucker; Ic 10Sep48; DU16275. 



BRUCKER, Lucie. 
Friede auf Erden. 
Arnold. 



DU16275. SEE Brucker, 



BRUMM, Carol Jean. 
Foreign movie. DU17627. SEE Alch, 
Alan Howard. 



BRUSH, Katharine. 
Night club. DU16703. 
Studio, no. 2. 



SEE The Actor's 



BRUSKIN, Perry. 
Here's the bright side. DU17283. SEE 
Diamond, Richard. 

BRYANT, Billy. 
Children of Ol' Man River. SEE Ducovny, 
Allen. Cap'n BUly's showboat. DU16254. 

BRYSON, LYMAN. 
Invitation to learning; radio broadcast of 
July 4, 1948. © Columbia Broadcasting 
System, inc.; Ic 12Aug48; DU15923. 

BRYSSELBOUT, ROBERT CLEMENT. 
Vogue, a play in one act. © Robert Clement 
Brysselbout; Ic 30Jun48; DU15432. 



BUBBLE and Squeak. DP15794. 
Jennings, Gertrude E. 



SEE 



BUCHANAN, Alice. 
Statue of Liberty. DU16211. SEE It 
Really Happened, no. 129B. 

BUCHANAN, FRANK. 
The Centurion's servant, a play in one act. 
London, S. French [1945]. 16 p. (French's 
acting edition, no. 1853) © Samuel French 
ltd.; 31Dec45; DP16545. 

BUCKLEY, DONALD FRANK. 
The man who kissed his wife, a comedy in 
three acts. London, H. F, W. Deane; 
Boston W. H. Baker Co. [1948 1 62 p, 
illus. ( TDeane's series of plays) 
© Donald Frank Buckley; 12lun48; 
DP15522, ' ' 

BCCHNER, GBORG. 
Woyzeck a play. New translation by Henry 
Schnitzler and Seth Ulman. 42 leaves. 
© Henry Schnitzler, Seth Ulman; Ic 
28jul48;DU15788. 

BUGBEE (Willis N.) Company. 
Palms up. DP16702. SEE Clark, Al W. 
Santa Claus on trial, DP16701. SEE 
Bugbee, Willis Newton. 

BUGBEE, WILLIS NEWTON. 
Santa Claus on trial, a one-act play. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., W. N. Bugbee Co., cl948. 
(Bugbee' s Christmas plays) © The 
Willis N. Bugbee Co.; 20Sep48; DP16701. 

BUGLES in the hUls. DU16680. SEE 
Across the Years to Yesterday, no. 8. 

BUILD thee more stately mansions. DU17345. 
SEE Gravett, Margaret Watterson. 

BUILDING 222. DU16599. SEE Gilmore, 
Edward Joseph. 

BUNGLE the Beaver. DU15666. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, July 7, 1948. 

BUNNING, Kenneth. 
Ten per cent. DU17709. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 10. 

BUOYANT billions. DU16849. SEE Shaw, 
George Bernard. 

BUREAU of Jewish Education. SEE Los 
Angeles Jewish Community Coimcil. Bureau 
of Jewish Education. 



BURLINGTON Island. DU17203. SEE 
Lavlne, Samuel Sheppard. 

A BURMA girl a-waitin'. DU15487. SEE 
Geer, Alfred Spencer. 

BURNETT, Howard. 
Situations wanted. DU16649. SEE Prince, 
Harold Smith. 



THE BURNING torch. DP16056. 
World Over Playhouse, no. 6. 



SEE 



BURNS, JOSEPH W. 
Is all American business guilty imder pres- 
ent antitrust policy? [Address] © Joseph 
W. Burns; Ic 22Nov48; C3116. 

BURRELL, PERCY JEWETT. 
The pageant of our American heritage, a 
dramatic ritual of rededication to free- 
dom. Watertown, Mass., cl948. 
42 leaves. In ten milestones (episodes), 
with prologue and epilogue. © Percy 
Jewett Burrell; 22Jul48; DP16252. 

BURTON, MARION STURGES. 
Grandma knows best, a play in three acts. 
© Marlon Sturges Burton; Ic 15Nov48; 
DU17182. 

BURTON-MERCUR, PAUL. 
No path of glory, a one act drama. © Paul 
Burton- Mercur; Ic 28Sep48; DU16763. 



BUSINESS Collaborators, inc. 
St. Louis reminders. C2928. 
Ridgway Company, Inc. 



SEE 



BUSNACH, William Bertrand. 
Nana. DU15781. SEE Eustis, Alice 
Elizabeth. 

BUSS, CARL ALFRED. 
Felicity, a comedy in three acts. © Carl 
Alfred Buss; Ic 80ct48; DU16656. 

BUT once a year. DP15795. SEE Gary, 
Falkland L. 

BUTCHY and the giant. DU16764. SEE 
Confrey, Edward Elzear. 



BY appointment only. 
Sarett, Morton R. 



DU16342. SEE 



BY definition, DU16950. SEE Blau, Herbert. 



BY Gemini. 
Murray. 



DU17625. SEE Baylor, Hugh 



BY the beautiful sea. DU17004. SEE 
Shapiro, Bernstein & Company, inc. 

BY the hair of my chinny-chin-chin. DU15989. 
SEE Gariss, Jack Lyman. 

BY their fruits. DU16695. SEE The Greatest 
Story Ever Told, no. 79. 

BYERS, JEAN M. 
A mighty mysterious tree, a play for junior 
and senior high school grades prepared 
especially for American Education Week, 
Nov. 7-13, 1948. Washington, National 
Education Assn. [1948]. 23 p. ©Na- 
tional Education Association of the United 
States; 10Aug48; DP17541. 



CABIN fever. DU16134. SEE Rlker, Irene 
Marie, 

CACTUS Joe, DU17121, SEE Dr, Christian, 
no, 520. 

CADENZA. DU15569, DU15570. SEE 
Krouse, Morton. 

CAHN. ZVI. 
The handsome beau, a comedy in three acts, 
by Harry C. Laurie [pseud.] © Zvi Calm; 
Ic 27Jul48; DU15837: 



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CAIN, Gilbert E. 
What's the youth. DU15552. 
Herman. 



SEE Skolnik, 



CAIN and Abel. DU16303. SEE Tlie Eternal 
Light, no. 188. 

CAIN'S-keep. DU16774. SEE Hare, Mont- 
gomery. 

THE CALCULATED risk. DU16647. SEE 
Hunt, Howard. 

CALHOUN, EDWARD JOSEPH. 
Irish confetti, a musical play by Edward 
Joseph Calhoun and Helene Wright Leslie, 
with music by Robert Parks Michel. 
Act I, and Act II, scenes 1, 4, and 5. 

tText only] © Edward Joseph Calhoun, 
lelene Wright Leslie; Ic 2Aug48; 
DU159?.3. Prev. reg. Act 2, scene 2, 
24May 48, DU14929; scene 3, 10May48, 
DU145n. 

CALHOUN, THONNIS WATSON. 
Aeneas '63, a play in three acts. O Thonnis 

V/atson Calhoun; Ic 20SeiD48; DU13387. 
Take my hand, a play in three acts. 
© Thonnis Watson Calhoun; Ic 27Aug48; 
DU16090. 

CALL back yesterday. DPI 7394. SEE 
Law, Dorothy. 

CALL for Figaro. DPI 7212. SEE Mitchell, 
Kathryn E. 

CALL in the night. DU15641. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 498. 

THE CALL of duty. DU17030. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 569. 

CAME the dawn. DU15573. SEE Richmond, 
John Milton. 

CAMILLE. DU15633. SEE McKinney, 
John Robert. 

CAMMARANO, Salvatore. 
II trovatore. SEE Verdi, Giuseppe. 
Giuseppe Verdi's II trovatore. DP17325. 

CAMPANA Sales Company. SEE First 
Nighter (Radio program) 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES. 
Is this house haunted? A play in two acts, 
by Charles Camj^bell and Frank Babcock. 
© Frank Babcock, Charles Campbell; Ic 
10Aug48; DU16381. 

CAMPBELL Soup Company. 
Take it from here. C2887. SEE Handy 
Qam) Organization, inc. 

CAMPUS Mardi-Gras. DU15724. SEE 
Stein, Walter. 

CAMPUS queen. DU15536. SEE The Chil- 
dren's Chapel Summer Series, no. 12. 

CANAVAN. DU16354. SEE Walsh, John 
Joseph, 

CANDLE'S worth. DU17778. SEE Allen, 
Aria. 

CANTATA a la Passacaglia. DU17670. 
SEE Brenneis, Jon Martin. 

CANYON trap. DU15853. SEE The Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 539. 

CAPELLE, OLIVER BAMPTON. 
Mrs. Brady's boarding house; audition 
script for a half-hour radio program. 
© Oliver B, CapeUe; Ic 26Jul48; on 
revisions; DU15740. Prev. reg. "Voices 
of yesterday"; 24Feb48; D13092. 

EL CAPITAN Gitano. DU16456. SEE 
Herranz, Jaime G. 



CAPITOL RECORDS, INC. 

Gossamer V/app, a recording script, by 
Roger Price and Helen Mack. © Capitol 
Records, inc.; Ic 23Nov48; DU17200. 

CAPLIN, ABEL ARTHUR MICHAEL. 
Conniver's row, a comedy in three acts. 
© Abel Arthur Michael Caplin; Ic 
5Aug48; DU15855. 

CAP'N BILLY'S MISSISSIPPI MUSIC HALL 
(Television program) 

Scripts in this series are by Robert Max- 
well. © Robert Mrjcwell Associates. 

Sept. 17, 1948. © Ic 16SeiD48; DU18417, 

CAP'N Billy's showboat. DU16254. SEE 
Ducovny, Allen. 

CAPTAIN Kidd's treasure. DP16022. SEE 
Nicholson, Anne. 

CAPTAIN Whistler pioneers. DU15490. 
SEE Searles, Leon Roscoe. 

CARCEL de mujeres. DU17227. SEE 
Santos, Justo Rodriguez. 



CARDELL, George W. 
Winthrop variety dances. DU15453. 
Shannon, Earl P. 



SEE 



CARDINAL Pictures, inc. 
Impact. DP17461. SEE English, Richard. 

CARGILL, ALFRED SEYMOUR. 
The birthday club, a revision of the radio 
script for Nov. 17, 1947. © Alfred 
Seymour Cargill, d.b.a. Universal Adver- 
tising Service; Ic 7Jul48; C2836. 

CARHARTT, JAMES NEALE. 
The other Victoria, a comedy in three acts, 
by James Carhartt and Nicholas Winter. 
© James Neale Carhartt, Nicholas Winter; 
Ic 17Dec48; DU17586. 

CARLISLE, Rilla, pseud. SEE Martens, 
Anne (Coulter) 

CARNEGIE HALL (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Charles H. 
Wagner and Peter Lyon. © American Oil 
Co. 

1. Sept. 26, 1948. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16509. 



CARNIVAL in silhouette. 
Sack, Louis. 



DU16202. SEE 



CARTER, CONRAD C. 
A bad business, a comedy in one act. 
London, S. French [1948]. 34 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 39) © Samuel 
French, ltd.; lMay48; DP15793. 

CARTER, FRANCES JEANNETTE. 
Breaking the news, a comedy in one act. 
© Frances Jeannette Carter; Ic 8Nov48; 
DU17083. 

CARTER, NELSON. 
Cash on the line, a dramatic television pro- 
gram. © Nelson Carter; Ic 13Dec48; 
DU17526. 

CARTER, RANDOLPH. 
Fire boy, a three-act marionette play, by 

Randolph Carter, Tibor Nagy, and John 

Myers. © The Nagy Marionette Co.; 

Ic 25Aug48; DU16051. 
A new ending. DU16267. SEE Killiam, 

Paul. 

CARTOON TELETALES (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Charles and 
Jack Luchsinger, unless otherwise indicated. 
© Charles (Chuck) Luchsinger, Jack Luch- 
singer, unless otherwise indicated. 

June 2, 1948. Rufus the Rabbit, by Chuck 
Luchsinger. © Chuck Luchsinger; Ic 
19Jul48; DU15661. 



June 9, 1943. Flij the Frog, by Chuck Luch- 
singer. t^ Chuck Luchsinger; Ic 19Jul48; 

DU156?n. 
June 13, 1940. Korn?lius the Kangaroo, by 

Chuck Luchsinger. © Chuck Luchsinger; 

Ic 19Jul43; DU15S63. 
June 30, 1948. Little V.'hat Am I, by Chuck 

Luchsinger. © Chuck Luchsinger; Ic 

19JU148; DUi5064. 
July 5, 1948. Sizzmo the Sky Rocket, by 

Chuck Luchsinger. © Chuck Luchsinger; 

Ic 19Jul48; DU15335. 
July 7, 1940. Bungle the Beaver, by Chuck 

Luchsinger. © Chuck Luchsinger; Ic 

19Jul48; DU15633. 
July 19, 1948. Sippsy, the mosquito. © Ic 

19Aug48; DU15979. 
July 21, 1948. Maurice, the mouse. © Ic 

19Aug48; DU15980. 
July 26, 1948. The runaway roller skates. 

© Ic 19Aug48; DU15981. 
July 28, 1948. Yakety-Yak, the pelican. I 

© Ic 19Aug48; DU15982. 
Ai^. 2, 1948. Boo Golly, the ghost. © Ic 

19Aug48; DU15983. 
Aug. 4, 1948. Wiley, the fox. © Ic 19Aug48; 

DU15984. 
Aug. 9, 1948. Hezekiah and his sea going 

horse. © Ic 40ct48; DU17050. 
Aug. 11, 1948. Hey You, the lion. © Ic 

40ct48; DU17051. 
Aug. 15, 1948. The adventures of Mr. 

Chalk. Chapter 1. © Ic 40ct48; DU17052. 
Aug. 18, 1948. Feebly, the flying fish. 

© Ic :Oct48; DU17053. 
Sept. 1, 1948. Percy, the pigeon. © Ic 

40ct48; DU17054. 
Sept. 8, 1948. Leon, the lightning bug. 

© Ic 40ct48; DU17055. 
Sept. 15, 1948. Usta, the rooster. © Ic 

40ct48; DU17056. 
Sept. 22, 1948. Mimi, the mole. © Ic 

40ct48; DU17057. 

CARVALHO, Claire. SEE Weiller, Claire 
Carvalho. 

CARVEL, LANNY. 
Be figure wise with televised exercise [a 
sample television program] by Lanny 
Carvel, Doris Ulmann and Virginia Miller. 
© Lanny Carvel, Doris Ulmann, Virginia 
Miner; Ic 260ct48; DU16884. 

CARY, FALKLAND L. 

But once a year, a play in three acts. 
[London. S. French, 1948]. 86 p. iUus. 
(French s acting edition, no. 414) © Falk- 
land L. Gary; 27May48; DP15795. 

The grand design, a play in one act. London, 
C. H. Fox [1948J. 27 p. © Falkland L. 
Gary; 80ct48; DP17483. 

Holiday home, a comedy in one act, by 
Falkland L. Gary and Philip King. London, 
C. H. Fox [1948]. 32 p. © Falkland L. 
Gary; 70ct48; DPI 7399. 

Without vision, a drama in three acts. 
[London, S. French, 1948]. 72 p. illus. 
(French s acting edition, no. 572) A sequel 
to "Burning gold." © Falkland L. Gary; 
25Aug48; DP17020. 

CASAn,- Frank, pseud. SEE Cashman, Fran- 
cis Westinghouse. 

CASE, LAMBERT JACKSON. 
The shining mountains, a play in three acts, 
by Jack Lambert [pseud.] © Lambert J. 
Case, Dorothy E. Miller; Ic 8Nov48; 
DU17327. 

THE CASE for Japan (by a Japanese) C2787. 
SEE Levin, Morris Irving. 

THE CASE of Mr. Crump. DU17301. SEE 
Simetti, Otto. 

THE CASE of the campus queen. DU17458. 
SEE Hunter, Vada. 

THE CASE of the crushed petunias. SEE 
Williams, Tennessee. American blues. 
DP17279. 



V.)H 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE CASE of the invisible clue. DU16643. 
SEE Columbia University. VD radio pro- 
ject. Local production script 2. 

CASE of ... 
For additional titles beginning "Case of ..." 
see the following radio programs: 
Human Relations. 
Nick Carter, Master Detective. 

CASEY, ROSEMARY. 
Mother Hildebrans, a play in three acts. 
© Rosemary Casey; Ic 40ct48; DU16581. 

CASEY at the bat. DU16868. SEE Favorite 
Story, June 3, 1947. 

CASH on the line. DU17526. SEE Carter, 
Nelson. 

CASHMAN, FRANCIS WESTINGHOUSE. 
The legend of a mermaid, narrated by 
Frank Casan [pseud.] Created and illus. 
by Jac Leonard, n. p., cl948. 10,32 1. 
illus. © Jac Albert Leonard; 9Jul48; 
AA90491. 

CASPARY, VERA. 
Laura; play in three acts, by Vera Caspary 
and George Sklar, based on the novel by 
Vera Caspary. Acting ed. [New York] 
Dramatists Play Service J" 1948]. 67 p. 
illus. © Vera Caspary, George Sklar; 
24Aug48; on additions and revisions; 
DP16322. Prev. reg. 12Aug42, 
D unp. 81877; 10Sep45, D pub. 95037. 

CASSIDY, JULIA HECK. 
Flashes, life in America; an operetta in 
four acts. © Julia Heck Cassidy; Ic 
13Sep48; DU16947. 

CASSIDY, Maud. 
She laughs last. DP15519. SEE Coke, 
Peter. 

CASSDDY'S heritage. DU15783. SEE 
Rhodehamel, George Clark, 

LA CASTANETA. DU17644. SEE Connell, 
William Gordon. 

CASTi^E, MELISSA ALLEN. 
Know your Dallas; radio script, episode 1. 
© Melissa Allen Castle; Ic 15Jul48; 
DU15878. 

CASTO, JEAN F. 
Spread your wingS, by Jean F. Casto and 
Verlyn Webb. [Sample television script] 
© Jean F. Casto, Verlyn Webb; Ic 22Nov48; 
DU17605. 

THE CATBIRD seat. DU17776. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 5. 

CATCH act. DU17647. SEE Brenneis, Jon 
^fertin. 

CATON, DOROTHY WEBBER. 
Christmas in pantomime, for kindergarten 
and first grade. Evanston, 111., Row, 
Peterson, cl948. 32 p. illus. © Row, 
Peterson & Co.; 16Sep48; DP16522. 



CATTLE drive. DU15700. 
Ranger, no. 2417-1642. 



SEE The Lone 



THE CAUCASIAN chalk circle. SEE Brecht, 
Bertolt. Parables for the theater. DP16815. 

THE CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by various authors. 
© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. 

568. May 17, 1948. Queen of Heartbreak 
Trail, by Arthur Arent and Paul Peters. 
© Ic 30Aug48; DU16131. 

575. July 5, 1948. The exiled heart, by 
Virginia Radcliffe. © Ic 30Aug48; 
DU16130. 

576. July 12, 1948. Break the news, by 
Arthur Arent. © Ic 30Aug48; DU16129. 



579. Sept. 27, 1948. Incident at Niagara, 
by Peter Ruric and Virginia Radcliffe. 
© Ic 250ct48; DU16882. 

580. Oct. 4, 1948. Action at Santiago, by 
Arthur Arent. © Ic 250ct48; DU16883. 

584. Nov. 1, 1948. The blue cockade, by 
Robert Cenedella. © Ic 7Dec48; DU17514. 

585. Nov. 8, 1948. Garden key, by Arthur 
Arent. © Ic 7Dec48; DU17515. 

THE CAVE within. DU17624. SEE Curry, 
Helen Nonam. 

CAVELL, Stanley. 
Pinole mixed choral society; or. Music 
from the dead masters, no. 1. DU17676. 
SEE BerryhUl, Elizabeth Guest. 

CAVIN, BRAM. 
Race to nowhere, a play in three acts. 
© Bram Cavin; Ic 26Aug48; DU16088. 

CAYLOR, ARTHUR. 
Cinnamon seed, an original drama by Arthur 
and Hilda O. Caylor. Ill leaves. © Arthur 
Caylor, Hilda O. Caylor; Ic 6Dec48; 
DU17769. 

CAYLOR, Hilda Onkalo. 
Cinnamon seed. DU17769. SEE Caylor, 
Arthur. 

CfiALIS (Max) fiditions. 
lis ont vingt ans. DP15734. SEE Ferdinand, 

Roger. 
Le pois chiche. DP15705. SEE Mureqay, 

Thomas.^ 
La premiere legion. DP15670. SEE Lavery, 

Emmet. 
Si je voulais. DPI 5 703. SEE Geraldy, Paul. 

A CELEBRITY'S prostitute. DU16078. SEE 
Smith, Bettyejane. 

CENEDELLA, Robert. 
The blue cockade. DU17514. SEE .The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 584. 

THE CENTURION'S servant. DP16545. SEE 
Buchanan, Frank. 

CERTIFICATE of entry. DP15618. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 170. 

CHADWICKE, Alice, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

A CHAIR for Lorna. DU15887. SEE Ringer, 
Titus John. 

THE CHALLENGE. DU17707. SEE Kayser, 
Martha Cabanne. 

THE CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON (Radio 
program) 

Scripts In this series are by various 
authors. © The Challenge of the Yukon, 
inc. 

533. June 5, 1948. Starvation camp, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 20Jul48; DU15681. 

534. June 19, 1948, The Sweetwater fire, 
by Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 20Jul48; 
DU15682. 

535. June 26, 1948. Breakup, by Trendle- 
DougaU. © Ic 2(^ul48; DU15683. 

536. July 3, 1948. King of the castle, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 20Jul48; DU15684. 

537. July 17, 1948. The wolf-dog, by 
Trendle-MerrUl. © Ic 19Jul48; DU15679. 

538. July 24, 1948. Pit of disaster, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 19Jul48; DU15680. 

539. July 28, 1948. Canyon trap, by Trendle- 
Striker. © Ic 2Aug48; DU15853. 

540. Aug. 4, 1948. The tattooed star, by 
Trendle- Merrill. © Ic 5Aug48; DU16187. 

541. Aug. 11, 1948. King's revenge, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 12Aug48; DU16190. 

542. Aug. 18, 1948. Vindication, by 
Trendle- Merrill. © Ic 16Aug48; DU16194. 

543. Aug. 25, 1948. Rusky, by Trendle- 
Merrill. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16337. 

544. Sept. 1, 1948. The champion, by 
Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16332. 



545. Sept. 6, 1948. Shots in the dark, by 
Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16117. 

546. Sept. 8, 1948. Winner by proxy, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16334. 

547. Sept. 10, 1948. King's feud, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16338. 

548. Sept. 13, 1948. The fraud, by Trendle- 
MerrUl. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16978. 

549. Sept. 15, 1948. Trader Muldoon, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16979. 

550. Sept. 17, 1948. The showdown, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16333. 

551. Sept. 20, 1948. Lost Indian mine, by 
Trendle-Holt. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16982. 

552. Sept. 22, 1948. Icebound, by Trendle- 
DougaU. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16331. 

553. Sept. 24, 1948. Nugget Mountain, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 13Sep48; DU16977. 

553. Sept. 24, 1948. Old Ben's gold, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 27Sep48; DU16589. 

554. Sept. 27, 1948. Pot luck kUlers, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 27Sep48; DU16590. 

555. Sept. 29, 1948. Ghost town, by 
Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 27Sep48; DU16591. 

556. Oct. 1, 1948. Find the body, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 27Sep48; DU16592. 

557. Oct. 4, 1948. The extra uniform, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 130ct48; DU16822. 

558. Oct. 6, 1948. Record run, by Trendle- 
DougaU. © Ic 130ct48; DU16823. 

559. Oct. 8, 1948. Parson Shorty Meadows, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 130ct48; 
DU16824. 

560. Oct. 11, 1948. The Red Ace, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 130ct48; DU16825. 

561. Oct. 13, 1948. Mine of Good Hope, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 130ct48; DU16826. 

562. Oct. 15, 1948. White Hawk, by 
Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 130ct48; DU16827. 

563. Oct. 18, 1948. Underground ambush, 
by Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 110ct48; 
DU16828. 

564. Oct. 20, 1948. The false traU, by 
Trendle-MerrUl. © Ic 150ct48; DU16797. 

565. Oct. 22, 1948. The poisoner of 
Chlllwaw, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 
110ct48; DU16829. 

566. Oct. 25, 1948. Samaritan of the trail, 
by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 220ct48; DU17029. 

567. Oct. 27, 1948. Preston turns the 
tables, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 150ct48; 
DU16798. 

568. Oct. 29, 1948. The phantom gang, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 150ct48; DU16799. 

569. Nov. 1, 1948. The caU of duty, by 
Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 220ct48; DU17030. 

570. Nov. 3, 1948. The man with the red 
hair, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 220ct48; 
DU17031. 

571. Nov. 5, 1948. Death on the trail, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 220ct48; DU17032. 

572. Nov. 8, 1948. The wilderness up- 
rising, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic lNov48; 
DU17067. 

573. Nov. 10, 1948. Ben Yancy's legacy, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic lNov48; 
DU17068. 

574. Nov; 12, 1948. Shadow, by Trendle- 
MerrUl. © Ic lNov48; DU17069. 

575. Nov. 15, 1948. The second chance, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic lNov48; DU17070. 

576. Nov. 17, 1948. Manhunt, by Trendle- 



Joyce. © Ic lNov48; DU17071. 
)77 - ■ "- 



577. Nov. 19, 1948. Mary Lawson's gifts, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 16Nov48; 
DU17221. 

577. Nov. 19, 1948. The St. Bernard dog, 
by Trendle-MerrUl. © Ic 19Nov48; 
DU17267. 

578. Nov. 22, 1948. Mutiny on the Penguin, 
by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 19Nov48; DU17268. 

579. Nov. 24, 1948. Old Moby's cairn, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 19Nov48; DU17309. 

580. Nov. 26, 1948. Lost River roundup, 
by Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 19Nov48; 
DU17271. 

581. Nov. 29, 1948. Strike at Pelican 
Creek, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 19Nov48; 
DU17269. 

582. Dec. 1, 1948. The black husky, by 
Trendle-MerrUl. © Ic 19Nov48; DU17312. 

583. Dec. 3, 1948. The sergeant's right, 
by Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 26Nov48; 
DU17522. 



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THE CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON 
(Radio Program) Cont'd. 

^^J\P^^- ^' ^^^^' Timber, by Trendle- 
Holt. © Ic 26Nov48;DU17523. 

585. Dec. 8, 1948. The Dawson fire by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 26Nov48; DU17524 

586. Dec. 10, 1948. The trap in cabin four 
by Trendle-Strilier. © Ic 7Dec48; DU17619 

587. Dec. 13, 1948. Escape to the north, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 7Dec48; 
DU17620. 

588. Dec. 15, 1948. Marlow's gang, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 7Dec48; DU17621. 

THE CHALLENGE of the Yukon, inc. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) 

CHAMBERLIN, Norwood. 
A matter of three cents. DU17588. SEE 
First Nighter, Oct. 21, 1948. 

THE CHAMPION. DU16332. SEE The Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 544. 

CHANCEREL, Andre. 
Jeanne d'Arc. DU17443, SEE Peguy, 

Charles Kerre. 
Les prisonniers. DU17448. SEE Faure- 
Biguet, Jacques. 

CHANDLER, STANLEY. 
Action at night, an intimate comedy, in 
three acts. © Stanley Chandler; Ic 
30Jun48; DU15429. 

A CHANGE of heart. DPI 7391. SEE Hayes, 
Rferrijane. 

CHAPPELL and Company, ltd. 
The Lisbon story. DPI 7770. SEE Purcell, 
Harold. 

THE CHARIOT. SEE 
Greenberg, Georgia C, This other world. 

DU15527. 
McDonnell, Richard James. DU15946. 

CHARLES and Laura, DU16908. SEE 
Robinson, Frank Hacker. 

THE CHARLIE MCCARTHY SHOW (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Edgar John 
Bergen. © Edgar John Bergen. 

May 16, 23, 30, 1948. © Ic each 6Jul48; 

DU15482-15484. 
Oct. 3, 10, 1948. © Ic each 180ct48; 

DU16758-16759. 
Oct. 17, 24, 1948. © Ic each 290ct48; 

DU16959-16960. 
Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 1948. © Ic each 18Nov48; 

DU17208-17209. 
Nov. 14, 21, 1948. © Ic each 29Nov48; 

DU17318-17319. 
Nov. 28, Dec. 5, 1948. © Ic each 13Dec48; 

DU17566-17567. 

CHARM on tap. C2995. SEE Wren, 
Florence Mignon. 

CHARM school. DU17677. SEE Alch, 
Alan Howard. 

THE CHARMING Mrs. Brook. DU17607. 
SEE Ben-Ami, Arnon Jacob. 

CHARWAT, MARVIN JAY. 
The dark places, a play in three acts. 
© Marvin Jay Charwit; Ic 17Aug48; 
DU17549. 

CHASE, MARILYN. 
The married life of Ted and Jerry, a fifteen 

minute radio play. First episode. 

© Marilyn Chase; Ic 26Aug48; DU16717. 
They can't die, a 30-minute radio play in 

three acts. © Marilyn Chase; Ic 

12Aug48; DU16218. 

CHASE, VIRGINU EDWARDS. 
Flight from shadow, a play in three acts, by 
Virginia Edwards Chase and David Bond 
Allegro. © Virginia Edwards Chase, David 
Bond Allegro; Ic 30Jun48; DU15424. 



THE CHASE. DU16472. SEE Foote, Horton. 

THE CHASE National Bank of the City of 
New York. SEE The Damon Runyon 
Theatre. (Radio program) 

THE CHATTERBOX. DU15913. SEE 
Veiller, Bayard. 

CHEKOV, Anton. SEE The.bet. DU17038. 

CHERISH the thought. DU15779. SEE Reeves, 
Ruth Gomberg. 

CHESTNUTS re-roasted. DP16555. SEE 
Simpson, Harold. 

CHETHAM-STRODE, WARREN. 
Background, a new play in three acts. 
© Warren Chetham-Strode; Ic 2Dec48: 
DU17352. 

CHEVROLET Motor Division, General Motors 
Corporation. SEE General Motors Corpo- 
ration. Chevrolet Motor Division. 

CHEYENNE vigilantes. DU15691, SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2407-1632. 

CHICAGO. RADIO STATION WGN. 
Citizens of tomorrow. Recording script, 

broadcast May 23, 1948, © WGN, inc.; 

Ic 80ct48; C3027. 
Youth looks up. Recording script, broadcast 

June 27, 1948, © WGN, inc.; Ic 80ct48; 

C3026. 

CHICAGO Industrial Health Association. 
It's your life. DU15986, DU16141. SEE 
Park, Ben. 

THE CHIEF, DU17563. SEE Weisman, 
Herman Muni. 

A CHILD in the house. DU17414. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 87. 

A CHILD is born. DU17339. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 524. 

CHILDREN at the manger. DP16903. SEE 
Sumerau, Dorothy Lehman. 

CHILDREN of America. DU15671. SEE 
Richardson, Vivian W. 

CHILDREN of Ol' Man River. SEE Ducovny, 
Allen. Cap'n Billy's showboat. DU16254. 

THE CHILDREN'S bishop. DP15517. SEE 
Nygaard, Norman Eugene. 

THE CHILDREN'S CHAPEL (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are adapted from the 
Holy Bible by Robert E. A. Lee. © Board 
of Parish Education, The Evangelical 
Lutheran Church; Ic each 12Jul48. 

37. Paul's conversion. DU15552. 

38. Return to Jerusalem. DU15551. 

39. Paul commissioned at Antioch. DU15550. 

40. Paul stoned at Lystra. DU15549. 

41. Paul recruits Timothy. DU15548. 

42. The Macedonian call. DU15547. 

43. Paul at Athens. DU15546. 

44. Paul at Corinth. DU15545. 

45. Paul at Ephesus. DU15544. 

46. Arrest at Jerusalem. DU15543, 

47. Trials at Caesarea. DU15542. 

48. Shipwrecked. DU15541. 

49. Paul at Rome. DU15540. 

THE CHILDREN'S CHAPEL SUMMER SERIES 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Robert E. A. 
Lee. © Board of Parish Education, The 
Evangelical Lutheran Church; Ic each 
12Jul48. 
1948. 

Angels fly high. DU15538. 
3. Music in the home and church, the piano 
with a personality. DU15539. 



138 



6. My soul more bent, adapted from the 
book by Allen Lee as told to Melva 
Rorem. DU15537. 
12. Campus queen. DU15536. 

children's programs for radio broadcast. 
A26850. SEE White, Melvin R. 

THE CHILDREN'S Theater. SEE Sloan, 
Patricia Anne. 

CHILDREN'S Theatre Press. 
Prince Fairyfoot. DP16672. SEE Siks, 
Geraldine Brain. 

CHILDREN'S treasury. DP16523. SEE 
Bowley, Bessie C. 

THE CHISHOLM Trail. DU16193. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2431-1656. 

CHORPENNING, Charlotte (Barrows). 
The Squire's bride. DP16276. SEE 
Van Zee, Viola. 

A CHRISTMAS carol. SEE 
Gross, Raymond. DU17406. 
Whipple, Enez Mary. Dickens' Christmas 
carol. C3153. 

A CHRISTMAS crusade. DP16525. SEE 
. Houston, John Marchand. 

CHRISTMAS in pantomime. DP16522. SEE 
Caton, Dorothy Webber. 

CHRISTMAS memories. SEE 
Mclsaac, Isobel O. S. DP16968. 
Witt, Ona Carrie. DU17102. 

THE CHRISTMAS miracle. DU17766. SEE 
Reilly, Lena Tyler. 

CHRISTMAS ways. DP16714. SEE Mclsaac, 
Isobel O. S. 

CHRISTOPHER and Lynda Lee stories. 
C2910-C2914. SEE Brown, Lee Polk. 

THE CHURCHMAN. SEE Sermon of the 
Week (Radio program) 

CINCO, Connie S. 
The lady, or the tiger? DU16685. SEE 

Warshaw, Marguerite Felber. 
Rip Van Winkle. DU16684. SEE Warshaw, 
Marguerite Felber. 

CTNDERELLA. SEE 
Komarova, Nathalie. DU16386. 
Let's Pretend, Nov. 13, 1948. DU17473. 
Sloan, Patricia Anne. DU17528. 

aNNAMON seed. DU17769. SEE Caylor, 
Arthur. 

THE aRCUS comes^to town. DU15756. 
SEE Young People's Records, inc. 

THE CISCO KID (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by James Mc- 
Cracken. © Frederic W. Ziv Co. 

360A. The Cisco Kid and the school 

teacher's vanity. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15508. 
361A. The Cisco Kid and the man who came 

back home. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15509. 
362A. The Cisco Kid and the life-saving 

outlaw. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15510. 
363A. The Cisco Kid and the Irish rail- 
roader. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15511. 
364A. The Cisco Kid and the escape -in the 

flood. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15512. 
365A. The Cisco Kid and the quicksand 

trap. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15513. 
366A. The Cisco Kid and the man who was 

paid in full, © Ic 8Jul48; DU15514. 
367A. The Cisco Kid and the man with a 

mission. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15515. 
368A. The Cisco Kid and the man who got 

paid back. © Ic 8Jul48; DU15516. 
369A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

tried to stop the wedding. © Ic 26Jul48; 

DU15742. 



I 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE CTSCO KID (Radio program) Cont'd, 

370A. The Cisco Kid and the cattleman s 

confession. © Ic 26Jul48; DU15743. 
3 71 A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

wanted a wife. © Ic 26Jul48; DU15744. 
372A. The Cisco Kid and the father who 

learned a lesson. © Ic 26Jul48; DU15745. 
3 73 A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw who 

tried the judge. © Ic 26Jul48; DU15746. 
374A. The Cisco Kid and the mad doctor. 

© Ic 26JU148; DU15747. 
375A. The Cisco Kid and the fight for oil. 

© Ic 26Jul48; DU15748. 
376A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

murdered the sheriff. © Ic 26Jul48; 

DU15749. 
377A. The Cisco Kid and the job with the 

bandits. © Ic 26Jul48; DU15750. 
378A. The Cisco Kid and the sheriff who 

needed help. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16010. 
379A. The Cisco Kid and the thieves who 

stole too much. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16011. 
380A. The Cisco Kid and the enemies he 

saved for jail. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16012. 
381A. The Cisco Kid and the bandit's 

legacy. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16013. 
382A. The Cisco Kid and the henchman 

who talked. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16014. 
383A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

robbed himself. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16015. 
384A. The Cisco Kid and the gambler's 

deal. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16016. 
385A. The Cisco Kid and the man who went 

straight. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16017. 
386A. The Cisco Kid and the ungrateful 

nephew. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16018. 
387A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw who 

wanted a ranch. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16019. 
388A. The Cisco Kid takes the middle of 

the road. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16020. 
389A. The Cisco Kid and the horse that 

Pancho stole. © Ic 23Aug48; DU16021. 
390A. The Cisco Kid and the ex-convict's 

battle. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16478. 
391A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

gambled too much. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16479. 
392A. The Cisco Kid and the conniving 

brother. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16480. 
393A. The Cisco Kid and the wheel chair 

bandit. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16481. 
394A. The Cisco Kid and the planned bank 

panic. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16482. 
395A. The Cisco Kid and the hospital 

money. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16483. 
396A. The Cisco Kid and the cattle rustler's 

sons. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16484. 
39 7A. The Cisco Kid and the travelling 

man's diamonds. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16485. 
398A. The Cisco Kid and the old man who 

saved a ranch. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16486. 
399A. The Cisco Kid and the bolt of 

lightning. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16487. 
400A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

would kill for love. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16488, 
401A. The Cisco Kid and the thief who went 

in a circle. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16489. 
402A. The Cisco Kid and the mine with a 

curse. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16490. 
403A. The Cisco Kid and the prisoner in 

her own house. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16491. 
404A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaws who 

called on Pancho. © Ic 28Sep48; DU16492. 
405A. The Cisco Kid and the man who went 

to town. © Ic 290ct48; DU16928. 
406A. The Cisco Kid and the rustlers who 

outsmarted themselves. © Ic 290ct48; 

DU16939. 
407A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw who 

changed his mind. © Ic 290ct48; DU16938. 
408A. The Cisco Kid and the town that went 

wild. © Ic 290ct48; DU16937, 
409A. The Cisco Kid and the brother who 

robbed himself. © Ic 290ct48; DU16936. 
410A. The Cisco Kid and the man with the 

muddy boots. © Ic 290ct48; DU16935. 
4 11 A. The Cisco Kid and the kUlers' 

voices. © Ic 290ct48; DU16934. 
412A. The Cisco Kid and the bandit who 

wanted too much. © Ic 290ct48; DU16933, 
4 13 A. The Cisco Kid and the gold mine 

fake. © Ic 290ct48; DU16932. 
414A. The Cisco Kid and the Connaster 

treasure map. © Ic 290ct48; DU16931. 
415A. The Cisco Kid and the neighborly 

horse thief. © Ic 290ct48; DU16930. 



416A. The Cisco Kid and the much too 
innocent brother. © Ic 290ct48; DU16929. 

4 HA. The Cisco Kid and the badge of 
authority. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17365. 

418A. The Cisco Kid and the seiiorita's 
timber. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17366. 

419A. The Cisco Kid and the siege of the 
inn. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17367. 

420A. The Cisco Kid and the dynamite 
bomb. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17368. 

421 A. The Cisco Kid and the gambling 
brother. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17369. 

422A. The Cisco Kid and the gullible cap- 
tain. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17370. 

423A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw who 
used his name. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17371. 

424A. The Cisco Kid and the jewel case run- 
around. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17372. 

425A. The Cisco Kid and the killers' 
clothes. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17373. 

426A. The Cisco Kid and the gold that 
stayed buried. © Ic 3Dec48; DU173 74. 

42 7A. The Cisco Kid and the fight for the 
serum. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17375. 

428A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaws who 
kidnapped the sheriff. © Ic 3Dec48; 
DU17376. 

429 A. The Cisco Kid and the killer's con- 
fession. © ic 3Dec48; DU173 77. 

430A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw's 
escape. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17378. 

431A. The Cisco Kid and the boy who came 
home. © Ic 3Dec48; DU173 79. 

432A. The Cisco Kid and the heiress. 
© Ic 3Dec48; DU17380. 

433A. The Cisco Kid and the top-hand's 
bad habit. © Ic 3Dec48; DU17381. 

434A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 
wanted too much. © Ic 3Dec48; DUX 7382. 

CrriES Service Band of America. SEE 
Cities Service Company. Cities Service 
Green & White Quartet. DPI 7468. 

CITIES SERVICE COMPANY. 
Cities Service Green & White Quartet; radio 
program, Nov. 26, 1948, Cities Service 
Band of America. © Cities Service Co.; 
Ic 7Dec48; DU17468. 

CITIES Service Green & White Quartet. 
DU17468. SEE Cities Service Company. 

CITIZENS of tomorrow. C3027. SEE 
Chicago. Radio Station WGN. 

CITRON, SAMUEL JOSEPH. 
"D.P.' (Headline parade, a dramatization 
of current events of Jewish interest, 
vol. m, no. 3) © Jewish Education Com- 
mittee of New York, inc.; 270ct48; 
DP17717. 

THE CITY'S finest. DU16690. SEE Ryder, 
George Conklin. 

CIVICS made easy. DU17656. SEE Alch, 
Alan Howard. 

CLAAR, JOHN. 
The big shot, a play in three acts. © John 
Claar; Ic 30Aug48; DU16377. 

CLARENCE Day's Life with Father. DP16122. 
SEE Lindsay, Howard. 

CLARK, AL W. 
Palms up, a comedy [In three acts]. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., W. N. Bugbee Co., ci948. 
90 p. illus. (Bugbee's thrift plays) 
© The Willis N. Bugbee Co.; 20Sep48; 
DP16702. 

CLARK, ALYSIA. 

Alysia Clark's walking -talking fashions. 
Episode 2, In the country. [Television 
script] © Alysia Clark; Ic 6Jul48; C2776. 

CLARK, GLADYS BAKER. 
Vassar versus Yale, a play. 27 leaves. 
© Gladys Baker Clark; Ic 19Aug48; 
DU16210. 



CLARK, MABEL VERA. 
The new species, a comedy In three acts. 
© Mabel Vera Clark; Ic 24Jun48; DU16721. 

CLARK, NANCY R. 
The story of Noah Webster [a play in two 
acts. New York, Association of the Junior 
Leagues of America] 1948. 30 leaves. 
Prize-winning play A.J.L.A. playwriting 
contest. © Nancy R. Clark; 15Nov48; 
DP17197. 

CLARK, Robert Marsh. 
Look who's lucky. C2984. SEE Hamilton 
(Ohio) Safety CouncU. 

CLARKE, ROLAND JAMES. 
These thy gifts, a play in three acts. 
© Roland James Clarke; Ic 6Jul48; DU15473. 

CLAUDEL, PAUL. 
Theatre [tome] 1.^ Introduction et chronologie 
de la vie et die I'oeuvre par Jacques 
Madaule.^ [Paris, GaUimard, 1947]. 1010 p. 
(Bibliotheque de la Pleiade) Contents. — 
L'endormie. — Fragment d'un drame. — 
Tete d'or (1. et 2. version). — La ville 
(1. et 2. version). — La jeune fille violaine 
(1. et 2. version). — L'echange. — Le repos 
du septieme jour. — Agamemnon, d'Eschyle. 
— Les choephores, d'Eschyle. — Les 
Eumenides, d'Eschyle. — Partage de midi. — 
Appendices.— Bibliographie (p. ri007]-1010) 
© Librairie Gallimard; 31Dec47; DPI 7417. 

CLEMENTS, Colin Campbell. 
Strange bedfellows. DPI 7100. SEE Rye r- 
son, Florence. 



CLEMENTS, Florence Ryerson. 
Ryerson, Florence. 



SEE 



CLEVELAND. RADIO STATION WJW. 
Auction-air. [Continuity] © WJW, inc., an 
Ohio corporation; Ic 2Jul48; C2784. 

CLIFFORD, MARGARET ELLEN. 
Rumpelstiltskin, a three-act play, by Mar- 
garet Ellen Clifford and Anne Rfetlack. 
© Margaret Ellen Clifford, Anne Matlack; 
Ic 19Jul48; DU16302. 

CLIFTON, THOMAS FURY BETTERTON. 
Tender smoked, sugar cured hams; a play 
in three acts. © Thomas F. Clifton; Ic 
60ct48; DU16975. 



CLIP Connors show. 
Reinish, Israel. 



DU16203. SEE 



CLOAK and dagger. DU17117. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, May 3, 1948. 

THE CLOCK fight. DU15596. SEE Benz, 
George Hamilton. 

CLORK, HARRY. 
The one and only, a comedy in three acts, 
by Harry Clork and Lewis Jacobs. 
© Harry Clork, Lewis Jacobs; Ic 19Jul48; 
DU15881. 

CLOSE quarters. DU16266. SEE McDonald, 
Catherine Elizabeth. 

CLOSE sales with service. C2870. SEE 
Handy 0am) Organization, inc. 

CLOTHILDE, the mad mouse. DU17082. 
SEE Gad, Thomas Henry. 

CLOUDED majesty. DU17104. SEE Hilliard, 
Frank. 

THE CLOUDS. SEE Aristophanes. Five 
comedies. A27306. 

CLOWARD, ANN GILLESPIE. 
Banana bride, a play in three acts. © Ann G. 
Cloward; Ic 2Aug48; DU15834. 

CLUB of the bogus coin. DU17074. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 889. 



139 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CLUBWOMAN. DU15828. SEE Anderson, 
Arthur Benjamin. 

THE COAL-Iine stand. DU17749. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 107. 

COATES, JOHN. 
Tomorrow's child, a comedy in three acts. 
London, S. French [1947]. 83 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 113) © Sam- 
uel French, ltd.; 31Dec47; DP15812. 

COBB, Elisabeth. SEE Rogers, Elisabeth 
Cobb. 

COBEY, HERBERT TODD. 
The people in the book, a play in two acts. 
© Herbert T. Cobey; Ic 16Jul48; DU15613. 

COCA-COLA Company. 
Are you this man? C2809. SEE Pathe- 
scope Company of America, inc. 

COCHRAN, BETTY HOLMES. 
Johnny Appleseed, a one act play., © Betty 
Holmes Cochran; 280ct48; DP16941. 

COCKADOODLE dandy. DU17350. SEE 
O'Casey, Sean. 

COCTEAU, Jean. 
Ruy Bias. DPI 7486. SEE Hugo, Victor 
Marie, comte. 

CODE, Grant. 
Phaedra. DU16047. SEE Heider, Albert. 

COE, FREDERICK H. 
People are like numbers, a play in one act. 
Philadelphia, Westminster Press [19481. 
21 p. © W. L. Jenkins; 30Aug48; DP16819. 

COE, l-hyllis, pseud. SEE Binncoe, Phyllis 
Marie. 

UN COEUR sur les bras. DU17445. SEE 
Wissant, Georges de. 

COFFEE, Lenore. SEE Cowen, Lenore 
Coffee. 

COFFEE at the Copa. C2936. SEE Garrison, 
Preston E. 

COFFINS are for the dead. DU16587. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 879. 

COHEN, JOSEPH. 
The red tycoon, a play in three acts, by 
Jesse Cowen [pseud.] © Joseph Cohen; 
Ic 70ct48; DU16655. 

COHEN, MILTON. 
Keep cool, a play in three acts. © Milton 
Cohen; Ic 17Sep48; DU16385. 

COKE, PETER. 
She laughs last, a comedy in one act, by 
Peter Coke and Maud Cassidy. London, 
H. F. W. Deane; Boston, W. H. Baker Co. 
[1948]. 24 p. illus. ("Deane's" series 
of plays) © Maud Cassidy, Peter Coke; 
19May48; DP15519. 

COLBY, Charles. 

. Aunt Sarah. DU16926. SEE Martin, Erik. 

COLD war. DU17649. SEE Alch, Alan 
Howard. 

COLE, Joseph H. 
The invisible receptionist. DU17363. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Television commercials. DU16042. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

COLIN, Saul. 
The trial. DU15954. SEE Gide, Andre 
Paul Guillaume. 

A COLLEGE education. DU16184. SEE 
Slattery, Thomas Francis. 



COLLEGE in the spring. DU16407. SEE 
Foley, Grayce Ann. 

COLLEGE man. DU15960. SEE Kelly, 
William Clemon. 

THE COLLEGE of art-typing knowledge. 
C2947. SEE Benton, William Raymond. 

COLLIN, Louis Jacques Marie. SEE 
VerneuU, Louis. 

COLLIN du Bocage, Louis Jacques. SEE 
Verneuil, Louis. 

COLLINS, JOHN PARKER. 
Land of the Midnight Sun, ballet, op. 605. 
Dramatics and music by Jon Parker 
Collins. A story in ballet-pantomime 
on ice. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © John Parker Collins; Ic 
27Jul48; DU15789. 

COLLODI, C, pseud. SEE Lorenzini, Carlo. 

COLORADO marble. DU16046. SEE 
Margolies, Albert. 

COLUMBIA Broadcasting System, inc. 
Blue willow. DU16570. SEE Dyer, 

A. Murray. 
The Hollywood picture. DU17084. SEE 

Lyon, Peter. 
Let's Pretend. SEE Let's Pretend (Radio 

program) 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. 
[VD radio project] Local production scripts 
for use in a community anti-VD drive. 
© Columbia University. 

1. The big game, by James Erthein. © Ic 
40ct48; DU16642. 

2. The case of the invisible clue, by James 
Erthein. © Ic 40ct48; DU16643. 

3. The link, by Doria Folliott. © Ic 
19Aug48; DU16644. 

VD radio project of Columbia University and 
the U. S. Public Health Service. Documen- 
tary. Radio scripts. Tape recordings made 
at hospitals. © Columbia University Press. 

1. They never even suspected, by Erik 
Barnouw. © Ic 40ct48; DU16639. 

2. Ghosts of yesterday, by Erik Barnouw. 
© Ic 40ct48; DU16640. 

3. Just starting out, by Erik Barnouw. 
© Ic 40ct48; DU16641. 

VD radio project of Columbia University and 
the U. S. Public Health Service. Program. 
© Columbia Univ. Press. 

1. Unborn child, by Sandra Michael. © Ic 
19Aug48; DU16631. 

2. The lips of a strange woman, by the 
Joint Religious Radio Committee. © Ic 
19Aug48; DU16632. 

3. The secret enemy, by Welbourn E. 
Kelley. © Ic 19Aug48; DU16833. 

4. One million people, by Peter Lyon. 
© Ic 19Aug48; DU16634. 

5. The telephone call, by Max Ehrlich. 
© Ic 19Aug48; DU:6635. 

6. Crossroads ballad, by Ben Kagan. © Ic 
19Aug48; DU16636. 

7. A story of our town, by Erik Barnouw. 
© Ic 19Aug48; DU16637. 

8. tiooking for Lester, by Alan Lomax. 
© Ic 40ct48; DU16638. 

COLUMBIA University Press. 
VD radio project. SEE Columbia Univer- 
sity. 

COMBER, WUliamJ. 
This and that. DP17016. SEE Slattery, 
John. 

COME across. DU16408. SEE Frohllch, 
Richard Fowler. 



COME Johnny! DU16200. 
Isabel Pitts. 



SEE Goodwin, 



COME to life. 
Briard. 



DU16230. SEE Harding, John 



COME unto me. DU15942. SEE Shields, 
Emmett Lee. 

COMFORT me with apples. DU17779. SEE 
Drew, Bernard. 

THE COMING of spring. SEE Leuser, 
Eleanor. Five Indian plays. DPI 7246. 

THE COMING of the rain. SEE Leuser, 
Eleanor. Five Indian plays. DPI 7246. 

COMMANDER Hoffman. DU16216. SEE It 
Really Happened, no. 127A. 

THE COMMENSURATE circle. C3)80. SEE 
Maier, George E. 

THE COMMON glory. DPI 7281. SEE 
Green, Paul. 

COMMUNITY Fund of Chicago, inc. 
One -ninety -two. DU16271. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

COMPANIONS of the left hand. DU16992. 
SEE Meehan, Robert Thomas. 

COMPENSATION. DU15643. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 500. 

COMPUTING the time standard. C3i07. SEE 
Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Basic 
principles of wage incentives, no. 4. 

COMRADE Sam. DU17732. SEE Kritzer, 
Richard. 

CONDE, JON. 
Geraldine and the white robe, a Christmas 
play in one act. Evanston, HI., Row, 
Peterson, cl948. 20p. illus. © Row, 
Peterson & Co.; 16Sep48; DP16527. 

CONFIDENCE regained. DU17001. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 517. 

CONFREY, EDWARD ELZEAR. 
Butchy and the giant, a modern fairy tale 
with music. © Edward E. Confrey; Ic 
24Sep48; DU16764. 

CONLIN, Richard, pseud. SEE Grady, 
Richard F. 

CONNELL, Gordon. SEE Connell, William 
Gordon. 



CONNELL, Howard. 
(Radio program) 



SEE Stop the Music 



CONNELL, Jane Sperry Bennett. 
Foreign movie. DU17627. SEE Alch, 

Alan Howard. 
Kiddie star. DU17661. SEE Berryhill, 

Elizabeth Guest. 
Ode to a tree. DU17673. SEE Berryhill, 

Elizabeth Guest. 

CONNELL, WILLIAM GORDON. 

Cantata a la Fassacaglia. DU17670. SEE 
Brenneis, Jon Martin. 

La castaneta, a dance pantomime by Gordon 
Connell, Carolyn Palmgren, Elizabeth 
Berryhill, and Alan Alch. © William 
Gordon Connell, Carolyn Axa Palmgren, 
Elizabeth Guest Berryhill, Alan Howard 
Alch; Ic ?0Dec48; DU17644. 

Counterattack. DU17634. SEE Alch, 
Alan Howard. 

Do it in French. DU17672. SEE BerryhlH, 
Elizabeth Guest. 

I'm crazy about Daisy myself. DU17671. 
SEE Berryhill, Elizabeth Guest. 

Long way back home. DU17641. SEE 
Berryhill, Elizabeth Guest. 

Pinole mixed choral society; or, Music 
from the dead masters, no. 1-2. 
DU17675-17676. SEE Berryhill, Elizabeth 
Guest. 

Plumb trio, a dramatic sketch by Gordon 
Connell, Maurice Engleman, David Fulmer, 
and Elizabeth BerryhiH. Musical arrange- 
ments by Gordon Connell and I^taurice 
Engleman. Includes alternate version witli 



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additional words by Alan Alcii. [ Text only] 
^ Elizabetli Guest Berryhill, David Ellis' 
Fulmer, V.'illiam Gordon Connell, Maurice 
Engleman, Jr.; Ic '.006040; DU17?59. 

Psychoanalysis blues. DU17eC4. SEE 
Berryhill, V/llliam Gordon. 

Sixire me the classics, if you flease. 
DU17G36. SEE Berryhill, Elizabeth 
Guest. 

CONNIVER'S row. DU15855. SEE Caiiin, 
Abel Arthur Michael. 

CONNOFS, Vincent. 
The story of the holy mass. DUi5848. SEE 
Walker, John William. 

CONTENT, Dirk. 
Meet the songwriters. DU17551. SEE 
Dii^aul Productions. 

CONTINENTAL delicacies for two. DU17103. 
SEE Flender, Harold. 

CONWAY, Olive, i-'seud., SEE Brighouse, 
Harold. 

COC'-COO vii^ins. DU16139. SEE La- 
winger, Helene Roszelle. 

COOK, JOHN A. 
Thoughts for the day, a radio program. 
© John A. Cook; Ic 15Dec48; C319?,. 

COOKE, PHILIP SI . GEORGE. 
Jeezil! A play in three aces, by St. George 
Cooke. © St. Geoi^e Cooke; Ic 18Jun48; 
DU15784. 

COOKE, St. George. SEE Cooke, Philip 
St. George. 

COCLERATOR Company. 
Coolerator home freezer. DU16965. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Save the flavor. DU16963. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

COOLERATOR home freezer. DU16965. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

COOPER, MAE. 
Lily Henry, by Mae Cooper and Grace 
Klein. A dramatization of tne novel, 
"Lily Henry," by Mae Coo^yer. f Mae 
Cooper, Grace Klein; Ic "306048; DU?7764. 

COOPERSMITH, Harry. 
In the name of the king. DPl-3356. 
Aronin, Ben. 



SEE 



THE CO-OPl'IMISTS. 
Schooler, David. 



DU15758. SEE 



COPPEE, Francois. SEE The substitute. 
DU17140. 

CORBALLB, Edward Roux. 
Jack and Jill. DU15877. SEE Corballis, 
Helen Beals. 

CORBALLIS, HELEN BEALS. 
Jack and Jill, a comedy in three acts by 
Helen and Edward Corballis. © Helen 
Corballis, Edward Corballis; Ic 7Jul48; 
DU15877. 

CORCORAN, ROBERT JOHN. 
It's the life, a play in three acts. © Robert 
John Corcoran; Ic 7Jun48; DU16398. 

CORKILL, LOUIS. 
Too many violets, a comedy in three acts. 
© Louis CorkiU; Ic 40ct48; DU16608. 

COPLEY (Bob) Productions. SEE Corley, 
Robert Arthur. 

CORLEY, ROBERT ARTHUR. 
Mystery marquee, an original radio and 
television show. Presented by Bob Corley 
Productions, i Robert A. Corley; ic 
21Jul4J; DU15S72. 



CORN on the cob. DU15426. SEE Wallace, 
Jean Cameron. 

CORPS dijlomatiques. DU1706u SEE 
RoiLx, Serge. 

CORRIE, JOE. 

At tlie fall of the leaf, a comedy in one act. 
i.ondon,S. French [1948]. 32 p. illus. 
(Frencn's acting eclition, no. 487) © Sam- 
uel French, itd.; 5May48; DP15792. 

Our lommy, a play in one act. London, 
S. French [1043]. 29 p. illus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 525) © Samuel French, 
ltd.; 27May43; DP15806. 

CORT, Don, pseud. SEE Restivo, SUvio 
Anthony. 

COULD be. DP16661. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

COUNTER attack. DU17634. SEE Alch, 
Alan Howard. 

COUNTERFEITER'S cave. DU17265. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2474-1699. 

COUNTING the calories. DP16497. SEE ' 
McMullen, Joseph Carl. 

THE COVENANT. DU3S477. SEE Morris, 
George. 

COWAN, Dee, pseud. SEE Cowan, Doratha 
Lenora. 

COWAN, DORATHA LENORA. 
Tropical honeymoon, a summary of a five 
act play, by Dee Cowan. © Doratha 
Lenora Cowan; Ic 20Oct48; DU16810. 

COWAN (Louis G.) inc. SEE 
Quiz Kids (Radio program) 
R. F.D. America (Radio program) 
Stop the Music (Radio program) 

COV'ARD, NOEL PIERCE. 
Peace in our time, a ^^lay in two acts and 
eight scenes. [Ist American ed.] 
Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1948. 
221 p. © Noel Coward; 18Nov48; on new 
introduction; DPI 7733. London ed. 
© lDec47; DPi449G. , 

THE COWARD. DU16593. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2447-1572. 

COWBOY, count, and marine. DU17330. 
SEE O' Mara, Timothy Joseph. 



COWBOYS and Indians. DU16251. 
Gregory, Bobby Calvin. 



SEE 



COWEN, Jesse, pseud. SEE Cohen, Joseph. 

COWEN, LENORE COFFEE. 
Meet Mrs. Adams; or, Adams in Eden. 
A play in three acts, by Lenore Coffee 
and William Joyce Cowen. >£' Lenore 
Coffee Cowen, William Joyce Cowen; Ic 
14JU148; DU15571. 

COWEN, WUliam Joyce. 
Meet Mrs. Adams. DU15571. SEE Cowen, 
Lenore Coffee. 

COWLEY -BROWN, SARA. - , 

An actress in the family, a play in one act. 
© Sara Cowley-Brown; ic 22Nov48; 
DU17259. 

COXE, Maria M. SEE Skinner, Maria M. 
Coxe. 

COYLE, JESSIE MAR. 
Tara's harp, a fUm script. © Jessie M. 

Coyle; Ic 1306048; DU17542. 
The traveling lyre. [Film script] © Jessie 

Mar Coyle; Ic i9Aug4o; DU15978. 

CRADDOCK, Charles Egbert. 
The prophet of tlie great Smoky Mountains. 
SEE Fenigson, i hilip. Fire in the brush. 
DU17128. 



CRADLE of glory. DU15451. SEE McNett, 
Marie. 

CRAM, Stewart M. 
Made right, fit right, last longer. DU16043. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
O Connor moves a load. DU1G033. SEE 
Wilding Picture i-roductions, inc. 

CRAMOY, Michael. SEE The Shadow (Radio 

program) 

CFtANDALL, BESSIE CLEMENl'INE. 

How well do you know your Bible? A radio 
Bible quiz program. [Sample script] 
© Bessie Clementine Crandall; Ic 
10Sep48; C2940. 

THE CRANTONS. DU17139. SEE Loshak, 
Louis Allan. 

CRAVEN, BERNARD HUGHSTON. 
A lantern to go by; or, Star over tinsel. 
A play for television utilizing both live 
action and film. © Bernard Hughston 
Craven; Ic 30Nov48; DU17342. 

CRAWFORD, Robert, pseud. SEE Morris, 
Robert Crawford. 

THE CRAZY Castles. OP16669. SEE 
Heenan, Barry. 

CRAZY world. DU17678. SEE Berryhill, 
Elizabeth Guest. 

CREATING the desire to own. SEE Handy 
0am) Organization, inc. The fundamentals 
of selling, step 2. C2877. 

CREGAR, H. John, pseud. SEE Krieger, 
Herman John. 

CRENSHAW, Joseph, pseud. SEE Fischel, 
John Kauffman. 

THE CRIME of Sylvestre Bonnard. DU16880. 
SEE Favorite Story, April 20, 1948. 

CRIME passionel. DU15559. SEE Sartre, 

Jean Paul. 

• 
THE CRIME that took time. DU16292. SEE 

Boston Blackie, no. TV150. 

CRISLER, CAROL. 
The romance of Scarlet Gulch, an 1849-er 
musical melodrama in three acts. [In- 
cludes te.xt and music for four songs, by 
Carol Crisler, Beverly Stone, Harold 
Hollander, and Alan larker] © Carol 
Crisler (Mrs. L. A. Crisler, Jr.); Ic 
7Sep48; DU16'j4?. 

CRISLER, Mrs. L. A. SEE Crisler, Carol. 

CRISTO, o la venganZa gitana. DU15912. 
SEE Briones, Carolina R. 

CRITES, MARION H. 
Who's afraid? A comedy in one act, by 
Marion H. Crites and Helen Rovene 
Loewenthal. MinneaiX)lis, Northwestern 
Press, cid4o. © Ihe Northwestern 
Press; 70ct48; DP>6713. 

CRITTENDEN, LAURA. 
Let's be sensible, a Christmas comedy in 
one act. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson, 
cl948. ?4 p. illus. © Row, Peterson 
& Co.; IGSei^B; DP15531. 

CROCCO, J. PETER. 
AiX)llo wears i D :vy lamp, a play in three 

acts, by i'eter Gregg [pseud.] © Peter 

Crocco; Ic 3Sei48; DU1S;,50. 
Innocent wine, a very ;:robable comedy in 

three acts, by J. teter Gregg [pseud. I 

© J. Peter Crocco; .c 13Jun43; DUi5457. 

CROMWELL, ANN CHRISTINE. 
Lucky Lulu, a smoke oi era. Scrijts no. 
1-''.. [Sample radio scripts] © Ann Chris- 
tine Cromwell; c each ''.oOct48; 
DU17142-'7I43. 



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THE CROQUET match. SEE Goshawk, 
Evelyn. The elopement, and other mimes. 
DP15796. 

CROSLEY Broadcasting Corporation. 
Easy listening. SEE 

Hamner, Earl. C2924. 

Kelley, Dennis. C3073. 
Everybody's farm hour. C3079. SEE 

Battles, Roy. 
Invitation to romance. C2988. SEE 

Stern, Alan. 
Latest on record. C3014. SEE Stem, 

Alan. 
Let there be music. C2986. SEE Stem, 

Alan. 
Long long traU. C3200. SEE Hamner, 

Earl. 
Musical memo. C3074. SEE Stern, Alan. 
Saturday night at our house. C2792. SEE 

Brown, David. 
Stewpot of ideas. C2777. SEE Brady, 

Betty. 
This way for music. C2923. SEE Stern, 

Alan. 
Top of the morning. C3115. SEE WLW 

Staff Writers. 

CROSS, JAMES SCHOOLEY. 
Disk detectives [a sample radio script] 
© James Schooley Cross; Ic 19Nov48; 
DU17256. 

THE CROSS and the crown. SEE Williams, 
Theodore Alfred. The life of Job. DU16263. 

CROSSPK. DU17228. SEE Hausberg, 
WUliam. 

CROSSROADS ballad. DU16636. SEE 
Columbia University. VD radio project. 
Program 6. 

CROSSWORD telequiz. DU17703. SEE 
Ascher, Maury. 

CROSTHWAITE, RALPH T. 
Meet the little people, a new idea in radio 
programs. [Sample script] © Ralph T. 
Crosthwaite; Ic 210ct48; C3023. 

CROUSE, Russel. 
Clarence Day's Life with Father. DP16122. 
SEE Lindsay, Howard. 



THE CROWDED altar. 
Dymow, Ossip. 



DU15710. SEE 



CROWLEY, FERNE E. 
The elfin grove, a ballet in prologue and 
three acts. Music and story by Feme 
Harte Crowley [pseud.] choreography by 
Rosalie Warr. Suggested by the Peter 
Grimm fairy tale of the same title. 
© Feme E. Crowley; Ic 9Jul48; DU15765. 

CROWLEY, Feme Harte. SEE Crowley, 
Feme E. 

CROWN colony. DU17767. SEE Hochwaelder, 
Fritz. 

CROWN Publishers. 
The theatre handbook and digest of plays. 
A25446. SEE Sobel, Bernard. 

THE CRUCIAL experiment. DU15652. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 201. 

THE CRUISE of the Toytown Belle. DU16461. 
SEE Baker, Hendrik. 

CRUSINBERRY, JANE. 
The heart of Lily Haven, a radio drama. 
Episode 1. © Jane Crusinberry; Ic 
13Sep48; DU16629. 



CRUTTENDEN and Eger. 
Television commercials. DU16042. 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE 



CRYMBLE, MILO CHARLES. 
A paper honeymoon, a three act farce- 
comedy, by M C. Crymble and R. G. Walsh. 



© Milo Charles Crymble, Richard Good- 
win Walsh; Ic 250ct48; DU16874. 

CUCKOO Schuyler, pseud. SEE Schuszler, 
Aloysius. 

CULBERTSON, Ernest Howard. 
Oblivion. DU15915. SEE Steinhardt, 
Rebecca. 

CULHANE (Shamus) Productions, inc. SEE 
Tales of Robin Hood (Television program) 

A CULINARY wrinkle. C3009. SEE Jensen, 
• Myrtle Irene. 

CULVER, MILTON KENNETH. 
Life or death on the home front, a lecture 
with demonstration and a stage performance. 
© Milton Kenneth Culver; Ic 16Jul48; 
C2800. 

CUMMINGS, Julia, pseud. SEE Miller, Ruby. 
King. 

CUNNINGHAM, ETHEL. 
The Olympic torch, a drama in two acts. 
Based on the book by Dorothy Frooks. 
© Dorothy Frooks; Ic 23Jul48; DU16578. 

CURITORE, Fay. 
The lady, or the tiger? DU16685. SEE 

Warshaw, Marguerite Felber. 
Rip Van Winkle. DU16684. SEE Warshaw, 
Marguerite Felber. 

CURRY, HELEN NONAM. 
The cave within, for verse choir and solo 
speaking voice. 6 leaves. © Helen Nonam 
Curry; Ic 20Dec48; DU17624. 

THE CURSE of the golden loaves. DP16057. 
SEE World Over Playhouse, no. 7. 

THE CURTAIN. DU16313. SEE Lennox, 
GUbert. 

THE CURTAIN is always up. SEE Vines, 
Ralph. Hear ye! DP15778. 

CURTAIN raisers. DP16995. SEE Miksch, 
W. F. 

CURTAIN time. DU17679. SEE BerryhUl, 
Elizabeth Guest. 

THE CURTIN money plot. DU15685. SEE 
The Green Homet, no. 864. 

CURTIS, KENNETH BURTON. 
The awakening; shooting script for a photo- 
play advertising minerals in cattle feed, 
by Kenneth and Myrtle Curtis. Plot idea 
by Ronald Brooks Spencer. © Kenneth 
Burton Curtis, Myrtle Florence Curtis; 
Ic 6Jul48; DU15488. 

CURTIS, Myrtle Florence. 
The awakening. DU15488. SEE Curtis, 
Kenneth Burton. 

CURTIS, TRUMAN. 
A figure in politics, a play in three acts. 
© Truman Curtis; Ic 22Nov48; DU17239. 

CURTISS, SANDFORD NELSON. 
Dollar bells, a radio program. [Sample 
script] © Sandford N. Curtiss; Ic 
15Apr48; C2906. 

THE CUSTOMER'S shoes. C2891. SEE 
Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 

CUTE as a bun.iy. SEE Roberts, Mary E. 
Snappy plays for junior high schools. 
DPI 7595. 

CUTLER, J. Kenneth. SEE Sermon of the 
Week, no. 54. C2828. 

CUTLER, LUCILE E. 
The torch bearer, a play. 8 leaves. 
© LucUe E. Cutler; Ic 21Jul48; DU15674. 



CUTLER, STAN. 
The revolution in Plant Three, an original 
script for radio. © Stan Cutler; Ic 
4Aug48; DU17407. 

CUTLIP, BELLE. 
Nippy and the giant, a story. © Belle 
Cutlip; Ic 8Nov48; C3133. 

CYRANO de Bergerac. SEE Shakespeare, 
William. Romeo and Juliet. A27826. 



"D.P.' DP17717. SEE Citron, Samuel 
Joseph. 

DAD trims the tree. DP16429. SEE 
Fernand, Roland F. 

DAISIES don't tell. DU17608. SEE Jackson 
and Jill (Television program) 

DALE, Ruth, pseud. SEE Wilson, Ira Bishop. 

DALLAS, A. L. 
The light eternal. DP16505. SEE Horner, 
Bryan R. 

THE DAMON RUNYON THEATRE (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are written by Russell 
Sheldon Hughes, based on stories by Damon 
Rimyon. © The Chase National Bank of the 
City of New York as Executor and Trustee 
of the estate of Alfred Damon Funyon. 

2. Little Miss Marker. © Ic 50ct48; 
DU16958. 

3. Romance in the roaring forties. © Ic 
50ct4«; DU16957. 

DANCE rex. DU16148. SEE Shore, Joseph 
Norman. 

THE DANCING bear. DP15590. SEE World 
Over Playhouse, no. 3. 

DANDELION jubilee. DPI 7248. SEE May, 
Virginia Casey. 

DANGEROUS decision. DP17385. SEE 
Goetz, Austin. 

DANIEL and El Diablo. DU17614. SEE 
The Lone Harder, no. 2480-1705. 

DA PONTE, Lorenzo. 
The marriage of Figaro. DP16813. SEE 
Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 
Amadeus. 

DARBOGGIA, H. P., pseud. SEE Boggia, 
Pio Enrico. 

THE DARK places. DU17549. SEE Charwat, 
Marvin Jay. 

THE DARK room. SEE Williams, Tennessee. 
American blues. DPI 72 79. 

DARK side of glory. DU16512. SEE 
Wasserman, John. 

DARK stairway. DU16857. SEE Schwartz, 
Louis E. Five negligence actions, no. B2. 

DARKAS, nya. 
Soldiers without uniform. DU16170. SEE 
Joannopoulos, Dimitris. 

DARKNESS there always is. DU16582. SEE 
Van Dyne, Joseph Roger. 

DARLING, Alice Lenore. 
Flowers for the living. DU17465. SEE 
Darling, Frank Justin. 

DARLING, FRANK JUSTIN. 

Flowers for the living, by Frank and Alice 
Darling. [Radio scriptT © Frank Justin 

Darling, Alice Lenore Darling; Ic 

22Sep48; DU17465. 



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D'ARMAN, Bo, pseud. SEE DeArman, 
Samuel Stephen. 

DATE for three. DU16162. SEE Anderson, 
Arthur John Miles. 

D'AURIA, Gemma. SEE Houston, Gemma 
d'Auria. 

DAVIDSON, Mrs. Arthur C. 
Atoms of truth. DU16471. SEE Davidson, 
Luella Grace. 

DAVIDSON, Caroline F. 
The professor's circus. DPI 7232. SEE 

Davidson, William Fuson. 
Three to get married. DP16863. SEE 
Davidson, William Fuson. 

DAVIDSON, LUELLA GRACE. 
Atoms of truth, a three-act comedy 
adaptable to stage, screen, or radio. 
© Mrs. Arthur C. Davidson; Ic 9Sep48; 
DU16471. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM FUSON. 

The professor's circus, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [1948]. 
106 p. illus. © William F. Davidson, 
Caroline F. Davidson; 9Nov48; DPI 7232. 

Three to get married, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [1948]. 
98 p. illus. © William F. Davidson, 
Caroline F. Davidson; 80ct48; DP16863. 

DAVIES, Elsa Maria, pseud. SEE Davis, 
May Elizabeth Rowley. 

DAVIES, Harry Parr. 
The Lisbon story. DP17770. SEE Purcell, 
Harold. 

DAVE, HaUie Flanagan. SEE Flanagan, 
Hallie (Ferguson) 

DAVIS, HARRIET IDE (EAGER) 
Girl in the moon, a comedy in three acts. 
New York, S. French [1948]. 102 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; lDec48; DP17383. 

DAVIS, JAMES P. 
The hot rock, a comedy in three acts. 
© James P. Davis; Ic 280ct48; DU16917. 

DAVIS, LAURENCE ANTHONY. 
Like a rabbit, an unromantic melodrama 
in three acts. © Laurence Anthony Davis; 
Ic 24Dec48; DU17706. 

DAVIS, MAFALDA MAROUF. 
Manners here and abroad, an address. 
© Mafalda Marouf Davis; Ic 50ct48; 
C2996. 

DAVIS, MAY ELIZABETH ROWLEY. 
Apron strings, a play in three acts of four 
scenes each, by Elsa Maria Davies 
[pseud.] © May Elizabeth Rowley Davis: 
Ic 19Jul48; DU15764. 

DAVIS, PhU. 
Search for a star. C2862. SEE Lafferty, 
Perry. 

THE DAWN was grey. DU17734. SEE 
Murphy, John L. 

THE DAWSON fire. DU17524. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 585. 

DAY, Clarence. 
Life with Father. SEE Lindsay, Howard. 
Clarence Day's Life with Father. DP16122. 

DAY, Katharine B. 
Clarence Day's Life with Father. DP16122. 
SEE Lindsay, Howard. 

DAY of grace. DU15726. SEE Fedoroff, 
Alexander. 

THE DEACON, the professor, and the fiddler. 
DU15472. SEE Linday, Murray L. 



DEAD man's ride. DU16905. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 345. 

DEAR Joe. C3091. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

DEAR Psyche. DU18785. SEE Glatzer, 
William. 

DEAR schemer. DU15977. SEE Hoben, 
Alice M. 

DEARBORN Motors Corporation. 
Owner service means satisfied owners. 
C3090. SEE Handy 0am) Organization, 
inc. 
The story of corn. C2888. SEE Handy 
0am) Organization, inc. 

DEAREST Sarah. DU16001. SEE Trent, 
Marvin Patrick. 

DEARLY remember. DU16307. SEE 
Sippell, James Douglas. 

DeARMAN, Samuel Stephen. 
Small wonder. DU16114. SEE Restivo, 
Jeanette. 

DEARSLEY, ALFRED PERCY. 
Fly away Peter, a comedy in three acts, 
by A. P. Dearsley. London, S. French 
[1948]. 87 p. Ulus. (French's acting 
edition, no. 329) © Samuel French ltd.; 
28Sep48; DPI 7015. 

DEATH and the throttler of Havenmoor. 
DU17217. SEE The Shadow, no. 349. 

THE DEATH curve. DU17772. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 222. 

DEATH do us part now. DU15598. SEE 
Sakisli, Peter D. 

DEATH in the gray market. DU15687. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 866. 

DEATH is a colored dream. DU16708. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 342. 

DEATH money. DU16118. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 873. 

DEATH of a salesman. DU16406. SEE 
MUler, Arthur. 

THE DEATH of Waldo PepperUl. DU17119. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 214. 

DEATH on the traU. DU17032. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 571. 

DEATH takes a taxi. DU17587. SEE First 
Nighter, Nov. 4, 1948. 

DEATH tells all. DU16778. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 209. 

DEATH'S conquest. DU17708. SEE Bey, 
Abdul Ahmad. 

THE DEBATE continues. DU15760. SEE 
Madden, Cecil Charles. 

De BAUN, Stephen. 
The man who lost Christmas. DU17736. 
SEE The Actor's Studio, no. 13. 

DE BESA, FRANK SALGADO. 
A week-end in Mexico City, a new musical 
comedy in three acts. [Text only] 
© Frank Salgado De Besa; Ic 19Jul48; 
DU15668. 

DE BLANC,, LEE MICHEL. 
Tomorrow's the wedding, a comedy in one 
act. © Lee De Blanc; Ic 20Aug48; 
DU16224. 

DE CISCO Garlic Dressing transcribed spot 
commercial. C3097, 3098. SEE Ward, 
James J. 



DECISION. DU16167. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

DEEP sea fishing. SEE Gates, Chester M. 
Dreams. DU15518. 

DEFECTIVE doorcheck. DU16856. SEE 
Schwartz, Louis E. Five negligence 
actions, no. Bl. 

DEFOSSE, MARCEL. ^ 
Le juge de Malte, piece en trots actes, de 
Denis Marion [pseud.] cl948. Cfc France - 
Dlustration, litteraire et theatrale, 
no. 17. Paris, 1948. p. 23-42) © Denis 
Marion; 15Jul48; DP16235. 

DEGAS. DU16177. SEE A tribute to Beauty 
(Television program) 

DeHAVEN, GEORGE W. 
Laff it off, a newsy revue where headlines 
come to life. In ten scenes. © Empire 
Producing Co.; 17Aug48; DPI 7584. 

DELANEY, EDWARD LEO. 
Three for tea, a comedy in three acts, 
something slightly satirical, by Margot 
McManus f pseud. 1 © Edward Leo 
Delaney; Ic 26Jul48; DU15927. 

DE LANGE ar. SEE Brinchmann, Alexander. 
Lf^gnen og lykken. DPI 7046. 

DE LA TORRE, LILLIAN. 
Goodbye, Miss Lizzie Borden; a sinister 

flay in one act. Boston, Baker's Plays 
19481. 38 p. illus. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Lillian de la Torre; 3Sep48; 
DP16278. Prev. reg. 17Jan47, D unp. 7313; 
12Mar48, D pub. 13732. 

DELDERFIELD, R. F. 
All over the town, a play in three acts. 
London,, S. French [1948]. 108 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 590) © Sam- 
uel French, ltd.; 29Jun48; DP15 790. 
Peace comes to Peckham, a comedy in 
three acts. London, S. French [1948]. 
106 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 393) © Samuel French ltd.; lMay48; 
DP16667. 

DeLEON, Jack. 
Mountain air. DU16410. SEE Wilkinson, 
Ronald. 

THE DELICATE age. DU16226, DU16228. 
SEE Ebenstein, Morris. 

DELIVERING the new car (the wrong way). 
C2871. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

DELIVERY dollars do "dubl-duti." C2872. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

DELL, ROBERT CARLYLE. 
Holiday in Hades, a musical comedy in 
three acts, by Robert C. Dell and Stanton 
V. Downs. Music by Robert C. Dell and 
Nelson Logan. [Text only] © Stanton 
Vandefpoel Downs, Robert Carlyle Dell; 
Ic 280ct48; DU16923. 

LES DEMOISELLES du large. SEE Vitrac, 
Roger. Theatre, t. IL DPI 7432. 

THE DEMONSTRATION of the visual con- 
sistency mix. DU15767. SEE Morg, 
Richard Joseph. 

DENHAM, Reginald. 
The platinum set. DU16260. SEE Orr, 

Mary. 

DENISON (T. S.) and Company. 
Amazing Gracie. DP16448. SEE Tobias, 

Jay. 
Aunty s big joke. DP18670. SEE St. Clair, 

Robert. 
Babies' night out. DP16434. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DENISON (T. S.) and Company. Cont'd. 
The crazy Castles. DP1-36G9. SEE 

Heenan, Barry. 
The funny Fullers. DP16671. SEE 

St. Clair, Pobert! 
Indian doll. DP1372o. SEE Stahl, LeEoy. 
Life with mama. DP16449. SEE Pro- 
vence, Jean. 
Little Miss Spitfire. DP16503. SEE 

Stone, James Floyd. 
My darling children. DP13502. SEE 

irrovence, Jean. 
The old grad. DP13002. SEE Finch, 

Robert Voris. 
The pay-off. DP16435. SEE St. Clair, 

Robert. 
A slick hick trick. DPloSOL SEE 

Kaser, Arthur Leroy. 
Two nuts in a bolt factory. DPiS803. 

SEE Kaser, Arthur Leroy. 

DENKER, Henn\ SEE The Greatest Story 
Fver Told (Fvadio program) 

r'lE DENNIS family. DU16507. SEE 
Tovrov, Orin. 

DENNYS, JOYCE. 
Hail and farewell, a play in one act. 
London, S. French [iS48]. 20 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 458) 
© Samuel French ltd.; 230ct48; DP173S7. 

DENT, Edward Joseph. 
The barber of Seville. SEE Fossini, 

Gioacchino Antonio. Gioacchino Rossini's 

Ihe barber of Seville. DP17322. 
Figoletto. SEE Verdi, Giusefpe. Giuseppe 

Verdi's Rigoletto. DP17324. 
La traviata. SEE Verdi, Giuseppe. 

Giuseppe Verdi's La traviata. DP11313. 
n trovatore. SEE Verdi, Giuseppe. 

Giuseppe Verdi's n trovatore. DPI 7325. 

DEPAFTMENT of transportation. C2955. 
SEE Marvin, Langdon Parker. 

DERBY^, ELIZABETH DIETRICH. 

Diane s diary, a style show and tableau 
production, written by the Durrum Iwins 
fpseud.] from an original idea by Elizabetii 
Dietrich Derby. © Elizabetii Dietrich 
Derby, Marye Durrum Benjamin; Ic 
20Dec48; DU177o5. 

Glamorizin' grandpa. DU1539 3. SEE 
Benjamin, Marye Durrum. 

DESCENDEZ! On vous demande. DP16052. 
SEE Letraz, Jean de. 

THE DESERT air. DU1S14?,. SEE Vordenberg, 
Wesley Peak. 

DESEFTED mine shaft. DU15597. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2413-1338. 

THE DESIRES of a woman. DU17150. SEE 
V.'rean, Frances Marquette. 

DESIROUS. DU17114. SEE Wardwell, 
May Columba (Marguglio) 



A DESI-ERATE stand. DUi5333. 
Lone Ranger, no. "457-1582. 



SEE The 



DESTINATION FREEDOM (Radio program) 
Scrii^ts in this series are by Richard Dur- 
ham. © Richard Durham. 

June '.7, 194<;. The knock-kneed man, the 
story of Crispus Attacks. © 27Jun48; 
DPi5554. 

July 4, 1948. Railway to freedom, the story 
of Harriet Tubman. © 4Jul48; DP15555. 

D^TECIIVE story. DU'3yi£. SEE 
Kingsley, Sidney S. 

DETENTION. DU17iil. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 470. 

DKTEFMINATICN and maintenance of stand- 
ards. C3105. SEE Westinghouse Electric 
Cor) oration. Basic principles of wage 
incentives, no. 2. 



LES DEUX billets. SEE Florian, Jean 
Pierre Claris de. Letter and lottery. 
DUX 5 8 34. 

DE VALLY, Antoine. 
The great adventure. DU16651. SEE 
Reymond, Dalton Shaffer. 

DEVELOPMENT of cargo aircraft. Cr;953. 
SEE Marvin, Langdon Parker. 

DEVIL on the hearth. DUi74o6. SEE 
Adkins, John Franklin. 

THE DEVIL to pay. DU16401. SEE Strum, 
Maurice. 



THE DEVIL S son. DU1S847. 
James Fulton. 



SEE j^and, 



DEVLIN, WILLIAM EDV/ARD. 
Next time for keeps, a Christmas narrative 

for radio. © William Edward Devlin, Jr.; 

Ic 27Aug4C; DUl 3087. 
Weather ahead, a one-act play. © William 

Edward Devlin, Jr.; Ic ?Aug48; Dm5840. 

DeVOE, JOHN V/LLLIAM. 

First lady. [Continuity] 43 leaves. © John 
William DeVoe; Ic 8Jul48; DU15409. 

Top of the world. [Motion picture sce- 
nario] 47 leaves. © John V/. DeVoe; ic 
9Aug48; DU15897. 

DEWANE, William A. 
The lady, or the tiger? DU1G585. SEE 

Warshaw, Marguerite Felber. 
Rip Van V/inkle. DUxj6.'j4. SEE Warshaw, 
Marguerite Felber. 

DE WOLFE, Henry. 
Where the Sabia sings. DUi7575. SEE 
Harrigan, F obert. 



LE DIABLE boiteux. 
Guitry, Sacha. 



DUi7435. SEE 



DIAMOND, RICirAFX). 
Here's the bright side, by Richard Diamond 
and Perry Bruskin. [A screen script] 
© Richard Diamond; Ic 23Nov43; DU17283. 

THE DIAMOND lens. DU18870. SEE 
Favorite Story, March 30, 1348. 

THE DIAMOND NECKLACE. Marshall Grant- 
Realm Television troductions. No. 701. 
Screenplay by Stanley Fubin and Louis 
Lantz. Based on a story of the same title 
by Guy de f.laupassant. © Realm Television 
Productions, inc.; Ic 3Nov48; DU17043. 

DIANA'S secret. DU15535. SEE Hausman, 
Leon. 

DIANE'S diary. DU17785. SEE Derby, 
Elizabeth Dietrich. 

DIAS, EARL J. 
A lesson from Luke, a Christmas play in 
one act. Evanston, III., Row, Peterson, 
cl94S. 22 p. illus. © Row, Peterson & 
Co.; 16Ser/48; DP13530. 

DI BENEDETTO, ANNIBALE. 
I am a fugitive from Sicily. [Screenplay] 
129 leaves. © Annibale di Benedetto; 
Ic 25Aug48; DU16255. 

DICKENS, Charles. 
A Christmas carol. SEE 

Gross, Raymond. DUi7406. 

Whipple, Enez Mary. Dickens' Christmas 
carol. C3j53. 
Great expectations. SEE 

Braun, 'Vilbur. DP16663. 

Johnson, Marian Louise. DP16862. 
The magic fishbone. DU165^1. SEE 

McFadden, Dorothy L. 

DICKENS' Christmas carol. C3153. SEE 
Whipple, Enez T/Iary. 



DICKINSON, Hugh. 
Shoe the wild mare. DU17210. 
Dickinson, Marjorie. 



SEE 



DICKINSON, MARJOPIE. 
Shoe the wild mare, a play in three acts 
by T/larjorie and Hugh Dickinson. From 
the novel, "Long week end," by Harlow 
Estes. © Marjorie Dickinson, Hugh 
Dickinson; Ic iONov48; DUl 7210. 

DIETZ, J. ROBERT. 
Dismas did it, a comedy in one act. 
© J. Robert Dietz; Ic 14Dec48; DU1755G. 

DILLON, CATHERINE B. 
Women from New Orleans history, a 
tableau of living portraits. 29 leaves. 
© Catherine B. Dillon; Ic 250ct48; 
DUl 7200. 

DILLON, ROBERT. 
Opinions please, a sample script for 
radio and television. © Robert Dillon; 
Ic 2Dec43; DUi734S. 

DINNER for one. DU15436. SEE Wylie, 
Lauri. 

DINWOODIE, Hepburn. SEE Dinwoodie, 
Nina Hepburn. 

DINWOODIE, NINA HEPBURN. 
Procedures differ so; or. The mask of 
death. A play in one act by Hepburn 
Dinwoodie. E- Nina Hepburn Dinwoodie; 
Ic 15Nov48; DUl 71 78. 

DIPAUL PRODUCTIONS. 
Meet tlie songwriters, a television script, 
by Paul Rosen, Dirk Content, and Earl 
Doud. •£) Dipaul Productions; Ic 
17Nov48; DU1755i. 

DIRECTESIG truck sales. 02881. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

DISHPAN rapsody! DUlo423. SEE Wendell, 
Winifred Lee. 

DISK detectives. DU1725S. SEE Cross, 
James Schooley. 

DISMAS did it. DUl 7556. SEE Dietz, 
J. Robert. 

DISPLACED persons. DP17019. SEE 
Bloom, Ursula. 

DITWILER, DALE DE VERB. 
Knight so errant, a comedy in three acts. 
© Dale de Vere Ditwiler; Ic 12Aug48; 
on revisions; DU16207. Prev. reg. 
24Feb48; D13100. 

THE DIVINE Sarah. DUl 7292. SEE Steck, 
Helen Jackson. 

DIXIE Belle minstrel. DU10607. SEE - 
Scheffler, Lida Caston. 

DO it in French. DUl 7672. SEE Berryhill, 
Elizabeth Guest. 

DO unto others. DP16504. SEE McKigney, 
WiUiam. 

DOBRANS, SAMUEL WILBUR. 
Let's see, a dramatic composition in one 
adt. © Samuel W. Dobrans; Ic 27Sep48; 
DU16767. 

DP. ATOM (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Otis Emerson 
Dunham. © Otis E. Dunham. 

3. Dr. Atom and Otis disarm two opposing 
armies and stop war. © Ic 6Jul48; 
DU15494. 

4. Dr. Atom and Otis dig another interocean 
canal using atomic energy. © Ic 9Jul48; 
DU15529. 

5. Dr. Atom and Otis save foreign shipment 
of gold by atomic energy. © Ic 9Jul48; 
DU15530. 



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6. Dr. Atom and Otis equip automobiles 
with atomic power. © Ic 13Jul48; 
DU15575. 

7. Dr. Atom and Otis recover treasure 
from the sea by atomic energy. © Ic 
13Jul48; DU15576. 

8. Dr. Atom and Otis alter all explosives 
and bomb materials to prevent war. 

© Ic 16Jul48; DU15615. 

9. Dr. Atom and Otis overcome train 
robbers by atomic energy. © Ic 16Jul48; 
DU15614. 

10. Dr. Atom and Otis supply the world 
with an atomic appliance. © Ic 13Jul48; 
DU15577. 

11. Dr. Atom and Otis find diamonds by 
atomic energy. © Ic 13Jul48; DU15578. 

DR. CHRISTIAN (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc. 

495. May 19, 1948. Dr. Christian Award 
winners for 1948. © Ic 19Jul48; DU15638. 

496. May 26, 1948. The little boy laughed. 
© Ic 19Jul48; DU15639. 

497. June 2, 1948. S & H, inc. © Ic 
19Jul48; DU15640. 

498. June 9, 1948. Call in the night. © Ic 
19JU148; DU15641. 

499. June 16, 1948. Love's young dream. 
© Ic 19Jul48; DU15642. 

500. June 23, 1948. Compensation. © Ic 
19Jul48; DU15643. 

501. June 30, 1948. My decision. © Ic 
180ct48; DU16744. 

502. July 7, 1948. Often a bridesmaid. 
© Ic 180ct48; DU16745. 

503. July 21, 1948. Double double-cross. 
© Ic 180ct48; DU16746. 

504. July 28, 1948. Big brother. © Ic 
180ct48; DU16747. 

505. Aug. 4, 1948. Fresh as a daisy. 
© Ic 180ct48; DU16748. 

506. Aug. 11, 1948. Taylor-made dreams. 
© Ic 180ct48; DU16749. 

507. Aug. 18, 1948. The other mother. 
© Ic 180ct48; DU16750. 

508. Aug. 25, 1948. Night time. © Ic 
180ct48; DU16731. 

509. Sept. 1, 1948. Long years of remem- 
bering. © Ic 180ct48; DU16732. 

510. Sept. 8, 1948. Where angels fearto 
tread. © Ic 180ct48; DU16733. 

511. Sept. 15, 1948. Like father, like son. 
© Ic 180ct48; DU16734. 

512. Sept. 22, 1948. The lost vision. © Ic 
180ct48; DU16735. 

513. Sept. 29, 1948. Stranger in our house. 
© Ic 180ct48; DU16736. 

514. Oct. 6, 1948. Father by proxy. © Ic 
180ct48; DU16737, 

515. Oct. 13, 1948. Moon madness. © Ic 
lNov48; DU17O03. 

516. Oct. 20, 1948. The Lord's prayer. 
© Ic lNov48; DU17002. 

517. Oct. 27, 1948, Confidence regained. 
© Ic lNov48; DU17001. 

518. Nov. 3, 1948. Home town. © Ic 
lNov48; DU17000. 

519. Nov. 10, 1948, Two Is a crowd. © Ic 
lNov48; DU16999. 

520. Nov. 17, 1948, Cactus Joe. © Ic 
10Nov48; DU17121, 

521. Nov. 24, 1948, The re-education of 
Bill Benton. © Ic 10Nov48; DU17122. 

522. Dec, 1, 1948, The man who talked, 
© Ic 24Nov48; DU17277. 

523. Dec. 8, 1948. He that is great. © Ic 
2Dec48; DU17338. 

524. Dec, 15, 1948. A child Is born. © Ic 
2Dec48; DU17339. 

525. Dec, 22, 1948, Listen, the bells are 
ringing. © Ic 8Dec48; DU17460. 

526. Dec. 29, 1948. Shirt baby. © Ic 
17Dec48; DU17576. 

DR, Christian Award winners for 1948, 
DU15638, SEE Dr. Christian, no. 495. 

DR. HEIDEGGER'S EXPERIMENT, Marshall 
Grant-Realm Television Productions. 
No. 704. Screenplay by Charles Haas, 
Based on the story of the same title by 



Nathaniel Hawthorne, ® Realm Television 
Productions, inc.; Ic 3Nov48; DU17040. 

DR. Heidegger's experiment, DU16869, 
SEE ALSO Favorite Story, March 18, 1947, 

DR. L Q. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C. Grant. 
© Grant Advertising, inc. 

June 28, 1948. © Ic ljul48; C2773. 
July 5, 1948. © Ic 8Jul48; C2793. 
July 12, 1948. © Ic 15Jul48; C2799. 
July 19, 1948. © Ic 22Jul48; C2808. 
July 26, 1948. © Ic 29Jul48; C2820, 
Aug. 2, 1948. © Ic 6Aug48; C2837. 
Aug. 9, 1948. © Ic 13Aug48; C2858. 
Aug. 16, 1948. © Ic 20Aug48; C2868. 
Aug. 23, 1948. © Ic 30Aug48; C2920, 
Aug, 30, 1948, © Ic 3Sep48; C2930. 
Sept. 6, 1948. © Ic 10Sep48; C2939. 
Sept. 13, 1948. © Ic 20Sep48; C2949. 
Sept. 20, 1948, © Ic 24Sep48; C2975, 
Sept, 27, 1948, © Ic 30Sep48; C2987. 
Oct, 4, 1948. © Ic 110ct48; C3006, 
Oct, 11, 1948. © Ic 180ct48; C3018. 
Oct, 18, 1948, © Ic 250ct48; C3029. 
Oct, 25, 1948, © Ic 280ct48; C3034. 
Nov. 1, 1948. © Ic 4Nov48; C3059. 
Nov. 8, 1948. © Ic 12Nov48; C3076, 
Nov, 15, 1948, © Ic 18N0V48; C3100, 
Nov. 22, 1948, © Ic 26Nov48; C3134, 
Nov. 29, 1948. © Ic 3Dec48; C3156, 
Dec. 6, 1948. © Ic 10Dec48; C3181. 
Dec, 13, 1948. © Ic 17Dec48; C3195. 
Dec. 20, 1948, © Ic 24Dec48; C3197, 

DR, L Q, JUNIOR SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C, Grant, 
© Grant Advertising, inc. 



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28H. 
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30H, 
31H, 
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June 26, 1948, 
July 3, 1948, 
July 10, 1948. 
July 17, 1948. 
July 24, 1948, 
July 31, 1948, 
Aug, 7, 1948. 
Aug. 14, 1948 
Aug, 21, 1948 
Aug. 28, 1948, 
Oct. 2, 1948, 
Oct, 9, 1948, 
Oct. 16, 1948. 
Oct. 23, 1948. 
Oct, 30, 1948. 
Nov. 6, 1948, 



© Ic ljul48; C2772, 

© Ic 8Jul48; C2794, 
© Ic 14Jul48; C2797, 
© Ic 21Jul48; C2806, 
© Ic 28Jul48; C2819, 
© Ic 4Aug48; C2835. 
© Ic llAug48; C2847. 

. © Ic 18Aug48; C2865. 

. © Ic 25Aug48; C2904. 

, © Ic lSep48; C2922. 

© Ic 80ct48; C3005. 

© Ic 130ct48; C3010, 

© Ic 220ct48; C3025, 

© Ic 270ct48; C3032. 

© Ic 3Nov48; C3051. 

© Ic 12Nov48; C3078. 



DODD, JEANNETTE BETTS, 
Americanism in the public (and private) 
school; Ameri